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Painting by Ramesh Jhawar

Ramesh Jhawar (b.1978) is a full-time artist based in Bangalore, India and his preferred choice of medium is watercolor. Over the years, he has developed his skills in this challenging medium and has earned a name at both the national and international level. Ramesh’s paintings are realistic and most depictions of everyday life combined with the element of strong light and shadows.

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