A Few Drawings From India
8 monthes ago - By Art Found Out
Traditional Indian drawings were generally not made to be complete works in themselves and are rarely seen in public galleries. They were studies for finished paintings, often to give direction from a studio master to the members of his workshop.
Yet Indian drawings tend to be remarkable visual works where the process and intent of the artist is often more evident than in a refined finished painting.
Stuart Cary Welch (1928 - 2008) was one of the few scholars who deeply thought about the significance of Indian drawing. He wrote extensively on the subject as well as curated several...
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