David Gentleman's India

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Tara-India Research Press, 2004 - Art - 192 pages
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Exploring the land, architecture, and people of India, David Gentleman's travels have informed this collection of watercolors and reminiscences. The result is not a romantic or nostalgic vision, but a study of a country in part patient, traditional, and unchanging, but one also renewed and transformed by its energy, inventiveness, and ingenuity.

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David Gentleman's India

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Gentleman, a British artist with a distinctive pen-and-wash style of watercolors (see, for instance, David Gentleman's Paris, St. Martin's, 1992) here covers the breadth of India from the Himalayas to ... Read full review

Contents

Delhi
15
The North and the Himalayas
41
Rajasthan
57
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About the author (2004)

Gentlemen is a watercolourist, wood engraver and lithographer. He designed the murals at Charing Cross on the underground and has designed a number of British stamps.

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