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Chowdhury Jogen Datta Amaresh

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ISBN 10: 8170461170 ISBN 13: 9788170461173

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About this Item: Seagull Books. Condition: New. pp. 86 , 27 Illus. (Mostly Col.). Seller Inventory # 7827934

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About this Item: Condition: Marked. Sotheby's - New York , Sale title - Modern and Contemporary Indian Paintings, Sale date - 10th October 1997, No. of lots - 156, No. of pages - 87, Illustrated in colour INDEX Ahuja Ameena Ali J Sultan Ara Krishna Hawlaji Askari S H Bawa Manjit Benares School Bendre Narayan Shridhar Bengal School Burman Sakti Caur Arpana Chhabda Bal Chowdhury Jogen ChughtaiAbdur Rahman Das Ishwar Das Sunil Dasgupta Dharmanarayan Dave Shanti DaveVinod De Biren Gade HA Gaitonde Vasudeo S Goud Laxma Gujral Satish Gupta Shopriya Prasad Hakim Eruch Hebbar Kattingeri Krishna Husain Maqbool Fida Husain Shamshad Khakhar Bhupen Khanna Krishen Kulkarni K S Kumar Ram MazumdarNirode MookherjeaSailoz Narayan Badri Pai Laxman Pal Gogi Saroj Prabha B Pyne Ganesh RameshV Ray Shyamal Dutta Raza Syed Haider Rodwittiya Rekha Roy Jamini Sabavala Jehangir Samant Mohan Santosh Gulam Rasool Sheikh Gulam Mohammed Shrestha Laxman Shuvaprasanna Singh Arpita Souza Francis Newton Subramanyam K G Sundaram Vivan Tagore Abanindranath Tagore Gaganendranath Tagore Rabindranath Tewari Vasundhara Vithal B Weight: 369g. Seller Inventory # 36943

