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Category: All Categories: Art History: South Asian Art
6 items found.   List items by:   Author     Title     Publisher
1.
Cooper, Ilay and John Gillow. Photographs by Barry Dawson.  
Arts and Crafts of India (Arts & Crafts).

Publisher: New York: Thames & Hudson, 1996..
ISBN: 9780500278635 First edition. 160 pp. 198 illustrations, 134 in color. Map, glossary, bibliography, index. Fine condition (corners crisp, no creases, no markings). A clean, fresh copy. Paperback

Appr.: | AUD 16.13 CAD 16.30 EUR 11.19 GBP 8.96 JPY 1,500.00 MXN 187.50 ZAR 161.29 

Purchase direct from: Buckeye Bookshop. Item number: 7754.
    
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2.
Isacco, Enrico and Prof. Anna L. Dallapiccola, editors  
Krishna The Divine Lover: Myth and Legend through Indian Art

Publisher: Edita S.A.- Lausanne/Serindia/C.H.P. Editions/David R. Godine, 1982, hardcover, (F/VG+).
An Edita book copublished by Serindia-London/C.H.P. Editions-New York/David R. Godine-Boston, 1982, 218 pages, appendices at back (notes, glossary, index, bibliography) profusely illustrated in b&w and color with images on almost every page as well as one map and a chart, 10.25 in. x 12.5 in., hardcover, orange cloth with gilt titles, very good+ dust jacket with just a little bit of very faint wear to corners and very minor scuffing, dust jacket protected in new archival plastic cover, two very tiny ink notes (the number '3.87' and a check-mark) on front free end-paper, otherwise contents clean and tight, erratum slip laid in at table of contents page, book fine (F/VG+) 4394 [Oss0112RV]

Appr.: | AUD 37.63 CAD 38.04 EUR 26.12 GBP 20.90 JPY 3,500.00 MXN 437.50 ZAR 376.34 

Purchase direct from: Librarium. Item number: 004394.
    
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3.
Mookerjee, Ajit  
Tantra Art: its Philosophy & Physics

Publisher: Kumar, New Delhi, 1966, SIGNED and INSCRIBED with LETTER also tipped in, IN ENGLISH, hardcover, (VG+/G+).
Ravi Kumar, New Delhi, 1966, IN ENGLISH, 152 pages, SIGNED and INSCRIBED on half-title: “For Rudolf/a pleasant meeting at S F /Ajit Mookerjee/9th Nov. 78”, plus a wonderful LETTER is TIPPED IN on reverse of first blank leaf - letter is from Mookerjee to Rudolf Schaeffer (dated “10th Jan. 79”) and details plans for an upcoming lecture tour, book is profusely illustrated with color and b&w plates on nearly every page (most full-page), bibliography at back, black endpapers, 10.5 in. x 12.5 in., hardcover, red cloth with gilt titles, front cover shows one very tiny spot along bottom edge, rear cover shows two very small spots - one on bottom edge near fore-edge and one on top edge near spine, good+ dust jacket with slight bumping and wear to corners and spine ends as well as minor edge-wear, top of jacket spine missing two very small pieces and shows a little clear tape from previous owner as well as a few small abraded areas from tape removal on reverse, panels mildly scuffed with minor soil, dust jacket protected in new archival plastic cover, page edges slightly age-toned, otherwise contents clean and tight, book very good+ {On the half-title page is printed the phrase “In search of life divine”, and on the reverse of the half-title is printed: “From Brahma to a blade of grass everything in the world is the creation of Maya-Sakti”.} (VG+/G+) 4393 [Osss0112RV]

Appr.: | AUD 268.82 CAD 271.74 EUR 186.57 GBP 149.25 JPY 25,000.00 MXN 3,125.00 ZAR 2,688.17 

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4.
Neogy, Prithwish (introduction).  
Centenary, 1861-1961: Drawings and Paintings of Rabindranath Tagore.

Publisher: New Delhi: B.C. Sanyal, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1961..
First Edition Folio, about 15 inches (39 cm) tall, in light brown cloth decorated in red. Unpaginated but 7 page introduction plus 40 full page color plates, all but the first on rectos only. Some loose tissue guards present, but there is no ghosting even when not present. Probably India's best known artist in the west, but also better known for his poetry. Covers with mild soiling and edge wear; paper lightly and evenly toned with no apparent impact on the plates. The jacket is complete but for two chips at the top front panel totaling maybe a square inch and a tiny one at the bottom front panel. A 1.5 inch tear at the lower front corner and another of maybe an inch associated with one of the chips at top front. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good in Very Good Dustjacket

Appr.: | AUD 53.76 CAD 54.35 EUR 37.31 GBP 29.85 JPY 5,000.00 MXN 625.00 ZAR 537.63 

Purchase direct from: Gallagher Books, ABAA, ILAB. Item number: 19261.
    
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5.
Tonelli, Edith A., edited by  
Neo-Tantra: Contemporary Indian Painting Inspired by Tradition
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Publisher: Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, 1985.
4to Printed wraps. 47pp illustrated in black & white and with eight color reproductions from paintings. Catalogue for an exhibition, The Festival of India, 1985-1986. Light creasing to wraps else Very Good.

Appr.: | AUD 13.44 CAD 13.59 EUR 9.33 GBP 7.46 JPY 1,250.00 MXN 156.25 ZAR 134.41 

Purchase direct from: Appleby Books. Item number: 008700.
    
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6.
Zimmer, Heinrich completed & edited by Joseph Campbell w/photographs by Eliot Elisofon, et al.  
The Art of Indian Asia: Its Mythology and Transformations, Volumes I & II (of two) text & plates

Publisher: New York: Pantheon Books, 1955..
465pp, 614pp. illus. blue cloth 4tos w/sewn-in marker ribbons: near Fine in slipcase. A magnificent two-volume set begun by the German historian of Indian art Zimmer (1890-1943), an exile from the Nazis, and finished by his Columbia University student, the American mythologist Campbell (1904-87). Number 39 in a series of works sponsored by the Bollingen Foundation.

Appr.: | AUD 102.15 CAD 103.26 EUR 70.90 GBP 56.72 JPY 9,500.00 MXN 1,187.50 ZAR 1,021.51 

Purchase direct from: Auldfarran Books, IOBA. Item number: 15779.
    
US$95.00
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