IndiaColor: Spirit, Tradition, and Style

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Chronicle Books, Apr 2, 2008 - Design - 175 pages
IndiaColor captures the bright hues and beautiful patterns of this diverse nation, offering a treasury of furniture, textiles, jewelry, clothing, and architecture, along with marketplaces, artists, and even animals. Here, a rainbow of bangles are for sale next to sleek electronics, and every last camel, pick-up truck, and water jug is adorned in glorious color. With 300 photographs and detailed text, this is a dazzling resource for decorators and travelers alike. Vibrant, inspirational, andbursting with fascinating details, IndiaColor is a journey between two covers.
 

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i really like colors as writer of the book has described . great effort to introduce the beauty of western culture

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Contents

Introduction
7
DOORS PASSAGES
13
ADORNMENT
19
FLOWERS
35
BAZAAR
41
ANIMALS EVERYWHERE
51
WOMEN AT WORK
59
woven wonders
71
PUPPETS TOYS
97
JEWELS BANGLES
109
chapter 14
119
chapter 15
127
chapter 16
133
chapter 18
147
chapter 13
157
chapter 20
163

ETERNAL sari
85
TURBANS
91
Selected Resource Guide
172
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About the author (2008)

Melba Levick, based in Los Angeles and Paris, has authored more than 40 photography books on travel, architecture, and design.

Mitchell Crites is an art historian, writer, and lecturer who has lived in India for 35 years.

Ameeta Nanji is a Los Angeles-based film director and writer.

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