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Sandeep Joshi
In art historical studies, patronage can be understood as the social relations of art production and consumption on the part of the artist and the person or an institution for whom or by the help of whom the work is done. A study of art patronage under Maharaja Sayajirao III of Baroda in a social…
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M.D. Muthukumaraswamy
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M.D. Muthukumaraswamy
M.Natesh (b.1960) is a polymath of an artist with a prodigious output of paintings and drawings. Additionally, he works as a theatre director, lighting designer for dance and theatre, installation artist, and an actor trainer. Discovered to be a child prodigy by his parents (his father is the Tamil…
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Late Shri Vijaynath Shenoy
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Prof M.D. Muthukumaraswamy
    Figure 1: 'Echo'; 2' x 2'; mixed media on paper; 1986   C. Douglas (b.1951) is the rarest of the rare Indian modernist artists who can capture his emotions in lines, colours, abstractions, and figurative allegories. Writing about Douglas’ early works, art critic Josef James records that…
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