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Art History 414-Curating India (Khullar, Winter 2014)   Tags: art, indian art  

Resource guide for Art History 414's research paper assignment
Last Updated: Mar 28, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.washington.edu/content.php?pid=562636 Print Guide

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Art History 414 - Curating India

This guide will help you identify pertinent resources for your Art History 414 research paper assignment.

 

As an example of a possible research topic, we will be using the following paper topic, "Two Yakshi Fragments from the Denman Waldo Ross Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston" as our example.

 

We will be searching for information on the object itself, in terms of its artistic and religious significance, as well as contextual, historical information. 

 

 

 

Image credit:  Torso of a fertility goddess (yakshi), from the Great Stupa at Sanchi; Indian, Sunga period, 25 B.C.–A.D. 25; Denman Waldo Ross Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

 

 

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