Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.
Mayo, Rachel, ‘Pillow Talk’ [Dan Raralio], Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.
................., ‘Salingpusa: Manila on Canvas’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.3, 1995
Baguio Art Festival 1993: see Hoffie, P., ‘Accounting for Fun’, Art Monthly Australia, no.67, March
1994; Ewington, J., ‘Cross-Currents- Salubungang Agos’, Art & Asia Pacific vol.1, no.3, 1994.
Ewington, J., ‘Archipelago Art’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.
Ewington, J., ‘Spalsh Art’, (Interview with Maria Cruz), Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.
Labrador, A.P.,’A most unfashionable frill: Restringing multicultural beads into one national strand’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.
........................., ‘Beyond The fringe: making it as a Filipina contermporary artist’, Art & Asia Pacific,
vol.2, no.2, 1995.
Looby, Keith, ‘Does the Avant-Garde begin or end in Asia?’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.4, 1994.
Mayo, R., ‘Replanting Culture: The indigenous Art Movement’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.
‘Philippines Feature’, including ‘Coming into a new phase’; Orlina, Ramon ‘Facing up to Change’;
Diaz, Silvana, ‘Art to the People’; Findlay, Ian, ‘On identity’s trail’[Noel Cuizon]; Batten, John,
‘Cultural conflicts’ [Santiago Bose]; Findlay, Ian, ‘The promise of self’ [Raul Lebajo]; Zaballero,
Phyllis; ‘Vermont Works’; Jaana, Reena, ‘Expanding mutlicultural’ [Carlo Villa], Asian Art News,
vol. 7, no. 3, May/June 1997.
Roces, M.P, ‘Ethos Bathos Pathos: Contemporary Art Practice in the Philippines’, Art & Asia Pacific,
no.1, supplement to Art & Australia, March 1993.
‘Supplement: The Philippines’, Asian Art News, vol.3, no.5, Sept-Oct 1993.
Terra, Jun, ‘David Medalla in London’, Third Text, 30, Spring 1995.
Torres, E., ‘Internationality: Towards a New Internationalism’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.
Pilar, S.A..; Cajipe-Endaya,I., Limbag Kamay: 400 Years of Philippine Printmaking, Manila, Cultural
Center of the Philippines, 1993.
18.d.Works on particular artists
[Espinoza, Clifford] Defoe, Ruben D.F. ‘Coloring Humanity: Clifford Espinosa.’ Asia-Pacific
Sculpture News 1:3 Summer 1995Roces, A.R., Amorsolo/ , Manila, Filipinas Foundation, 1975
various authors, Ang Kiukok/, Taibei, Banhuajia Hualang, 1981
Duldano,M.D, Tam.P.Austria/, Manila, The Artist, 1976.
Findlay, Ian, ‘Assailing the sense’ [Pacita Abad], Asian Art News, March/April 1994.
Guillermo,Alice,G., Blanco/, Manila, Vera-Reyes,Inc., 1979.
‘Cabrera:Modernist of the Philippine Past’/ Orientations, November, 1972
Ledesma-Kalwa,P.; Guerrero,A.M., Edades;National Artist/, Manila, Filipinas Foundation, 1979.
Navarro,V.T., Zafaralla,P., Carlos V.Francisco; The Man and Genius of Philippine Art/ Manila, Ayala
Ledesma-Kalawa,P., and Guillermo,A.G., Anita Magsaysay-Ho; a retrospective/, Manila, Anita
Magsaysay Inc., 1988.
Anita Magsaysay-Ho, Metropolitan Museum of Manila, 1989
‘Anita Magsaysay-Ho’, Orientations, July 1972
Perez,R.P., Manansala/, Manila, PLC Publishing, 1980.
Reyes,C., Malang/, Manila, Raya Books, 1981
[Jose Tence Ruiz] Guillermo, Alice, G., 'Processes of Change', Asian Art News 9:2 1999
[Brenda Fajardo]..................., ‘High Priestess of Tarot.’ Asian Art News 9:5 September/October 1999
..................., ‘The Archangel of Assemblage: Gabriel Barredo.’ World Sculpture News 5:3 Summer
..................., ‘Landscape into Sculpture: Roberto Robles.’ World Sculpture News 4:4 Autumn 1998
..................., ‘In Art and Faith: Julie Lluch.’ World Sculpture News 4:2 Spring 1998
De Jesus,A.M., H.R.Ocampo:The Artist as Filipino/, Manila, Heritage Publishing, 1979
‘Master of the macabre’ [Manuel Ocampo], Asian Art News, vol.5, no2., March-April 1995.
