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Reminiscences of Taikan

by  Abanindranath Tagore

On his last visit to India, Okakura promised to send one or two artists from Japan to see India and to paint their own pictures, so that Indian artists might watch them actually at work. In that way, he thought both the parties would be benefited. The two artists he sent on his return home to Japan

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Rabindranath and Modern Indian Art

by  Abanindranath Tagore

It is commonly believed that Mr. Havell, the Principal of the Government school of Art, made the first move towards revival of Indian art. My feelings for Mr. Havell are like those for a guru, yet I shall unhesitatingly say that he did not start the move, for I know how the whole thing developed.

The

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