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Indian Art & Connoisseurship: Essays in Honour of Douglas Barrett epub ebook

Author: John Guy
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Mapin Intl; Not Indicated edition (June 1, 1995)
Pages: 360 pages
ISBN: 818582214X
ISBN13: 978-8185822143
Rating: 4.6
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The essays on new or unpublished material are always welcome Many of the essays revolve around Douglas Barrett's scholarship or the issues that he had raised

The essays on new or unpublished material are always welcome. The volume has many essays in this category by veterans such as . Harle, M. Taddie, Karl Khandalavala, and Herbert Hartel. Many of the essays revolve around Douglas Barrett's scholarship or the issues that he had raised. They continue the critical discussion either in the light of new evidence or new attitudes. The contributors are all distinguished art historians, each a specialist in a particular field.

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Indian Art and Connoisseurship. The essays in this finely produced and well-illustrated volume have a certain poignancy. The scholar to whom they are dedicated, Douglas Barrett, died in the course of publication, followed subsequently by four of the contributors, Klaus Fischer, Basil Gray, John Irwin and Karl Khandalavala. The essays cover almost 2,000 years of art traditions, from first-century sandstone carvings from Mathura in central India to 19th-century murals and sketchbooks from Orissa in eastern India.

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