ISBN: 9788187507352, 8187507357
Historical Development of Contemporary Indian Art was visualized as part of the special publications programme on the completion of Golden Jubilee of the Lailt Kala Akadami. It was planned to cover the period from late nineteenth century when Raja Ravi Varma has flourished until the Independence of India in 1947.
ISBN: 9789381217542, 9381217548
The book presents the paintings of Avinash Chandra, some of which had come up for auctions by India, New York and London etc.
ISBN: 9789381217535, 938121753X
ISBN: 9789385360282, 9385360280
The book guides the reader through this artist monograph: a Mobius-strip like circuit of text and image, chronicling two decades of Indian contemporary artist Jitish Kallat's expansive work and intellectual references. Jitish Kallat, born in Mumbai in 1974, has exhibited widely at museums and institutions all over the world.;
ISBN: 9789381217672, 938121767X
This book is on the exhibition of the works by the grantees of the John D. Rockefeller III Fund (and its later iteration as the Asian Cultural Council). This fund was an important one for Indian artists in the 1960s and 1970s, when India was cut off from the world for some reasons. This book showcases the works of 21 such artists.
ISBN: 9788874396276, 8874396279
One of the many facets of India's fascination lies in the country's twin forms of excellent contemporary art, those issuing from two cultures: one dominant, global and urban, the other minority, local and rural. This book is a tribute to the other masters of India, the tribal and folk artists. Although they take their inspiration from ancestral forms of art, the works presented captivate by the...
ISBN: 9788181740366, 818174036X
ISBN: 9788181740298, 8181740297
ISBN: 9789381217597, 9381217599
Contents: Portraiture; Landscape; Mythology; Narrative; Body/Nude; Still-Life; Abstract; Drawing; Sculpture; Printmaking.
ISBN: 9789381217344, 9381217343
This book offers a historical perspective on the art of portraiture of India and it has changed over the centuries, decades and years. Research is always fascinating. What was amazing about the making of Indian Portraits was the discovery of artists whose names remain unfamiliar to many of us, Yet, the confidence of their brushstrokes belied any suggestion that they were amateur or hobby painte...
Bhagat, Ashrafi S.
ISBN: 9789381217757, 9381217750
ISBN: 9788192637310, 819263731X
Ganesh Pyne (1937-2013) was a famous modern Indian artist.
ISBN: 9788857210636, 8857210634
As an artist, Kazi Ghiyasuddin is in a league of his own. His work is distinctive for its aesthetic subtlety and meticulous execution. Focused on the fundamental importance of nature and music, his imagery aims to be `purer' than the reality it seeks to represent. Ghiyasuddin's artworks are part of various private collections throughout the world and public spaces in Asia, including the Shilpka...
ISBN: 9789381217429, 9381217424
Rabin continues to be a rare artist, unwavering from what is essentially his struggle. His single-minded focus has impressed many in the way nothing else has. He has a strong moral resonance that is absent in civil society. His paintings are powerful because his gaze is unwavering. He does not allow scope for complacency or acceptance by the complicit. The bold but abrupt lines, the menacing us...
Majumdar, Anuradha (ed.)
ISBN: 9788174369734, 8174369732
This book is a visual record of the author's path-breaking work - the exploration of a distinct inner territory at a time crowded by many outer conflicts. In her artistic journey, Legrand has questioned limits and redefined matter.
This book reflects the state of art in India as it evolved over the last fifty years. During those eventful decades in post-Independence India, he had a ring-side view, where he witnessed a lot of what took place in the political, social and cultural arenas of the subcontinent. Born in the city of Patna, in 1964, Neeraj Goswami spent his early years of surroundings that received little benefit ...
ISBN: 9789381217337, 9381217335
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