Overview for Arts of Mughal India: Studies in Honour of Robert Skelton
The Arts of Mughal Indians Studies in Honour of Robert Skelton celebrates the career of one of the great scholar-curators of Indian Art. This volume of essays by 26 of his friends and colleagues focuses on the arts of the Mughal period, and includes new work on paintings of the Mughal and regional courts, as well as their decorative arts and architectural decoration. Robert Skelton's work has been inspirational in all these areas. The volume also includes personal memoirs and tributes, as well as a full listing of Skelton's published works.
Susan Stronge (Editor)
Susan Stronge is Senior Curator, South Asia at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Rosemary Crill (Editor)
Rosemary Crill is Deputy Curator of the Indian & South-East Asian Department of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, where she specialises in Indian textiles and Rajasthani paiting. Her publications include Hats from India, Tie-dyed Textiles of India (co-author), Colours of the Indus: Costume and Textiles of Pakistan (co-author), Indian Ikat Textiles, Marwar Paiting: A History of the Jodhpur Style, and Indian Embroiderey.
Andrew Topsfield (Editor)
Andrew Topsfield is Curator of Indian Art at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. A specialist in Indian painting studies, he edited the Marg book Court Painting in Rajasthan (2000). His recent publications include the comprehensive Court Painting at Udaipur (2002). He has long been interested in Indian games, particularly the history of Snakes and Ladders.