Perez,R.P. , Sanso: Art Quest Between Two Worlds/, Manila, Eugenio Lopez Foundation Inc., 1988.
Kalaw-Ledesma, P.,Ugat suri/Leonidas Benesa/ M anila; ASEAN Institute of Art for Intergallery
Smith, Eva Laird. Into the Heart of Glass: Ramon Orlina.’ World Sculpture News 3:1 Winter 1997
Zobel's Photographs, Manila, Kiodo printing, 1983.
19.HIMALAYAN BORDERLANDS EXCEPT NEPAL [KASHMIR, BHUTAN, SIKKHIM]
20-a General works
Appasamy, J., The Critical Vision: Selected Writings, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1985.
..........., An Introduction to Modern Indian Sculpture, New Delhi, Indian Council for Cultural Relations & Vikas Publications 1970.
..........., ‘25 years of Indian Art’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.15.
Archer, W.G., India and Modern Art, London, George Allen & Unwin, 1959.
[Bonn], Indische malerei der Gegenwart, [Bonn, Hannover, Hamburg, Bayreuth]Catalogue, 1982.
Chaudhuri N.C., The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian, [London, Macmillan, 1951] Berkeley, University of California Press, 1968.
............,Thy Hand Great Anarch!, India 1921-1952, London, [Chatto & Windus 1987], The Hogarth Press, 1990.
Clark, J., ‘Modern Indian Art: Some Literature and Problematics’, Occasional Paper, no.21, Research Institute for Asia and the Pacific, 81-page Review, ISBN 0 86758 916 7, 1994.
Dhamija, R., ed., Sixty Years of Writing on Arts & Crafts in India [from Roopa-lekha 1928-1988], New Delhi, Sterling Publishers, 1988.
Elliott, D., Musgrave, V., Alkazi, E., India: myth and reality, Aspects of Contemporary Art, Oxford, Museum of Modern Art, 1982.
Ghose, D.C., Bibiliography of Modern Indian Art, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1980.
Goetz, H., ‘The great crisis from traditional to modern art’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.1.
Inden, R., Imagining India, Oxford, Blackwell, 1990.
Kapur, G., Bartholomew, R., Padamsee, A., Contemporary Indian Art, London, Royal Academy of Art, 1982.
Kaul, M., Trends in Indian Painting, New Delhi, Dhoomimal Ramchand, 1961.
Lynn, V., Singh, M.G., Bawa, M., Shah, H., India Songs: Multiple streams in Contemporary Indian Art, Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1993.
Patel, G., Sokolowski, T., Herwitz, D.A., Contemporary Indian Art, New York, New York University Press, 1985.
Parimoo, R., ‘Modern Movement in Indian Sculpture’, Special QuarterlyIssue of Kalavritt no.19, January-March 1990.
Purohit, V, Arts of Transitional India, 2 vols, Bombay, Popular Prakashan, 1988.
Sarkar, Kamal, Bharater Bhaskar o Chitra-shilpi, Calcutta, 1984 [unseen by me, apparently the only artists' biographical dictionary].
[Simla] Indian Aesthetics and Art Activity, Simla, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1968.
Six Indian Painters, London, The Tate Gallery, 1982.
Subramanyam, K.G., Moving Focus, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1978.
................, The Living Tradition: Perspectives on Modern Indian Art, Calcutta, Seagull Books, 1987.
................, The Creative Circuit, Calcutta, Seagull Books, 1992.
20-b Art for the British
Appasamy, J., Indian Paintings of the British Period, New Delhi, Rasaja Foundation, 1984.
..........., Indian Paintings on Glass, New Delhi, Indian Council for Cultural Relations, 1980 [brief article by Appasamy & Singh also in Art Heritage, no. 5, 1985-86].
