Sree Chitra Art Gallery is an art gallery in Thiruvananthapuram, India, built up in 1935. It is situated towards the northern side of the Napier Museum. It was introduced by Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma. The exhibition includes a one of a kind gathering of conventional and contemporary depictions, including crafted by Raja Ravi Varma, Nicholas Roerich, Svetoslav Roerich, Jamini Roy, Rabindranath Tagore, V. S. Valiathan, C. Raja Varma, and K. C. S. Paniker. There are roughly 1100 artworks at the exhibition.
The art gallery has on display works from the Mughal, Rajput, Bengal, Rajastani, and Tanjore schools of art. It likewise has an oriental gathering of Chinese, Japanese, and Balinese works of art, Tibetan Thangka, and extraordinary accumulations of Indian wall painting artistic creations from pre-notable occasions. Different things of intrigue incorporate miniatures from various pieces of the world, generations of wall paintings of Ajanta, Bagh, Sigiriya, and Sittannavasal, and original copies of chronicled significance. The display houses 400-year-old Tanjore smaller than expected works of art.