The Bengal School of Painting, To-day

by  Nihar Ranjan Ray

Published in Journal of Indian Society of Oriental Art, Vol. 4 No. 2, 1936, pp. 126-129.

Indian art is only one aspect of the whole problem of our present cultural expression. It cannot be treated apart from our general problems of life and society.

The revival of Indian arts and crafts was

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Paintings of Rabindranath Tagore

by  Nihar Ranjan Ray

It is now well-known that Rabindranath Tagore took to drawing and painting at a very late stage of life and came to be recognised as a painter by his own right, with an originality of conception and execution that still defies objective analysis. Indeed from 1928 onwards, drawing and painting came to

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