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Indian Art and Connolsseurship

 
John Guy (Editor)
Synopsis A collection of 25 essays by international scholars written to celebrate the contribution to the study of Indian art of Douglas Barrett, former keeper of Indian art at the British Museum. The essays are organized in five section : Part 1 : Early India : Part 2 : North Indian sculpture; Part 3 : South Indian sculpture : Part 4 : Indian painting; Part 5 : Islamic art. All papers are richly illustrated, some in colour. A full bibliography of Douglas Barrett's writings on Indian art is included.
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About the author

John Guy

John Guy is Senior Curator of South and South-East Art in the Asian Department of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.  He has organized a number of exhibitions, most recently Indian Art and Devotion (Barcelona and Madrid, 2007), and contributed to many catalogues, including Encounters: the meeting of Asia and Europe 1500-1800 (V & A, 2004), La Sculpture du Champa (Musee Guimet, Paris, 2005) and Chola Bronzes (Royal Academy, London, 2006).  Major publications include Oriental Trade Ceramies in South East Asia (1986), Ceramic Traditions of South East Asia (1989), Arts of India: 1550-1900 (1990, co-ed.), Indian Art and Connoisseurship (1995, ed.), Vietnamese Ceramies: A Separate Tradition (1998), and Woven Cargoes.  Indian Textiles in the East (1998).  He is currently preparing a catalogue to the Indian sculpture collections in the V & A.

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Title Indian Art and Connolsseurship
Author John Guy
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1995
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 818582214X
length 360p., Figures; Tables; Plates; Appendices; Bibliography; 26cm.