Past Works 2010-2013

During this phase Hada studied Amber fort and made many paintings. It included architecture, people and elephants in today's time. The series was exhibited in Jaipur, Delhi, Mumbai and Bahrain and widely appreciated. The series included more than 25 paintings and it is one of the biggest work on a single historical monument by any artist.

Tuskers on the ramp

Tuskers on the ramp

Size 66x 45 inches. Tourists flock the famous Amber fort of Jaipur, many riding on Elephants for the first time in life. An experience of Royalty in one of the hottest cities in India. Paintings depicts the experience in excruciating details, the folds and paling of Elephant's skin. The firm footed Elephant and off balance tourists on its back give a sense of movement. The effect of strong sunlight, on humans and on the architecture.

The mighty Amber

The mighty Amber

Size 66 x 45 inches A humbling view of the royal and monumental Amber fort of Jaipur in its full glory with Jaigarh in backdrop.

Sheesh mahal

Sheesh mahal

Size 32x42 inches. The palace of mirrors is one the main attraction in Amber palace. The painting captures the beauty from outside in magnificent realness on a hot summer day. Things to note are a villager and tourist couple.

Bright morning vista of Amber Fort.

Bright morning vista of Amber Fort.

Size 72 x 42 inches. Famous Amber fort of Jaipur from a unique perspective bathed in morning rays, set amid the lush green Aravali ranges.

A walk till surajpol

A walk till surajpol

Size 24x32 inches. Suraj Pol(Sun Gate) is the entrance to the premises main of Amber fort. Suraj Pol welcomes Elephant riders after a long walk on its steep ramparts.

Chhatris of Maansingh mahal

Chhatris of Maansingh mahal

Size 31x42 inches. The decaying walls and arches of Amber fort, Maan Singh Mahal which has once abode of rulers of Jaipur, now just a time trodden memory of its regal past.

In the lap of Aravali

In the lap of Aravali

Size 66x45 inches A unique perspective of Amber fort which is seldom captured. It also brings the entire fort in one frame depicting the different levels giving an idea of grandness.