In many of Edouard Vuillard's (1868-1940) most famous paintings, figures are nestled in intimate settings among bold patterns and colours. As the viewer's eye adjusts to the complexity of the scene, the artist's world opens up. This book examines the master artist's work.
“Delhi is still a name to conjure with,” said the British Viceroy, Lord Harding, in 1911 when debating where to site the capital city of the Imperial Raj. Rana Dasgupta’s highly readable, entertaining... [ Read full review ]