Divine Visions, Earthly Pleasures: 500 Years of Indian Painting – Additional Tour Added!

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Surajamala-ji, Son of Rao Nirandasa, India, Rajasthan, Devgarh, c. 1820; ink, gouache, and gold on paper; 21 1/4 x 8 5/16 in.; University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive; gift of Jean and Francis Marshall.

Divine Visions, Earthly Pleasures: 500 Years of Indian Painting – Additional Tour Added!

Instructor: 
Robert J. Del Bontà
When: 
July 13, 2017
Time: 
2:00 pm
Place: 
Berkeley Art Museum
Fee: 
$30 members, includes lunch. Society members only. Members on the 11:00 am tour waitlist will receive priority

Due to overwhelming response, we are offering a second tour of this exhibition guest-curated by Indian painting scholar and SAA Advisor Robert Del Bontà.

This exhibition at BAMPFA in Berkeley consists of more than 60 exquisite miniature paintings and drawings from BAMPFA's permanent collection, and explores the full range of Indian painting traditions, from the early 15th to the 20th centuries. This exhibition showcases disparate styles and trends.

This second tour will start in the afternoon, after lunch at Great China Restaurant in Berkeley.