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Archer7sessay on Rabindranath Tagore, "Art andthe Unconscious"in IndiaandModernArt. 31. R. Subramanyan, No. XD(, 1999, pp. 176. The tour de force of Abanindranath's work, the discussion of these "Arabian Nights" paintings also form the most substantive part and the high point of the author's art historical analysis in his new volume, PaintingsofAbonindranath Tagore. 32. , p. 155-157. 33. These were first published as an anthology by Calcutta University in 1941, followed by an expanded reprint edition by Rupa &Co.

In 1938, his brother and floor, where his art was a world unto itself, long-time inmate on the southern verandah, liberated from effort, fame and publicity. While GaganendranathTagore, died after nine years of around him exploded a variety of modernist art paralysis in 1941came Rabindranath'sdeath. The options and the Progressive art movements most cruel blow that came the next year was the of Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi and Madras, sale of their house on No. 5, Dwarakanath Tagore Abanindranath sat on this upper floor as a Lane, and his displacement to another residence, strangely anachronistic figure, the old man "Guptanibas" in the city's northern outskirts of turned into a ch~ld,modelling an array of odd- Baranagar.

The tour de force of Abanindranath's work, the discussion of these "Arabian Nights" paintings also form the most substantive part and the high point of the author's art historical analysis in his new volume, PaintingsofAbonindranath Tagore. 32. , p. 155-157. 33. These were first published as an anthology by Calcutta University in 1941, followed by an expanded reprint edition by Rupa &Co. in 1969. 34. 14, which were translated as Some Notes on indiak Artistic Autonomy and Shadanga or Six Limbs of Indian Painting (Calcutta: Indian Society of Oriental Art, 1914,1921).

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