Motorbikes and lumbering cows, intricate arches and lake reflections, tangled cables, watchful locals, the flash of colour against earth tones — Will Taylor SGFA tries his hand at capturing the look and feel of India.
“In February 2014 I set off on a painting trip to Rajasthan, India organised by James Horton, President of the Royal Society of British Artists, together with eight other artists. I was excited, but didn’t know what to expect. We were all from different backgrounds, and for me it would be a crash course in plein air oil painting. Amongst other places, we visited Udaipur, Dungapur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur, and I returned home bearing sketchbooks filled with pencil, pen and wash and watercolour sketches, as well as oil paintings on board and about a thousand reference photographs.
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