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Indian Art at the Victoria and Albert Museum

Title:Indian Art at the Victoria and Albert Museum
Author:Irwin, John
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 29 Issue no. 4; September 1976, p. 2-18, 67-68
Abstract:The collection of Indian art in the Victoria and Albert Museum is divided into 5 phases which coincided with changes in administrative policy. During each phase a specific collection was built up: relics of military campaigns (1791-1858); handicrafts (1858-79); Mughal court art (1879-1911); Hindu, Buddhist, and Jaina art (1911-39); Pahari painting, Indo-European cotton-painting, and Mughal jades (1945-75).

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