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By Howard Simon

For operating artists and scholars alike, this is often an unmatched treasury of the tools, ideas, and examples of significant illustrators from the sunrise of printing to the twentieth century. that includes works through Goya, Hogarth, Dürer, Morris, Doré, Beardsley, and others, it serves as a reference in addition to a pleasant looking publication.

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The individual subject is seen now as the fragmented site for a multiplicity of discourses, each with their own histories, epistemologies, fuzzy boundaries and linguistic ontologies. Moreover, individuality cannot be construed in isolation and is always relational and intersubjective. This shift in the understanding of the subject becomes the basis of what may be called post-avant-gardism or post-modernism in the cultural field. This constitutes a radical critique of post-Enlightenment modernity and the radical art practice which corresponds to it dismantles the privilege of the isolated genius of the artist and consequently the aesthetic aura of the stationary art object, replacing these with a notion of anti-art or art as a shifting temporal site of semiotic awareness and critique in the intersubjective field of colliding discourses.

43. , pp. 149–79. 44. Abanindranath Tagore, Bageshwari Silpa Prabandhabali (Calcutta: Ananda Publishers, 1941, 1999), 252. 1: Bharat Mata (Abanindranath Tagore, 1905) Source: Rabindra Bharati Society, Kolkata. 1: Krishna Lila—Bhabollasa (Abanindranath Tagore, 1897) Source: Rabindra Bharati Society, Kolkata. 2: Abhisarika (Abanindranath Tagore, 1897) Source: Indian Museum, Kolkata. 3: Krishna Lila—Nau Bihar (Abanindranath Tagore, 1897) Source: Rabindra Bharati Society, Kolkata. 4: Krishna Lila—Akrur Samvad (Abanindranath Tagore, 1897) Source: Rabindra Bharati Society, Kolkata.

In writing of Abanindranath as a subject we find a dialogic coexistence of modern and post-modern conceptions in his case. Located socially as a privileged bhadralok subject of colonial/national modernity, he exhibits the modernist traits of artist as hero or prophet, while simultaneously occupying a discursive position of regional subalternity, stemming from Bengali rural community life, where individuality is best seen as relational and intersubjective. This internal dialectic between the modern and the pre-modern also translates itself into an ongoing traversal of and negotiation between lived and imagined community spaces, dialogically tending toward a post-modern liminality.

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