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Rajasthani Miniature Painting: Tradition and Continuity

Anupa Pande (Author)

Contents: Foreword. Introduction.  Style and Representation. 1. Narrative art and Figural types: early Rajput painting/S.P. Verma. 2. Pictorial language of the Jaina style paintings from Gujarat and the problem of the Chaurapanchasika style/Ratan Parimoo. 3. Miniature style in larger formats of paper and wall: a case study of the Ramayana paintings of the Marwar school/Neelima Vashishtha. 4. Landscape in Rajasthani painting/Rosemary Crill. 5. Udham Bai: A glimpse into the splendid life of a later Mughal Queen/Savita Kumari. Rajasthani Miniature Paintings and the Museum Collection. 6. Vasanta Ragachitra of the Gem Palace Collection in the National Museum, New Delhi/Anupa Pande. 7. Rasikpriya-Narrative Poetry in the Indian Miniatures/Daljeet. 8. Jaipur Royal Portraits in the National Museum, New Delhi/Vijay K. Mathur. 9. Rajasthani Miniatures from the Collection of the National Museum in Warsaw/Dorota Kaminska Jones. 10 Krishna Narratives in the Rajasthani Paintings from the Collection of Allahabad Museum, Allahabad and Srikrishna Museum, Kurukshetra/Rajesh Purohit. 11. Rajsthani painting in the Bharat Kala Bhavan Museum, Banaras Hindu University/D.P. Sharma and R. Ganeshan. 12. Rajasthani painting on select wooden artifacts from the collection of the National Museum, New Delhi/Anamika Pathak. Rajasthani Mural Painting Tradition. 13. Devaki’s wedding from the Mahabharata - Indications from the 17th century murals of the Kota Palace/Rapuli Yadav. 14. the murals of Shekhawati and Churu: relation with Rajasthani miniature painting tradition/Sunil Kumar. Patas and Manuscripts: 15. Rajasthani pilgrimage patas: a study of the art and practices of the Jaina Tirtha patas/Gauri Parimoo Krishnan. 16. Illustrated manuscript painting in the 18th century Nagpur: a facet of Maratha tradition/Cathleen Cummings. 17. Pilgrimage of Roop Rawal - An Unseen Tirtha Manuscript from the city palace museum, Udaipur/Sonika Soni.

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Anupa Pande

Prof. (Dr.) AnupaPande is currently Professor and Head of the Department of History of Art and Director and Pro Vice Chancellor of the National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation and Museology (NMI), New Delhi. She has also served as Dean of NMI. She has been engaged in research and teaching for last thirty-six years in the University of Allahabad (1982-1995) and the National Museum Institute (1995-till date). She has published over forty research papers in reputed national and international journals and seven books on various aspects of Indian art, history, philosophy and culture. She is well versed in Sanskrit, Prakrit and Pali. She also has knowledge of German, Chinese and Persian.

She has delivered lectures in museums and universities in India and abroad. She has coordinated several international seminars, workshops and exhibitions. Currently she is coordinating an international project on the art of Champa. She represents India at Comite International d'Histoire de l'Art (CIHA) as its titular member. She is a representative member (NMI) of Council of the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute (SICI) and has been a member of prestigious national bodies such as Central Advisory Board of Archaeology (CABA). She has also been a member of the Board of Directors of the renowned International Association of Buddhist Studies (IABS).

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Title Rajasthani Miniature Painting: Tradition and Continuity
Author Anupa Pande
Format Hardcover
Date published: 27.12.2016
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher National Museum
Language: English
isbn 9788193248300
length 206p., Colour Plates