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  • Author:
    Partha Mitter
  • ISBN:
    0226532399
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    978-0226532394
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    University of Chicago Press; First Edition, Thus edition (August 1, 1992)
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    376 pages
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Partha Mitter is Emeritus Professor of art history at University of Sussex, England; a member of Wolfson College, Oxford University; and past fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge University. He is the author of Art and Nationalism in Colonial India, 1850-1922 (1994), Indian Art (2001), and The Triumph of Modernism: Indian Artists and the Avant-garde, 1922-1947 (2007).

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In this fascinating study, Partha Mitter traces the history of European reactions to Indian art, from the earliest encounters of explorers with the exotic. East to the more sophisticated but still incomplete appreciations of the early twentieth century. Mitter's new Preface reflects upon the profound changes in Western interpretations of non-Western societies over the past fifteen years.