A History of Indian Painting: The Modern Period
Abhinav Publications, 1994 - 330 من الصفحات
Uring the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the history of india passed under a heavily shadowed phase. We shall leave it to the historian to research the detailed reasons why India allowed herself to be increasingly dominated by alliens from afar not only in the political but the cultural spheres to . But the basic reason must have been the serious weakening of the ethos of the people, the exhaustion of its creative elan when one wave in the rhythmic progression of history has reached its crest and hte parabola began to decents, developing an increasing momentum.
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ONE A TWILIT LANDSCAPE
The Later Rajput
The Maratha Epoch
FOUR REVIVALIST PAINTING
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A Vision and
Abanindranath Abhinav abstract aesthetic Ajanta Amrita Shergil become Bengal Bombay Calcutta calligraphic century colour composition contemporary contour created creative culture decorative deity Delhi depiction drawing emerged episodes epoch European exhibition figures flowers Gaganendranath Gallery Gita Havell Hindu History of Indian human icon illustrations India Indian art Indian Painting Indian tradition instance Jamini Roy Kalamkari Kalighat Kalighat painting Kangra Krishna Krishna Chaitanya Lalit Kala Akademi landscape later legend light lines M.F. Husain Madhubani painting manner miniature modern Moghul murals Mysore myth Nandalal Nandalal Bose narration Pahari painters palette patronage phase Photo Courtesy Pichhavais pictorial idiom poetry popular portraits Punjab Rabindranath Rabindranath Tagore Rajasthan Rajput Ranjit Singh Ravi Varma realised representation rhythm rulers Santiniketan scene School seems seen Sikh Siva social story style surface symbol Tagore Tanjore painting Tantra Tantric technique tempera temple themes trees visage visual watercolour western women