Christiana Herringham’s ‘Passage to India’
In 1906, Herringham travelled to India for the first time. She returned twice over the next five years, creating copies of the ancient frescoes at the Ajanta Caves. Working in collaboration with Indian artists, she sought to publicise Indian art and preserve the country’s heritage. Learn more about Herringham’s time in India and see the sketches, paintings and photographs she made of the country and its people.
Admission free but booking is essential.
Udaipur Island Palace by Christiana Herringham, c 1906/07