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Divine Artefacts: Stella Kramrisch and Art History in the Twentieth Century

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Publication date20/11/12

A two-day symposium will take place at the Courtauld Institute co-organised by Deborah Sutton, Department of History, Lancaster University, Sarah Turner, Department of Art History, University of York and Deborah Swallow, Director of the Courtauld Institute.

This symposium will address the pivotal role of Stella Kramrisch’s writings on South Asian art in the twentieth century, and the international impact of her work in Europe, India and the United States, placing these within a wider global art historical context.

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