The Mewar school originated at the Court of Mewar in the early 17th century, where painters trained in the Mogul style, developed a style entirely their own. The faces and profiles were softer, architecture more developed as a subject or theme in itself, while the landscapes turned dreamy and diffuse.

To the Mewar school also belongs the Ragamala painting from the Udaipur region, featuring folklore scenes of song and dance illustrated with a few specific details in clear yellow, orange and red hues.

Large, pompous parades with horses and elephants are frequent motifs.

Fine Tribal & Modern Art Gallery