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Some elements of cloth making call for a good deal of outdoor space to be effective. The stretching and twisting of the yarn requires Downloaded by [INFLIBNET Centre] at 07:48 27 August 2012 32 Action and identity an open area across which one can place the vertical posts. The subsequent combing and picking at the warp demands a long space across which to hang the length of yarn. These processes generally do not share the same space as spinning, weaving or selling the cloth, whereas the potter often inhabits the same general area for his work and commerce.
6 Downloaded by [INFLIBNET Centre] at 07:48 27 August 2012 Validating Company painting The discussion of Company paintings in this chapter departs in significant ways from the existing literature on these kinds of works. Scholarship over the past three decades has sought to valorise the study of these paintings, building on earlier identifications of regional schools and specific artists. Mildred and William Archer led the way in both collecting Company painting and then publishing catalogues tracing artist families and regional schools.
Living in these European enclaves, many Company servants, officers and European travellers engaged in patronage of local artists, and even themselves produced sketches, paintings and, if the equipment was available, prints. From the late eighteenth century, images of the picturesque landscape of India became popular in European circles, and albums of prints based on the work of professional painters started to circulate among the middle and upper classes. The picturesque, an eighteenth-century aesthetic mode that celebrated the ruin, the asymmetrical and the exotic, was easily applied to the subcontinent, and indeed became the primary mode through which artists depicted the ruins of India’s ancient cultures.