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Reflections on Deccani Painting

Title:Reflections on Deccani Painting
Author:Khandalavala, Karl
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 16 Issue no. 2; March 1963, p. 23-24
Abstract:The writer identifies the problems inherent in the study of Deccani painting, and calls for a reconsideration of prevailing theories and conjectures, and the systematic collection and publication (with adequate picture reproductions) of available dated material up to 1700 and those manuscripts and paintings bearing inscriptions indicating provenance. The problems identified are: the state of miniature painting in Vijayanagar (14th century to 1565); precise dating; relationship between Deccani painting and north and central Indian painting during the 16th century; and copies of early Deccani painting.

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