Posted on 27-12-2021 by Admin
Kishangarh painting style (English: Kishangarh Painting) is an art form of Rajasthan. Kishan Singh, one of the sixteen sons of Jodhpur s Raja Udai Singh (16th), had laid its foundation in 1609 AD. After Kishan Singh, the art patron of this painting style, Sirismal (1615-1618 AD), Jagmal (1618-1629 AD) and Harisingh (1628-1643 AD) succeeded Kishangarh. These three were brothers. Some pictures of his time are available. After Harisingh, Raja Roop Singh, Mansingh, Raj Singh and their son Maharaja Sawant Singh (Nagridas) had a special contribution in the creation of the excellent form of Kishangarh painting style.
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