ABANINDARANATH TAGORE AND M. A. RAHMAN CHUGHTAI – THE VERY FIRST COMPARISON OF BOTH PAINTERS

ABANINDARANATH TAGORE AND M. A. RAHMAN CHUGHTAI
THE VERY FIRST COMPARISON OF BOTH PAINTERS

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Abanindranath Tagore 1911

In 1911 Abanindaranath Tagore was the acknowledged Master Painter of India of the Bengal School. His fame was international and his stature in India extra-ordinary. No one even came close to them. Then emerged M.A. Rahman Chughtai from Punjab, India to challenge the position of the Master Painter of India, as a young teenager of Lahore. We can compare works done on the same theme set as a challenge of the times.

There are more works, which can be compared at the start of the career of the artist. Eventually we will post more.

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