No Longer Black & White: Making History Come Alive

Dimple Negi has filled colours in some of the most iconic pictures of famous people and events. 

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India
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Black and white frames often give allusion of a distant past. However, that wasn’t enough for Dimple Negi, a 24-year-old artist, who has been filling colours in some of the most iconic pictures of famous people and events.

In an attempt to make them come alive, the artist started a series in 2011 in which she colours vintage black and white pictures from the past.

Check out the video to see her work:

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Prince Charles in conversation with Indira Gandhi at a banquet. (Dimple Negi)
Prince Charles in conversation with Indira Gandhi at a banquet. (Dimple Negi)
A younger Mahatma Gandhi. (Photo: Dimple Negi)
A younger Mahatma Gandhi. (Photo: Dimple Negi)
Satyajit Ray chilling with Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa. (Photo: Dimple Negi)
Satyajit Ray chilling with Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa. (Photo: Dimple Negi)
Mahatma Gandhi with a friend in South Africa. (Photo: Dimple Negi)
Mahatma Gandhi with a friend in South Africa. (Photo: Dimple Negi)

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