Painting Exhibition by Indian Painter Opens
On December 18, 2011, China’s first India "Brahma" culture charity painting exhibition was organized by India-China Friendship Association and Chan yoga at yoga flagship hall (Floor 24-25B, Jingtai Building, Jianguo Menwai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing). The exhibition exhibits the painting by Indian painter Mrs. Anjula Sharma， which will be kept on display for three months（entry free）. The exhibition was inaugurated by Charge d’Affairs of Indian Embassy in Beijing, H.E. Mr. Rahul Chhabra and Deputy Secretary-General Luan Yutao of India-China Frienship Association. Most of Mrs. Sharma’s works presented in this exhibition are realistic, semi-realistic images of Rajasthani tribal women in their ethnic costumes and jewellery, as seen in their day-to-day life. The language of the paintings is direct and simple.
Charge d’Affairs Mr. Rahul Chhabra delivering his speech during the launch of painting exhibition by Mrs. Anjula Sharma, held in Beijing-18 December 2011
Charge d’Affairs Mr. Rahul Chhabra and Smt. Kavita Chhabra during the launch of painting exhibition by Mrs. Anjula Sharma, held in Beijing-18 December 2011
Pictures of the Paintings