ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR OF LAKE PALACE, INDIA - ANDREW LOGAN 1994
Andrew Logan painted this original watercolour on 6th February 1994, when he visited Udaipur with his close friend Zandra Rhodes. He thought the Palace looked like a pristine sculpture in the middle of the lake, with the Aravali and Machla Magra hills as a perfect backdrop.
The Lake Palace is situated on Lake Pichola in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. It was originally named Jag Niwas and was built between 1743 and 1746 by Maharana Jagat Singh II, as a pleasure palace where he could reside with his ladies. It is now know as the Taj Lake Palace of Udaipur and has been restored as a luxury heritage hotel. It became world renowned when the James Bond film ‘Octopussy’ was filmed here.
The original painting has been created in watercolour on quality art paper with approximate dimensions of 14 x 10 inches, or 35.5 x 25.5 cm. It has been titled, signed and dated by Andrew Logan and is a certified original which should not be copied without Andrew Logan’s written permission. The landscape watercolour is mounted on art board and supplied without a mount. It will be securely packaged as a flat parcel and posted using tracked delivery.