New Delhi, India, Mapin Publishing: 2007
Seller ID: 111987
Krishen Khanna’s work is placed in its biographical, historical and social context through the examination of several of his paintings among which are Flagellation and a series of bandwallahs (musicians) in the 1970s. The book combines Krishen Khanna’s monograph with the discussion of the socio-political context which motivated a generation of Indian artists.Khanna’s style is discussed by Norbert Lynton—the artist dabbled in abstraction but returned to representational art as a member of the Progressive Artists’ Group. The depiction of the musicians has motivated two writers—Gayatr... View More...