RETHINKING ON TRENDS AND TRADITIONS OF INDIAN ART AFTER INDEPENDENCE

Abstract

ndian art had its roots back from pre historic period to modern and from folk tradition to craft oriented art forms, the development in art is a continuous scene time to time and new art created always. The radical changes would be seen in folk art, and many Indian artists were inspired by the folk forms. Now art is totally characterized by an immense freedom. The artist has out gone the past and now working according to those principal which are purely painterly and which has rejected the dominance of the subject matter. Every artist has got inspired by Indian folk trends and tribal trends developed from past to present. The modern Indian art was unfortunately caught within the confrontation of westernization on one hand and its Indianization on the other hand. In the Indian art scene the 1st half of the 20th century saw a revaluation in the arts. Many modern Indian Artists like Jamini Roy, Amrita Shergil and others were confronted with the problems occurred in the beginning. Due to these conflicts the new progressive group was formed in 1948, the active members of the group were the young emerging artist from India, later became masters of Indian Modern Art they had preoccupied subject matter and new techniques with purely formalistic and coloristic approaches somewhere influenced by western masters.

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Rakesh Bani

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Rakesh Bani (2017). RETHINKING ON TRENDS AND TRADITIONS OF INDIAN ART AFTER INDEPENDENCE. Artistic Narration: A Peer Reviewed Journal of Visual & Performing Art, 0(2), 13-18. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-520931