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- DescriptionMohan Samant (19242004), among the earliest of the post-Independence modern Indian artists to train in India and settle as a successful mature artist in the West, has been called one of the few artists who has successfully made the bridge between Eastern and Western traditions. Born in Mumbai, India, Samant received his diploma from the Sir JJ School of Art in 1952. That year he joined the Progressive Artists Group. Extended periods abroad195758 in Rome and travel in Europe and Egypt, 195964 in New York Citypreceded his leaving permanently for New York in 1968, where he lived until his death in 2004. This volume, the definitive work on the artist, presents a comprehensive overview of Samants life and work, and includes essays on his place in the development of modernism in post-Independence India, a chrological survey of the styles, techniques, and themes employed by the artist and analyses of the media and techniques he utilized.
- Author BiographyDr. Marcella Sirhandiis an art historian and curator. She is professor emerita, Oklahoma State University, and has published extensively on modern and contemporary South Asian art.Jeffrey Wechsler, former Senior Curator of the Zimmerli Art Museum, is the author of numerous publications, including Asian Traditions, Modern Expressions: Asian American Artists and Abstraction, 1945-1970.
- Author(s)Jeffrey Wechsler,Marcella Nesom Sirhandi,Ranjit Hoskote
- PublisherGrantha Corporation
- Date of Publication31/05/2013
- SubjectFine Arts / Art History
- Place of PublicationNew Jersey
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintGrantha Corporation
- Content Notecolour illus
- Weight3544 g
- Width247 mm
- Height302 mm
- Spine46 mm
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