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Chugtai’s Paintings: Introduction

by  Razia Siraj-ud-Din

Oriental art has always been a prey to unjust criticism. The Western critics who are in the safe and reliable position of being the third disinterested party, gaze at it and pronounce their judgment not only with a lack of appreciation but with a positive note of disapproval. The more generous ones

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