Reprinted from 'Samkalin Kala', no. 33. Discusses Immanuel Lessinger, a Jewish art collector who collected early works of young artists Like Husain, Raza, Souza, and Ara. While leaving India, Lessinger wished to gift his collection to the Prince of Wales Museum in Mumbai but the museum rejected this donation by calling it a bad collection.
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