Eaton, NJ (2013) 'Subaltern Colour? Art, design and dyeing in Britain and South Asia, 1851-1896'. Art History: journal of the Association of Art Historians
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This article (which is similar to ch.2 in Color and Empire discussed above) explores the relationship between ideas of the subaltern, art, design, resistance and pedagogy in colonial India. It is based on significant original research in Britain and india.
|Title:||'Subaltern Colour? Art, design and dyeing in Britain and South Asia, 1851-1896'|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > History of Art|
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