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Christian Art in India: Early Christianity from the Arrival of the Portuguese Until Today

Date added: 11/08/2016

This article by Gudrun Löwner, on 'Christian Art in India: Early Christianity from the Arrival of the Portuguese Until Today', was published in the April 2016 edition of the International Bulletin of Mission Research.

International Bulletin of Mission Research April 2016 40164-177,doi:10.1177/2396939316641674

 

From the seventh century to the present, Christian art has existed in India. Astonishing is the fact that some of the best artistic pieces were done not by Christians, but by Hindus, Muslims, etc. This is especially visible in the Mogul miniatures of the Mogul court of Akbar to the Bengali art of the 20th century, where artists identified in Jesus the suffering Indian humanity. Today a lot of Christian art is engaging with the struggles of the people at the margins. Besides this social critical art, modern art forms are emerging which shed their Indian identity and could be done anywhere in the world.

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