Modern Indian Painting

by  B C Sanyal

First published in Panorama of Indian Painting, 1968.

In the long past, the geographical position of the Indian sub- continent was naturally inducive to cultural isolation and insularity. This brought about a certain inbreeding of artistic idealism. But the gifted Indian people

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Art education: its relevance to contemporary art

by  B C Sanyal

Published in Roopa Lekha, Vol 53, 1982, p. 60-69

From the early nineteenth century onward the British raj felt it necessary to establish institutions in India in the presidency towns for teaching the youth of the country minor arts and crafts based on scientific methods. The objective was limited

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