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Craft Design

by  Bireshwar Sen

Published in Rooplekha, No.1, 1929, pp. 18-24

Paradoxical as it may seem, the new movement in Indian painting owes its inspiration to the old. During the first decade of the present century, attention of the connoisseurs was drawn by Mr. E. B. Havell, A. R. C. A., the then Principal of the Government

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Essentials of art

by  Bireshwar Sen

Art is the neglected Cinderella of our Universities and artists, as a class, rank very low on the rungs of our social ladder. From time immemorial they have been un-appreciated, unhonoured and unsung in our own country, so much so that Kautilya in his Arthashastra classifies them with pimps and

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Main Currents of Modern Indian Art

by  Bireshwar Sen

The works of Gogonendranath Tagore, the elder brother of Abanindranath have not received the just recognition that they deserve. Like his gifted brother he has also been influenced by various forces at one time of his life or another, though these influences were for the most part ephemeral. The dashing

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