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13 Some two centuries later, the historical perspective became more important. 14 In this first attempt at a history of world architecture all objects are allocated to their nations of origin, following the purpose of showing the ‘building manners’ of each, finally leading to the present time and back to the European world, or more precisely to the work of Fischer von Erlach himself. We may see in this approach an early mode of discriminating national styles, which became common towards the end of the eighteenth century, and a leading category for structuring the large art-historical handbooks of the nineteenth century.
30 hubert locher that would eventually be called the ‘canon’ of art history. 5 Indeed, it is its implicit role in framing judgements and decisions within the discipline that makes the examination of the role of the canon and canon formation all the more pressing. 6 In his Natural History (XXXV, 55), Pliny the Elder relates that other artists called one of the sculptures, the Doryphoros, made by Polykleitos, ‘canon’, because it was considered to be the perfect, proportioned image of man. The term is also used to refer to a model in the sense of a guideline, a set of rules, or a schedule or list of dates serving as reference points.
London, 2006). 24 Tapati Guha-Thakurta, Monuments, Objects, Histories: Institutions of Art in Colonial and Postcolonial India (New Delhi, 2004) and Guha-Thakurta, The Making of a New ‘Indian’ Art (Cambridge, MA, 1992). Key nineteenth-century texts were: Ram Raz, Essay on the Architecture of the Hindus (London, 1834), and Rajendralal Mitra, The Antiquities of Orissa (Calcutta, 1875). Shyama Charan Srimani, Suksha Shilper Utpatti o Arya Jatir Shilpa Chaturi (Fine Arts of India, With a Short Sketch of the Origins of Art) (Calcutta, 1874) was the first work of art history in Bengali, and gave rise to a significant body of art criticism in Bengali connected to the anti-colonial independence movement.