Artisans, Artists and Popular Picture Production in Nineteenth-Century Calcutta
The Art-School Artists in Calcutta: Professions, Practice and Patronage in the Late Nineteenth Century
Indigenous Commercial Enterprise and the Popular Art Market in Calcutta: The Emergence of a New Indian iconography
Tradition and Nationalism in Indian Art: Art-Histories and Aesthetic Discourse in Bengal in the Late Nineteenth Century
Orientalism and the New Claims for Indian Art: The Ideas of Havell, Coomaraswamy, Okakura and Nivedita
The Contest over Tradition and Nationalism: Differing Aesthetic Formulations for 'Indian' Painting
Artists and Aesthetics: Abanindranath Tagore and the 'New School of Indian Painting'