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Phillips - Leeds, Sale title - Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Prints, Sale date - 13th March 2001, No. of lots - 254, No. of pages - 47, Illustrated in colour       INDEX     Ackroyd N  Aiken H  after   Allen H E  Archer C  Arnhold J S    Ashton W   Atkinson W  Austen A  Bagshawe J J R  Banks T J  Barlow G C  Barraclough J R  Beanland K IJ Bongard J  Bottomley A E  Bowen    Bowen     Bulcock R  Burgess J B  Caba ei Lasalle C L  Chadwick E A  Chadwick E A     Clough R  Conradi M  Constantine G H  Continental School   Crofts E  Crompton W J  Crosland E   Crossley C  Croxford W B  de Lacy C J  Dewhurst W  Dixon C E  Douglas J  Drake C  Drummond J  Duffield W    Elsworth A  English Provincial School  English School    Earey C A  Faulkner J  Eerranti C  Fisher J  Flint Sir W R     Eoweraker A M  Fowler R    French School   Friedenson A A   Fulwoocl J   Goodwin A  Graham C  Graham G  Greaves W  Green C  Gresley If     Groves R E  Gummerson A  Hainsworth G  Hall F  Hall O  Hammond H    Hayes C  Hemsley W  Herbert A  Hess F A   Hitler F  Hilder R  H  R IF   Mines F   His R C E  Hodgson S  Hopwood H S     Horsfield H IF  Horsley T J  Howard K    Howltt S  Hudson R Snr  Hunter M E   Hutton T S     Ince J M    Italian School  Jackson A    lackson F W  lackson  W  Jackson J  Jemalre I lobllng R   Johnson I F  Johnson   J  Junkind  Kneller Sir G  Knighton Hammond A     Kramer J    Kuka  La Cave R  Famplough A O  Faporte J    Lascelles G  Diw E  Fawson S  Leyde O T   Floyd T F A Floyd W S  Luciani S   Fuker W  Futyens C H A   MacKinlay D   Madeline R  Major T   Malbon W  Manners W  Mason F IF  Mawley G  McArthur A  McColvin J  Meegan W   Mellor W  Metsu G   Moiret R  Morley FF  Morris J W  Morrish IF  Munch B   Nunney J  O'Ne  G IF  Oswald C W    Palmer IF S   Parkinson G  Parrott W follower of  Rarton IF  Pasmore J F  Payne S  Pearson D   Peel J   Pether S    Pickering J L  Pincler W  Pitchforth R V   Pollentine A   Priestman B  It It W  Rainger W A   Rayner l   Rayner S A  Rea V  Rich S   Rigg E IF   Roe R IF  Roe R IF    Roe R IF  Rollett IF  Rousse F  Rowbotham T  Royle H F  Schmitz W  Schofield K    Schulenburg T    Scott F   Senior M    Senior M    Shalders G  Slater J F  Smith C A  Smith J B  Sornum IF  Stead F  Steele E  Steeple J   Stephenson W  Stewart K  Sticks H J   Sureau  Swinstead F   Teniers D   Tennant S  Thompson  Thornley H   Thornley FF    Thornley W  Thorpe R   Tighe F IF   Tindall W E  Tolln A  Turner G  Turner W F   van Couver J  Vermulen A V   Waite R T    Wale J R  Walker R H  Wallace  F  Walshaw C M  Walters G S  Watson IF  Watson W Jnr  W iams W IF   Wolfram E  Worsey T  Wyllie W F    Wynne J  Yates W  Zinkeisen D C    ARMAN                    ADZAK Roy  AESCHBACHER Arthur  AGARWAL Ravi  ARRAKAL Yusuf  ARROYO Eduardo     BAJIC Murdan  BAL Alok  BAQUIE Richard  BARBIER Ges A   BARROT Ronan  BARRY Robert     BARTOLOMEO Joel  BASELITZ Georg  BEN   BERNIER Pascal  BERTOIA Harry  BIGHAM Richard  BING XU  BISSIERE Roger  BLANCHARD Remi     BLAZY Michel     BLOCH Pierrette  BOCK John  BOGART Bram  BOLTANSKI Christian  BRYEN Came  BUETTI Daniele  BURAGLIO Pierre  BURROWS David  BUSTAMANTE Jean Marc  CABELLUT Lita  CALDER Alexander   CANE Louis         CARDENAS Augustin     CARGALEIRO Manuel  CASTELLI Luciano  CAUR Arpana  CliSAR                    CHAIBIA  CHAKRAVARTY Jayashree  CHANG XUGONG  CHEEROTH Murali     CHEN YING TEH  CHOWDHURY Jogen  CHUANG CHE  CHU TEH CHUN  COGN£E Philippe     COMBAS Robert        CORNE E     CRAGG Tony  CRONICA Equipo  CRUZ DIEZ Carlos  CUN Chu Teh  CUSSOL Beatrice     DADO     DE CASTRO Sergio  DE GUIMARES Jose  DE ROUGEMONT Guy     DEBRIl Olivier  DECKER Simone  DEGOTTEX Jean     DEVRIM NEJAD Memeh Melih   DHAWAN Rajendra     Dl ROSA Herve     Dl TEANA Marino  DIETMAN Erik  DIX DIX  DMITRIENKO Pierre        DODEIGNE Eugene  DODIYA Atul A DOKOUPIL Jiri Georg  DOUCET Jacques  DUFRENE Frangois  DUV IER Rene A DZAMA Marcel   ERRO Gudmundur     FAUGUET Richard  FAVIER Philippe  FAVRE Valerie . Seller Inventory # 44531

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Amaresh Datta,Jogen Chowdhury

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About this Item: Seagull Books, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The Ramayana and The Mahabharata, with their multi-textured tapestry of personalities, issues, values, relationships and tales within tales, have been a fertile source of creative expression down the centuries. Thinkers, writers, poets and artists from every region and segment of Indian society have revisited these epics and cast them anew. Each has read them in a particular way, and rendered them according to an individual creative and philosophical purpose. Time`s Harvest is part of this colourful tradition. Different characters from the epic come alive in all their human frailty and complexity in the pages of this book. The poems, several of them in the form of long dramatic monologues, are rich in human psychology and emotion. Sensitively written, each centres on the thoughts and feelings of a personality from the epics, who emerges as a warm, living human being rather than a mere character in a saga. Interestingly, the poet turns his attention to incidents and figures which are not commonly stressed, and thereby enriches our own knowledge of the epics. He also adds a new dimension to that knowledge by introducing a fresh point of view. Here, for example, we have the voice of an aged Dasharatha, in shock at the cruel stipulations of his queen Kaikeyi, mourning the imminent loss of a beloved son; of Ravana, in a quiet moment, cogitating over the train of events that led him to avenge the slight to his honour by abducting Sita; of Ravana`s queen, saddened by his bullying ways, comparing him unfavourably to his gentler, more sympathetic younger brother; of Satyavati and Gandhari, looking back over a life of betrayed dreams; of Yudhishtira preparing for his final journey. The vivid drawings in the vigorous and inimitable style of master artist Jogen Chowdhury complement the deeply humane tone of the poems. The artist spent a long time in the world of the poems, getting to know them well before he began to work on his part of the collaboration. The result is a suite of visuals which combine with the words to create a poetry uniquely their own. Printed Pages: 77. Seller Inventory # 4582

