Famous Painter Raja Ravi Verma belonged to the Court of

  1. Mysore
  2. Travancore
  3. Coorg
  4. Cooch Behar
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    Travancore

    Famous painter Raja Ravi Verma (29 April 1848 – 5 October 1906) belonged to the court of Travancore. His work represented a turning point in Indian painting. He was born into the princely state of Travancore, Kerala and began drawing on the palace walls.

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    Ravi verma talent was first discovered on the walls of his family home. Around age 7, Varma began drawing animals and scenes of daily life on the walls of kilimanoor palace with charcoal. During an eight year time span, Varma painted portraits of many members of the India aristocracy as well as British officials. Raja Ram was the first artist whose work was available to the mass market, including “ordinary people” and not just the rich. Determined to bring “real art” to millions of Indians, Varma decided to mass reproduce his works.

    Notable Works of Raja Ravi Varma, Given below is a comprehensive list of the prominent works of Raja Ravi Varma:

    • A Family of Beggars
    •  A Lady Playing Swarbat
    •  Arjuna and Subhadra
    •  Damayanti Talking to a Swan
    •  Draupadi Dreading to Meet Kichaka
    •  Girl in Sage Kanwa’s Hermitage (Rishi-Kanya)
    •  Jatayu (a bird devotee of Lord Rama is mauled by Rawana)
    •  Lady Giving Alms at the Temple
    •  Lady Lost in Thought
    •  Lady with Fruit
    •  Lord Krishna as Ambassador
    •  Lord Rama Conquers Varuna
    •  Nair Woman
    •  Romancing Couple
    •  Shakuntala
    •  Shakuntala Composing a Love Letter to King Dushyanta
    •  Shantanu and Matsyagandha
    •  Swarbat Player
    •  The Heartbroken
    •  The Orchestra
    •  Victory of Indrajit
    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 9th June 2015.
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