The Great Crisis: From “Traditional” to Modern Indian Art

by  Herman Goetz

Since the late 18th century ‘traditional’ Indian art, whether Mughal or Rajput, Bengali-Oriya or South Indian, steadily degenerated and was superseded by a transition period experimenting with ‘improvements’ of the inherited style, by means of new foreign techniques; respectively with an

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