Archer, M., and W.G., Indian Painting for the British, 1770-1880, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1955.
Archer, M., ‘Banaras and the British’, in Krishna, A., ed, Chhavi, Banaras, Bharat Kala Bhavan, 1971.
Carey, W.,H., The Good Old Days of Honorable John Company, reprint, Calcutta, R. Cambray & Co, 1906 [vol.II, pages 184-219].
Chatterjee, R., From the Karkhana to the studio: Changing social roles of patron and artist in Bengal, New Delhi, Books & Books, 1990.
Goswami, B.N., ‘Toda Gashia: painting at Scindia's court at Gwalior’, Art Heritage, no.2, 1979.
Mahajan,J., ‘The Ganges from a Budgerow’, Orientations, vol.12, no.6, June 1981
.........’Oriental Scenery:The Daniells in Northern and Eastern India’, Orientations, vol 13, no.1, January 1982
.........’The Daniells in South India’, ibid, April 1982
.........’Oriental Scenery:The Daniells in Western India’, ibid, August 1982
Mitter,P., Much Maligned Monsters, Oxford, 1977
Pal, P., Dehejia, V., From Merchants to Emperors: British Artists and India, 1757-1930, Ithaca, Cornell UNiversity Press, 1986.
....., ‘Indian Artists and British Patrons in Calcutta, Marg, XLI, no.4, 1991.
Randhawa, R.S., ‘Two Panjabi Artists of the Nineteenth Century’,in Krishna, A., ed, Chhavi, Banaras, Bharat Kala Bhavan, 1971.
Roy, S., Calcutta, Society and Change 1690-1990, Calcutta, Rupa, 1991.
Welch, S.C., Room for Wonder; Indian Painting during the British period 1760-1880, New York, The American Federation of Arts, 1978.
.........,India:Art and Culture,1300-1900, New York, Metropolitan Museum, 1985 [see Chapter V, The British Period].
20-c Urban popular graphic art in the 19th century
Appasamy, J., ‘Early Calcutta Lithographs’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.31, April 1981.
Appasamy, J., ‘Early oil painting in Bengal’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.32, April 1985.
Archer, W.G., Kalighat Paintings, London, HMSO, 1971.
Banerjee, S., The Parlour and the Streets: Elite and Popular Culture in 19th century Calcutta, Calcutta, Seagull Books, 1989.
Ghose, A., ‘Old Bengal Paintings’, Rupam, nos 27-28, July-October, 1926.
Guha-Thakurta, T., ‘Women as "Calendar Art" icons: Emergence of pictorial stereotype in Colonial India’, Economic and Political Weekly, 26.10.1991.
Jain, Kajri, Of the every-day and the "National Pencil": Calendars in Post-Colonial India, M.A. Thesis, University of Sydney, 1992.
Mukhopadhyay, A., Das, N., ‘19th Century Printmaking in India’, Art Heritage, no.5, 1985-86.
Parimoo, R., ‘Kitsch: The Vulgarization of Art’, The Times of India, 16.11.1975.
Paul, A. ed., Woodcut Prints of 19th century Calcutta, Calcutta, Seagull Press, 1983 [review, Santo Dutta in Journal of Arts and Ideas, no.9].
Penney, C., ‘The iconology of Hindu oleographs: linear and mythic narrative in popular Indian art’, Res, no.22, Autumn 1922.
Ray, P., ‘Early Graphic arts in Bengal’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.18.
Uberoi, P., ‘Feminine Identity and National Identity in Indian Calendar Art’, Economic and Political Weekly, 24.4.1990.
20-d The British Art School System
Bagal, J.C., Centenary: Government College of Art and Craft Calcutta, 1864-1964, Calcutta, Government College of Art and Craft, 1966.
Bäumer, B., Rupa Pratirupa: Alice Boner Commemoration Volume, New Delhi, Bibli Impex Private, 1982.
Buck, E.C., ‘Preface' & ‘Draft Scheme for the Promotion of Industrial Arts in India’, The Journal of Indian Art, vol.1, October 1886.
Boner, G. & Fischer, E., Alice Boner, Artist and Scholar, Varanasi, Bharat Kala Bhavan, 1982 [discusses and abstracts Alice Boner's well-known work on the Sun Temple at Konarak].
