The building of the High Court is an exquisite example of Indo-Saracenic style of architecture, was built in 1892 with the design prepared by J.W. Brassington and later under the guidance of the famed architect Henry Irwin, who completed it with the assistance of J.H. Stephens.
The High Court building was damaged in the shelling of Madras by S.M.S. Emden on 22 September 1914, at the beginning of the First World War.
It remains one of the very few Indian buildings to have been damaged by a German attack. The painted ceilings and the stained glass doors are masterpieces in themselves.
Sold exclusively through Law Suits and More as a part of our new Courtship Collection!
Anchal’s art, “her use of colours leaves you feeling invigorated” as one of her clients puts it. Her work has been exhibited at the Dubai International Art Show, the Indian Art Festival and more. We’re delighted to have her work on the “Courtship Series” featuring High courts around the country.
|Dimensions (In Inches) :||8" x 10"|
|Medium/Material :||Pen & Ink with acrylic wash on cartridge sheet|
|Framing Suggestions :||A white mount of 2"-4" and a thick black/brown wooden frame|
|Artist/Brand :||Anchal Agarwal Bansal|