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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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

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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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