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Asian Arts

Selected Titles

Pattern and ornament in the arts of India/ Henry Wilson; 2011: Hayden stacks  NK 1476 .A1 W55 2011

The triumph of modernism : India's artists and the avant-garde, 1922-1947 / Partha Mitter; 2007  N7304 .M587 2007 

Modernism and the art of Muslim South Asia/ Iftikhar Dadi. 2010

 

Exhibitions

After Midnight:: Indian Modernism To Contemporary India 1947/1997 at the Queens Museum (March to June 2015)

 

Images and Videos

After Midnight: Modern and Contemporary Indian Art, 1947/1997 (11 Minutes) (2013). Video of the conference held before the exhibition at Queens Museum.

Wonder of the Age": Master Painters of India, 1100--1900 (1 hour 55 minutes) 2011

 

Museums and Galleries

South and Southeast Asian art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History--Asia from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This a series of thematic essays covering many aspects of Asian art.

Art Instuitute of Chicago Asia collection.

British Library

British Museum

The Cleveland Museum of Art.

Freer/Sackler: the Smithsonian's Museums of Asian Art

Harvard Art Museum.

Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Phoenix Art Museum, Asian Art

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