Sociology of Indian art
Rawat Publications, 1985 - 172 pagine
This Book Is Based On The Field Enquiry In The Life And Works Of 41 Elite Artists In India, Art Galleries, Art Connoisseurs, Critics And Dealers And Art Public. Nmber Of Illustrations In B&W, Condition Good.
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aesthetic Amrita Shergil analysed Andhra Pradesh Armoury show art critics art galleries art in India art public art schools artist in India attitude award winning artists become an artist belong Bombay buyers centres collectors colours commercial galleries contemporary court craftsman create creation creative creator culture dealers decoration Delhi economic elite art elite artists encouraged established expression forms friends group of artists Indian art Indian artists individual influence inspiration institution of art intellectual interested in art Jamini Roy Jehangir Art Gallery Kerala king Kishangarh Kitsch Lalit Kala Academy large number live modern art Mughal Nandlal Bose national exhibitions organised painters painting parents patronage patrons period poet Raja Ravi Verma Rajasthan recognition religious role sculptors serious art Shantiniketan social society sociology of art status style symbols Tantric taste teachers techniques themes traditional trend Triennale types values village visitors women young artists