Art and Nationalism in Colonial India, 1850-1922: Occidental Orientations
Cambridge University Press, 1994 - 475 стор.
Partha Mitter's book is a pioneering study of the history of modern art on the Indian subcontinent from 1850 to 1922. The author tells the story of Indian art during the Raj, set against the interplay of colonialism and nationalism. The work addresses the tensions and contradictions that attended the advent of European naturalism in India, as part of the imperial design for the westernisation of the elite, and traces the artistic evolution from unquestioning westernisation to the construction of Hindu national identity. Through a wide range of literary and pictorial sources, Art and Nationalism in Colonial India balances the study of colonial cultural institutions and networks with the ideologies of the nationalist and intellectual movements which followed. The result is a book of immense significance, both in the context of South Asian history and in the wider context of art history.
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Art education and Rajpatronage
Salon artists and the rise of the Indian public
The power of the printed image
Bengali patriots and art for the nation
How the past was salvaged by swadeshi artists
Abanindranath Tagore academic art Ajanta ancient architecture art school artisans Asit Haldar Bagal Balendranath Baroda Basantak beauty Bengal Renaissance Bengal School bhadralok Bhārater Bhārati bhāva Birdwood Bombay Art Society British Calcutta Calcutta Art Studio cartoons century Chughtai Classical colonial colours Coomaraswamy critics cultural decorative Delhi Dhurandhar dranath drawing early English European art exhibition figure Gangoly Ghosh Griffiths Gupta Havell Havell's Hindu ideal Indian art Indian artists Indian Charivari Indian painting inspired Jamini Japanese Kalighat Krsna Lakshman Sen literary London Madras magazine Mhatre miniatures Modern Review movement Mughal Museum Muslim Nandalal Bose nationalist naturalism Nivedita Okakura oriental art orientalists painter picture political portrait Prabási prints Rabindranath Raja Ravi Varma Renaissance revival Rothenstein salon Samajpati Sarkar sculpture Shah Jahan Shilpa Simla sketches spiritual style suadeshi Sukumar Sukumar Ray Taikan taste Temple traditional Victorian watercolour West western art westernisation
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