In 1955, Denis Brihat made a long and difficult journey in northern India, which he considers to be the most important of his life. He devoted a year to realize the images dedicated to India, its temples, its sculptures. Ajantâ, Khajurâho, the golden temple of Amritsar, sacred places, the sources of the Ganges as well as a portrait of the Sikhs were among the assignments he also tried to honor for several publishers. Brihat went on board in Southampton. His boat crossed the Suez Canal before arriving in Bombay, 15 days later. In India, night and day, a story published […]
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