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Amaresh Datta,Jogen Chowdhury

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About this Item: Seagull Books, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The Ramayana and The Mahabharata, with their multi-textured tapestry of personalities, issues, values, relationships and tales within tales, have been a fertile source of creative expression down the centuries. Thinkers, writers, poets and artists from every region and segment of Indian society have revisited these epics and cast them anew. Each has read them in a particular way, and rendered them according to an individual creative and philosophical purpose. Time`s Harvest is part of this colourful tradition. Different characters from the epic come alive in all their human frailty and complexity in the pages of this book. The poems, several of them in the form of long dramatic monologues, are rich in human psychology and emotion. Sensitively written, each centres on the thoughts and feelings of a personality from the epics, who emerges as a warm, living human being rather than a mere character in a saga. Interestingly, the poet turns his attention to incidents and figures which are not commonly stressed, and thereby enriches our own knowledge of the epics. He also adds a new dimension to that knowledge by introducing a fresh point of view. Here, for example, we have the voice of an aged Dasharatha, in shock at the cruel stipulations of his queen Kaikeyi, mourning the imminent loss of a beloved son; of Ravana, in a quiet moment, cogitating over the train of events that led him to avenge the slight to his honour by abducting Sita; of Ravana`s queen, saddened by his bullying ways, comparing him unfavourably to his gentler, more sympathetic younger brother; of Satyavati and Gandhari, looking back over a life of betrayed dreams; of Yudhishtira preparing for his final journey. The vivid drawings in the vigorous and inimitable style of master artist Jogen Chowdhury complement the deeply humane tone of the poems. The artist spent a long time in the world of the poems, getting to know them well before he began to work on his part of the collaboration. The result is a suite of visuals which combine with the words to create a poetry uniquely their own. Printed Pages: 77. Seller Inventory # 4582

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Sotheby¿s - London, Sale title - 20th Century Asian Art, Date - 14th July 2005, No. of lots - 260, No. of pages - 139, Illustrated in colour, INDEX Abedin Zainul Gade Hari Ambadas Keyt George Adimoolam K M Goud Laxma Khanna Balraj Akachi Ken Guo Hanshen Khanna Krishen Almelkar Abdul Rahiman Kim Jonghak Appabhai Haldankar S L Kim Whanki Ara Krishnaji Hamada Shoji Kobayashi Kiyochika Azechi Umetaro He Huaishuo Hebbar Kattingeri Kulkarni Krishnaji S Bendre Hore Somnath Kumar Ram Narayan Shridhar Hoshi Joichi Bombay School Husain Kurozaki Akira Burman Sakti Maqbool Fida Kusama Yayoi Chandra Avinash Husain Owais Lee Manfong Chen Jianxing Li Shan Hin King H Lee Li Yihong James Sum Imai Toshimitsu Lin Fengmian Chen Yifei Ingi Whang Liu Dongying Cheng Yuanan Inokuma Genichiro Liu Guosong Cheong Soo Pieng Iranna G R Choma Soko Ito Okyu Matsumoto Saichi Chong Gon Byun Mazumdar Chowdhury Jogen Joseph Inguimberty Chittrovanu Chung Sangwha Mazumdar Claessen George Kaku Kohsenji Hemendranath Cui Zifan Kanashige Kosuke Muller Kawase Hasui Archibald Herman Deuskar Gopal Damodar Munakata Shiko Dodiya Anju Murakami Takashi Nakamura Naondo Narayan Badri Oda Mayumi Ohara Koson OnosatoToshinobu Padamsee Akbar Pan Yuliang Parekh Manu Pithawalla Manchershaw F Prabha B Pyne Ganesh Qi Baishi Raval Rasik Durgashanker Raza Syed Haider Rosanjin Kitaoji Roy Jamini Roy Prosanto Sabavala Jehangir Saito Kaoru Saito Kiyoshi Sang Nam Lee Sekino Jun ichiro Seo Saeok Sharma Natraj ShenYaochu ShimaokaTatsuzo ShinodaToko Shrestha Laxman Song Young Bang Souza Francis Newton Sud Anupam Tang Haiwen Teshigahara Hiroshi Tokuda Yasokichi Ung No Lee Vithal B Wang Geyi Wang Jiqian Wang Wuxie WangYachen Wu Dechun Xie Zhiliu Xu Beihong Xu Xi Yang Mingyi Yong Jin Han Yoshida Hiroshi Yoshida Yoshihiko Yunsun Lee Zhao Wuji (ZaoWou Ki) Zhou Tingxu (ChiuTenghiok) Weight: 582g. Seller Inventory # 11551