Bose, P.N., Principles of Indian Silpasastra  New Delhi, Bharatiya Publishing House, 1978.
Burns, C.L., ‘The Functions of Schools of Art in India’, Journal of the Royal Society of Arts, June 18, 1909.
Goswamy, B.N., Dahmen-Dallapiccola, A.L., An Early Document of Indian Art, New Delhi, Manohar, 1976.
Gladstone Solomon, W.E., The Bombay Revival of Indian Art, [on sending panels to the British Empire Exhibition, Wembley] Bombay, Sir J.J. School of Art, 1924.
Heath, L., ‘The Mayo School of Arts, Lahore’, Arts and Letters (Society for India), 1931
Kelkar, N.M., The Story of the Sir J.J. School of Art: 1857-1957, Bombay, Government of Maharashtra and Sir J.J. School of Art, n.d. [1969?]
Maitra, A.K., ‘Aims and Methods of Painting in Ancient India’, Rupam, nos 13-14, January-June 1923.
Mitter, P., Art and Nationalism in Colonial Indian, 1850-1922, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1994.
Sastu, Pandit Natesa, ‘The Decline of South Indian Arts’, Journal of Indian Art, no.28, 1890.
Sivaramamurti, C., Chitrasutra of Vishnudharmottara, New Delhi, Kanak Publications, 1978.
..............., The Painter in Ancient India, New Delhi, Abhinav Publications, 1978.
20-e Art for the Establishment
Bhushan, V., commissioner, Damerla Rama Rao, New Delhi, CMC Gallery, 1991.
Catalogue of the Maharajah Fatesingh Museum Baroda, Baroda, 1981.
Guha-Thakurta, T., ‘Westernization and Tradition in South Indian Painting in the 19th century: The Case of Raja Ravi Varma’, Studies in History vol.2, no.2, 1986.
Kapur, G., ‘Ravi Varma: Representational Dilemmas of a Nineteenth Century Indian Painter, Journal of Arts & Ideas, nos 17/18, June 1989.
Sharma, R.C. & Chala, R., Raja Ravi Varma: New perspectives, New Delhi, National Museum, 1993.
Venniyoor, E.M.J., Raja Ravi Varma, Trivandrum, Government of Kerala,1981.
20-f Fine Art Societies
Gandy, Kekoo, informal interview with John Clark, Calcutta, 9.12.1991.
Sarkar, K., ‘Fifty years of the Academy of Fine Arts’, in Moitra, D., ed.,The Academy of Fine Arts Golden Jubilee: A Commemoration, 1933- 1983, Calcutta, The Academy of Fine Arts, n.d. 
Sadwelkar, B., Story of a Hundred Years: The Bombay Art Society, 1888-1988, Bombay, The Bombay Art Society, 1989.
Sanyal, B.C., ‘Contemporary Indian Art: A Survey', in Dhamija, 1988.
20-g Neo-traditional Painting
Appasamy, J, Abandindranath Tagore and the Art of His Times, New Delhi,Lalit Kala Akademi, 1968.
Aronson,A., Rabindranath through Western Eyes, Allahabad, 1943.
Aurobindo, Sri, The Significance of Indian Art, [with ‘Western and Eastern Misunderstandings’, 1918-21], Pondicherry, Sri Aurobindo Press, 1947.
Bartholomew R., ed., Nalandal Bose: A Collection of Essays, Centenary Volume, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1983.
Chattopadhyay, R., ‘Nationalism and form in Indian Painting: A Study of the Bengal School’, Journal of Arts & Ideas, 14/15, Jul-Dec 1987.
Chopra, S. ‘The Folk in Modern Art’, India International Centre Quarterly, vol.17, no.2, Monsoon 1990.
Chandhury,P.J., Tagore on Literature and Aesthetics, Calcutta, 1965
Dey, Bishnu, ‘The pioneers of art in modern India’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.1.
Elmhirst,L.K., Poet and Plowman, Calcutta [?], Visva-Bharati, 1975.
Ganguli, K.K., Drawings and Paintings of Dhirendranath Brahma, Calcutta, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, 1990.
