Naam Art Gallery Mcleodganj (India)
Naam Art Gallery is a popular tourist spot in McLeodganj city near Dharamshala. It displays paintings and exhibitions featuring works of painters Elsbeth Buschmann and AW Hallett. Elsbeth Buschmann is a professional painter from Germany, having studied painting in London and Paris. This is a great place for art lovers, located about 32 kilometers away from the town. The gallery was opened by Elizabeth Buschmann from Germany, and displays paintings by her as well as A.W. Hallett, an English painter. While Buschmann uses watercolors and acrylics, Hallett’s works are made using oil paints. Hallett died in 1986, and a large number of his are owned by the Himachal Pradesh Government.
One can spend some relaxed and enjoyable time here, looking around at a number of works as well spiritual artworks. Those interested in collecting art can buy some prints available here at a price of INR 400.
Best Time To Visit
The art gallery is open on all days from morning 10 to 7 in the evening. So you can have a visit at these times and enjoy the artwork displayed here.
Open and Closing Time
Visiting Time: All days of the week except Monday- 10:00AM-7: 00 PM
Suggested duration: 2-3 hrs
Entry Fee Entry Fee: INR 10 per person
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Interesting facts about Naam Art Gallery
Naam art gallery is the best place for everyone who loves art and appreciates it. The gallery has a huge collection of paintings by Elizabeth Buschmann who belongs to Germany, who is also the founder of the gallery. It also has paintings from A.W. Hallett, who is an English painter. The major highlights of the gallery are of course the beautiful paintings hung on its wall. More than that, if you like a painting, you can buy it for yourself, this is a great way to show appreciation to someone's art. While Buschmann uses watercolours and acrylics, Hallett’s works are made using oil paints. Hallett died in 1986, and a large number of his are owned by the Himachal Pradesh Government. You can also buy paintings here or even order them online if you like.