Picture Showmen: Insights Into the Narrative Tradition in Indian Art
Marg Publications, 1998 - Art - 127 pages
A Comprehensive Historical Survey Of The Manifold Tradition Of Pictorial Narration In India From Ancient Times To The Present Day. Discuss-The Early Buddhist Narrative Technique And Aspects Of Narrative In Indian Miniatures, Narrative Folk Forms From Andhra Pradesh, Bengal, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan And The Deccan. The Work Of Gulan Mohammed Sheikh. Includes Insights Into The Lives Of Traditional Performing Families. Lavishly Illustrated.
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