Griffith,John, The Paintings in the Buddhist Cave-Temples of Ajanta , reprint, Delhi, Caxton Publications, 1983.
Guha-Thakurta, T., The making of a new ‘Indian' art: Artists, aesthetics and nationalism in Bengal, c.1850-1920, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1992.
Havell, E.B., Indian Sculpture and Painting, London, John Murray, 1908,[reprints as Chapter IV his ‘The Future of Indian Art']
Hay, S.N., Asian Ideas of East and West: Tagore and his critics in Japan, China, and India, Harvard, 1970.
Herringham, C.J., et al, Ajanta Frescoes, London, The India Society, 1915.
Kamboj, B.P., Asit Kumar Haldar, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1990.
Kawakita Michiaki, et al, Ajia Kindaikaiga no Yoaketen, Tôkyô, Mainichi Shinbun, 1985.
Kripalani,K., Rabindranath Tagore: A Biography, Oxford, 1962.
Lago, M. ed., Imperfect Encounter: Letters of William Rothenstein and Rabindranath Tagore, Harvard, 1972.
Lipsey, R., Coomaraswamy: 3: His Life and Work, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1977.
Mittal, J., ‘Graphic art of the Bengal School’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.1.
Mitra,A., Four Painters [includes, ‘The forces behind the modern movement'], Calcutta/New Delhi, New Age, 1965.
Mookerjee,A., Modern Art In India, Calcutta, Oxford Book and Stationery Co., 1956.
Monk, R., Robinson, A., Rabindranath Tagore: A Celebration of His life and Work, Oxford, Museum of Modern Art & Rabindranath Tagore Festival, 1986.
Mukherjee, B., ‘A Chronology of Abanindranath's Paintings’, Visva-Bharati Quarterly, May-October, 1942.
............., ‘Abanindranath and his Tradition’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.1.
Mukherji,P.K., Life of Tagore, Indian Book Co., 1975
Mukhophadhyay, A., Asit Kumar Haldar, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1991.
’Nalandal [Bose] Number’, The Visvabharati Quareterly, nos. 1,2,3,4 combined, May 1968-April 1969.
Nandi, S.K., ‘The Aesthetics of Abanindranath Tagore' in Simla.., 1968.
Neogy,P. ed., Rabindranath Tagore on Art and Aesthetics, New Delhi, 1961.
......,Drawings and Paintings of Rabindranath Tagore, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1961.
Parimoo, R., ‘The Chronology of the Paintings of Gaganendranath Tagore’,in Krishna, A., ed, Chhavi, Banaras, Bharat Kala Bhavan, 1971.
..........The Paintings of the Three Tagores: Abanindranath, Gaganendranath, Rabanindranath, Baroda, M.S. University of Baroda, 1973.
........., ‘Revivalism and After’, in Simla.., 1968
........., Studies in Modern Indian art, New Delhi, Kanak, 1975.
.........., ‘Revival of Indigenous Values and their Influences on Modern Indian Art’, Journal of the M.S.University of Baroda vol.XXXIII-XXXIV, no.1, 1984-5.
Rabindranath Tagore, 1861-1961, A Centenary Volume, New Delhi, Sahitya Akademi, 1961, reprint 1986, [includes essays and recollections on all aspects of his life, the most detailed chronology and bibliography]
Roy, A., Paintings of Mahindra Bhusan Gupta, Calcutta, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, 1987.
Sarkar, Benoy Kumar, ‘The Aesthetics of Young India’, Rupam, 9, January 1922, [same issue has, Agastya, ‘A Rejoinder'; see also Kramrisch, S., ‘"The Aesthetics of Young India", A Rejoinder’, Rupam, 10, April 1922.]
................, ‘Social Philosophy in Aesthetics’, Rupam, 15-16, July-December 1923.
................, ‘Tendencies of Modern Indian Art’, Rupam, 1926.
Subramanyam, K.G., ‘The Drawings of Nalandal Bose’, Art Heritage, no.2, 1979.
................, ‘Benode Bihari Mukherjee’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.10.
‘Tagore centenary Number’, The Visvabharati Quarterly, vol.26, nos 3 & 4, May 1962.
