"An excellent survey for the general reader." -- Arts of Asia The grave, sensuous and infinitely varied arts of India have long been admired in the West. This classic survey spans some four thousand years, tracing the rich visual expression of one of the world's most ancient cultures. Among the works discussed are the Buddhist stupa at Sanchi, the cave shrine of Elephanta, the intricate temples of Khajuraho, the lithe bronze figures of Hindu gods and rulers, the Mughal masterpiece of the Taj Mahal and the golden age of Rajasthani and Pahari miniature painting. This completely revised edition incorporates works by contemporary artists and includes a glossary and a timeline.
|Autor||Roy C. Craven|
|Editura||Thames & Hudson|
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