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Francesca Galloway’s Court, Epic, Spirit: Indian Art 15th-19th Century

A Prince Receiving Water at a Well, Imperial Mughal, ascribed to Kalyan Das (also known as Chitarman), c. 1720–30, opaque pigments and gold on paper, 25.5 x 33 cm.

Court, Epic, Spirit: Indian Art 15th-19th Century, Francesca Galloway
January 26-March 24, 2022, Tuesday–Saturday, 10am–6pm
Opening reception: Wednesday, January 26, 6-8pm
Exhibiting at:
Luhring Augustine Tribeca
17 White Street
New York, NY

Court, Epic, Spirit will present a variety of artworks including textiles, paintings, and courtly objects. Grounding the works in their historical context, the selection will offer insights into artistic and cultural movements in India during this time.

The title of the exhibition refers to three key lenses through which to view the multi-faceted and extraordinarily inventive arts of India: court, epic, spirit. With these organizing principles as a guide, the exceptional and iconic works of art in the installation can be more fully considered and understood.

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