Nainsukh L Sharma (1906 – 2001), hailing from Nathdwara, specialized in Indian traditional paintings in Pichhwai and idol miniature work on paper and canvas. His artscape includes oil paintings, embossed and glass work, amongst others. He designed the Glass Temple (Sheesh Mahal) at the Itwaria Bajar in Indore, and at the Jain Temple. The idols designed by him can also be seen at Lal Bagh, Chitrakoot, Talio Ka Talab, and at Ganesh Takri in Nathdwara. The artist, who is credited with training several artists practicing the style across Rajasthan and in other parts of India today, received numerous felicitations for his work, including the Maharana Sajjan Singh and Maharana Foundation awards. He is amongst the most extensively exhibited and published Rajasthani artists.