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Forgotten masters : Indian painting for the East India Company / William Dalrymple with Lucian Harris, Rosie Llewellyn-Jones. J. P. Losty, H. J. Noltie, Malini Roy, Yuthika Sharma and Andrew Topsfield.

Harris, Lucian (creator_code:wac_t)
Llewellyn-Jones, Rosie (creator_code:wac_t)
Alternativt namn: Jones, Rosie Llewellyn
Losty, Jeremiah P. (creator_code:wac_t)
Noltie, Henry J. (creator_code:wac_t)
Roy, Malini (creator_code:wac_t)
Sharma, Yuthika (creator_code:wac_t)
Topsfield, Andrew (creator_code:wac_t)
Bray, Xavier (förord)
Dalrymple, William (redaktör/utgivare)
Wallace Collection (London, England) (creator_code:his_t)
ISBN 9781781301012
Publicerad: London : Philip Wilson Publishers, [2020]
Engelska 192 pages
  • Bok
Innehållsförteckning Sammanfattning Ämnesord
  • Painting for the East India Company / William Dalrymple -- The master artists of Lucknow -- Painting in Lucknow 1775-1800 / Rosie Llewellyn-Jones -- The master artists of the Impey Album -- The natural history paintings of Shaikh Zain ud-Din, Bhawani Das and Ram Das / Andrew Topsfield -- The natural world -- Indian export art? The botanical paintings / H.J. Noltie -- The Bengali artist Haludar / Malini Roy -- Shaikh Muhammad Amir of Karraya and Yellapah of Vellore -- Bespoke: painting to order in 1830s Calcutta and Vellore / Lucian Harris -- The last mughal master artists of Delhi and Agra -- Ghulam Ali Khana nd the Delhi School of Painting / Yuthika Sharma -- Sita ram and the Hastings albums -- Sita Ram / J.P. Losty.
  • As the East India Company extended its sway across India in the late eighteenth century, many remarkable artworks were commissioned by Company officials from Indian painters who had previously worked for the Mughals. Published to coincide with the first UK exhibition of these masterworks at The Wallace Collection, this book celebrates the work of a series of extraordinary Indian artists, each with their own style and tastes and agency, all of whom worked for British patrons between the 1770s and the bloody end of the Mughal rule in 1857. Edited by writer and historian William Dalrymple, these hybrid paintings explore both the beauty of the Indian natural world and the social realities of the time in one hundred masterpieces, often of astonishing brilliance and originality. They shed light on a forgotten moment in Anglo-Indian history during which Indian artists responded to European influences while keeping intact their own artistic visions and styles. These artists represent the last phase of Indian artistic genius before the onset of the twin assaults - photography and the influence of western colonial art schools - ended an unbroken tradition of painting going back two thousand years. As these masterworks show, the greatest of these painters deserve to be remembered as among the most remarkable Indian artists of all time. Exhibition: The Wallace Collection, London, UK (04.12.2019-19.04.2020). 


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Watercolor painting  -- India -- 18th century -- History and criticism -- Exhibitions. (LCSH)
Art patronage  (LCSH)
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Watercolor painting  (LCSH)
Painting, Indic  (LCSH)
1700-talet  (sao)


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East India Company -- Art patronage -- Exhibitions.
East India Company

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