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A Passage from India - Seven Painters in London

by  Bruce James

To a western mind, mention of Indian art will immediately evoke images of sensuous line, ornamental flat colour and a use of erotic imagery; these are all part of a tradition formed over 3,000 years, acting as facile reminders of a heritage within which the contemporary Indian painter is still expected

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