Art is not just a visual documentation of the current times but also a historical representation of the times gone by. An ongoing exhibition, New Found Lands, curated by Dr Giles Tillotson explores landscape painting in India over a period of two hundred years, from 1780 to 1980. On till May 31, 2021, at The Fuller Building, New York and online at Viewing Room at the gallery’s website, the show is a visual story that moves from an imposed colonial gaze, through Indian accommodation and adjustment, to rejection, and the profusion of new forms of imagery, rooted in the land; View of Rajmahal by William Parker (Source: PR Handout)