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Romantic Realist

Art historian Suhas Bahulkar-curator of M V Dhurandhar: The Romantic Realist, a retrospective on display at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai believes it's time we took another look at his legacy.

Hugely successful in the early 20th century, M.V. Dhurandhar is these days a forgotten figure. This may be as much the result of his position as a member of the colonial establishment as his academic style, which fell out of favour with

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