Reflections on the Art of Ram Kinkar

by  Pranab Ranjan Ray

It was 1941 and the place was Santiniketan-the bastion of the little understood but much maligned and evidently the so-called Bengal Revivalist School-a curious art object in glossy green cement came into existence to remain in full-view of everyone for times to come. Nobody in India had ever seen

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