Art

Partition and the Historiography of Art in South Asia

Author(s): 
Aparna Megan Kumar
Publisher/Sponsor: 
University of California, Los Angeles
www.worldcat.org/title/1096378194

This dissertation investigates the impact of the partition of the Indian subcontinent in 1947 on the development of art, art institutions, and aesthetic discourse in India and Pakistan in the twentieth century. At the core of this study is the history of the Lahore Museum, whose collections of art and archaeology were divided between the emerging nations of India and Pakistan beginning in 1948.

Re Presenting The Nation An Analysis Of Narrative Strategies In Select Partition Novels

Chitra.S
University of Madras
2009

Ganesh Payne: A Painter of Eloquent Solitude

Pranabranjan Ray
MPAIN Publishing Pvt Ltd.
2017

Pioneer of modern art: The last train from Amritsar runs again after 16 years

Author(s): 
Hifza Jillani
Publisher/Sponsor: 
International New York Times
http://tribune.com.pk/story/702529/pioneer-of-modern-art-the-last-train-from-amritsar-runs-again-after-16-years/

The restoration of the famous paintings done by Bashir Mirza 16 years ago.

Partition: The Long Shadow

Urvashi Butalia (editor)
Zubaan/Penguin
2015

The Making of a new ‘Indian’ Art: Artists, Aesthetics and Nationalism in Bengal, c. 1850-1920

Thakurta, Tapati Guha
Cambridge University Press
2007

Patrons and Philistines: Arts and the State in British India

Sundar, Pushpa
Oxford
1995

Art and Nationalism in Colonial India, 1850-1922: Occidental Orientation

Mitter, Partha
Cambridge University Press
1995