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Indian Painting

Indian Painting

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Item Code: NAB100

by C. SIVARAMAMURTI

Paperback (Edition: 1996)

National Book Trust, India
ISBN 81-237-2014-9

Language: English
Size: 8.8" x 5.5"
Pages: 131 (31 Col. Ills. & 11 Line Drawings)
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The History of Indian painting from the earliest times to the present day is a fascinating chronicle, though too vast a subject to convenietly compressed into a few pages. Aware fully of this limitation, the author has narrated as comprehensively as possible the continuous story of Indian painting through the ages.

About the Author:

Padma Bhushan C.Sivaramamurti, Honorary Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, was a sculptor, artist and scholar with a brilliant academic career. He was Curator for Archaeology in Madras and Superintendent, Archaeology Section, Indian Museum, Calcutta. He retired as Director, National Museum, New Delhi. Therafter, he was Honorary Advisor to the Government of India on Muselogy and was chairman of the Art Purchase Committee, and held these posts till his demise in 1983. He served on the Executive Committee of the International Council of Museums, Paris and was Chairman of the Indian National Committee of the Council. Among his important works are Nataraja in Art, Thought and Literature, Amaravati Sculptures in the Madras Museum, South Indian Painting, South Indian Bronzes, Borobudur ( French),L'Art en Inde (first published in French, subsequently brought out in German, English, Italian and Spanish), Indian Sculpture, some aspects of indian culture, 5000 years of Indian Art, and lastly Panorama of Jain Art. He was honoured with a number of awards during his lifetime, and in view of his contribution to Oriental Research, in 1981, the Asiatic Society of Bombay posthumously awarded a special Campbell Memorial Gold Medal.

Contents:

        Preface

I.      Introduction
II.     Text on Painting
III.    Art Galleries
IV.     The Painter
V.      Tools and Materials
VI.     Canons of Art Criticism
VII.    Prehistoric
VIII.   Satavahana (second century B.C. to second century A.D.)
IX.     Kushana (first to thirds century A.D.)
X.      Gupta (fourth to sixth century A.D.)
XI.     Vakataka (fourth to sixth century A.D.)
XII.    Early Western Chalukya (sixth to eight century A.D.)
XIII.   Bhanja (eight century A.D.)
XIV.    Pallava (seventh to ninth century A.D.)
XV.     Early Pandya (seventh to ninth century A.D.)
XVI.    Early Chera (eight to ninth century A.D.)
XVII.   Rashtrakuta (eight to ninth century A.D.)
XVIII.  Chola (ninth to thirteenth century A.D.)
XIX.    Hoysala (eleventh to thirteenth century A.D.)
XX.     Kakatiya (eleventh to thirteenth century A.D.)
XXI.    Vijayanagara (fourteenth to seventeenth century A.D.)
XXII.   Nayak (seventeenth to eighteenth century A.D.)
XXIII.  Medieval Kerala (sixteenth to eighteenth century A.D.)
XXIV.   Pala and Medieval Eastern School (ninth to sixteenth century A.D.)
XXV.    Medieval Western (eleventh to fifteenth century A.D.)
XXVI.   Mughal (sixteenth to eighteenth century A.D.)
XXVII.  Rajasthani and Pahari (sixteenth to nineteenth century A.D.)
XXVIII. Deccani and Allied Schools (seventeenth to nineteenth century A.D.)

        Shot Notes
        Glossary
        Bibliography
        Index
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