Families of artists pass sketchbooks onto the next generation in the town of Nathadwara, Rajasthan, India. Artists’ notes fill the books with drawings on both sides of one sheet of paper and overlap with ideas. Sons and daughters work in the family workshop to learn painting skills from family members. The finished paintings depict scenes from the life of Krishna.
Pencil, gouache, and ink.
Artists: From Nathadwara a small town in India.
See the book, The Artists of Nathadwara: The practice of painting in Rajasthan, Trina Lyons, (google preview).
See more sketches at Art Found Out blog.