Zulfiqar Ali Zulfi

(B. 01.03.1963)
  Design graduate from National College of Arts, Lahore, 1989. Participated in a number of group exhibitions in Pakistan and abroad. At present Assistant Director Alhamra Art Gallery, Lahore. His work figures in the following collections: Governor House, Punjab Assembly, Administrative Staff College, National Institute of Public Administration, American Consulate, Lahore; Governor House, Nathia Gali; National Art Gallery, Islamabad; President House, Turkey.
 
Inside Lohari Gate, 1993
Life here is all wrapped up in the timeless confines of the ancient town.
 
 
Fort Wall, 1996 (Side View)
Akbar the Great gave the city its frist brick protective wall and over the centuries Lahore's diverse phases have added to , or taken away from it.  
 
Old City Street, 1993
Life here is all wrapped up in the timeless confines of the ancient town
 
 
Government House, 1991
Built around the tomb of Muhammad Qasim Khan, a cousin of Emperor Akbar and patron of wrestlers, the Government House was added to by subsequent residents. The original tomb chamber was incorporated into the main dining room while other wings were added later. John Lockwood Kipling and his talented student, Bhai Tam Singh, designed and executed an interior and several furniture pieces.

 
 

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