Thompson,E.J., Rabindranath Tagore: Poet and Dramatist, Oxford, 2nd ed., 1948
20-h Nascent counter-establishment
Anand, M.R., Amrita Sher-gil, New Delhi, National Gallery of Modern Art, 1989.
Appasamy, J., Ramkinker, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1961.
The Art of Jamini Roy, Calcutta, Birla Academy of Art and Culture & Jamini Roy Birth Centenary Celebration Committee, 1987.
Bansal, V. ‘Painted ceilings and murtals at Rashtrapati Bhavan and Parliament House’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.14.
Biswas, Kali, Devi Prasad Roychowdhury, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1973.
Bhowmik, S.N., Art of Rabindranath Tagore, Calcutta, Rabindra Bharati University, 1984.
Coomaraswamy, A.K. ‘Drawings by Rabindranath Tagore’, Rupam, nos 42-44, April-October, 1930.
Fabri, C., ‘Notes towards a Biography of Amrita Sher-Gil’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.2.
Mukherjee, B.B., ‘My Experiments with Murals’, Lalit Kala Contemporary , no.14.
Mukhopadhyay, A., ‘The Art Situation before 1940’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.31, April, 1985.
Neogy, Prithwith, Binode Behari Mukherjee, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1965.
.............., Drawings and Paintings of Rabindranath Tagore, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1961.
Parimoo, R., Rabindranath Tagore, Collection of Essays, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1989.
Prasad, D., ‘Ram Kinkar: A tribute’, Art Heritage, 9, 1989-90.
Ramachandra Rao, P.R., Modern Indian Painting, Madras, Rachana, 1953.
Sen, P., Kejariwal, P., Jamini Roy - The Grand Patua, New Delhi, CMC Gallery, 1991.
Sheikh, G.M., ‘Benode Bihari Mukherjee’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.23.
Subramanyam, K.G., ‘Remembering Ram Kinkar’, Art Heritage, 9, 1989-90.
.............., text for Ramkinker, Calcutta, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, 1972, in his Moving Focus, 1978.
..............., ‘Amrita Sher-Gil and the East-West Dilemma’,in Marg special publication for Amrita Sher-Gil retrospective 1972, and inMoving Focus, 1978.
Tagore, R., ‘Foreword' (to European exhibitions, of 28.4.1930), Rupam, nos 42/44, April-October, 1930.
Tartakov, G.M., ‘Art and identity: the rise of a new Buddhist imagery’, Art Journal, 49, 4, Winter 1990.
Appasamy, J., ‘Husain’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.10.
The Art of D.P.Roy Chowdhury, Calcutta, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, 1989.
Bartholomew, R., Kapur, Shiv S., Husain, 2nd ed., New York, Abrams, 1979.
.............., ‘Ram Kumar: The Early Years'(1955) (and other pieces re-printed from 1960, 1961, 1980), Art Heritage, 4, 1984-85.
.............., ‘The abstract principle in the paintings of Ram Kumar’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, 19 & 20.
Das Gupta, P., ‘The Calcutta Group: Its aims and achievements’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.31, April 1981.
Justin Daraniyagala, Catalogue with essay by Ellen Dissanayake, Colombo, Deutsche Bank, 1992.
Datta, E., ‘Akbar Padamsee: The Spirit of Order’, Art Heritage, 8, 1988-9.
Gaudibert, P., Sen, G., Raza Anthology 1980-90, Bombay, Gallery Chemould, 1991.
Goonetileke, H.A.I., George Keyt Drawings, Colombo, The George Keyt Foundation, 1990.
Hebbar, A., ‘From Image to Icon: A study of the development of K.G. Subramanyan’, Art Heritage, 4, 1984-85.
Hoskote, R., ‘Akbar Padamsee: Between the Hieratic and the Human’, Art Heritage, 11, 1991-92.
James, J., ‘The Madras School’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.6.
........., ‘Metaphysical content in recent contemporary Indian Painting’, Lalit Kala Contempoarary, nos 12 & 13.
Kapur, Geeta, Contemporary Indian Artists, New Delhi, Vikas Publishing House, 1978 [Souza, Kumar, Padamsee, Husain, Khakhar, Swaminathan].