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Sotheby¿s - New York, Sale title - Contemporary Indian Paintings  from the Chester and Davida Herwitz Collection, Date - 5th December 2000, No. of lots - 193, No. of pages - 104, Illustrated in colour   INDEX Arpita Singh Anupam Sud  Atul Dodiya Anjum Singh Bikash Bartercharjee Badri Narayan Bal Chabdha Biren De Bhupen Parinanand Kharkhar Francis Newton Souza Gieve Patel Ganesh Pyne George Keyt Gulam Rasool Santosh Ghulam Mohammed Sheik Jayashree Chakravarty Jayant Parrik Jogen Chowdhury K.G. Ramanujam K.G. Subrarnanyan Lalu Shaw    Laxma Goud Majit Bawa Maqbool Fida Husain Nalini Malani Owais Husain Raineshwar Broota Ranbir Singh Kaleka Sakti Burman Sundir Patwardhan Shaivax Chavcla Syed Haider Raza Shrilekha Sikander Shamshad Husain Tyeb Mehta Vinod Dave Vijay Shinde Vivan Sundaram Viren Tanwer Vasundhara lewari Vasudevan Weight: 468g. Seller Inventory # 11553

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Chowdhury, Jogen and Andrew L Cohen

Published by NY: Bose Pacia Modern (2002)

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About this Item: NY: Bose Pacia Modern, 2002. Softcover, staple-bound, 24 pages; very good condition; clean and crisp; no internal marks. Seller Inventory # JoChNY15

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Sotheby's - New York, Sale title - Indian Art, Sale date - 19th March 2008, No. of lots - 89, No. of pages - 144, Illustrated in colour INDEX Ambadas Barwe, Prabhakar Bawa, Manjit Bendre, Narayan Shridhar Broota, Rameshwar Burman, SaktL. Caur, Arpana Chandra, Avinash Chowdhury, Jogen Chughtai, A. R. Das, Arup Dave, ShantL Dhawan, Rajendra Dutta Ray, Shyamal Goud, Laxma Hebbar, KattingerLrishna Husain, Magbool Fida Keyt, George Khanna, Krishen Kolte, Prabhakar Kumar, Ram Maity, Paresh Menon, Anjolie Ela Narayan, BadrL Padamsee, Akbar Parekh. Manu Prabha, B. Pyne, Ganesh Qadri, Sohan Ramachandran, A. Raza, Syed Haider Roy, JaminL Sabavala, Jehangir Samant, Mohan Santosh, Gulam Rasool Sen, Paritosh Singh, Arpita Souza, Francis Newton Subramanyan, K. G. Swaminathan, Jagdish Weight: 461g. Seller Inventory # 38193

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Published by Contemporary Art India, Kolkata (2006)

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About this Item: Contemporary Art India, Kolkata, 2006. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Curator's note. 1. Anindita Saha. 2. Anusuya Majumder. 3. Arunangshu Roy. 4. Bhashkar Bhattacharjee. 5. Chhatrapati Dutta. 6. Debabrata Chakrabarti. 7. Debabrata Sarkar. 8. Debashis Chakraborty. 9. Dibyangshu Das Gupta. 10. Dipak Mukherjee. 11. Dipti Chakrabarti. 12. Gautam Basu. 13. Gora Chand Bera. 14. Jogen Chowdhury. 15. Kasturi Dutta. 16. Malay Chandan Saha. 17. Malay Saha. 18. Manash Biswas. 19. Manoj Dutta. 20. Mona Ghosh. 21. Munindra Rajbongshi. 22. Nikhil Biswas. 23. Parag Adhikari. 24. Paresh Maity. 25. Paritosh Sen. 26. Partha Pratim Ghosh. 27. Pradip Bhowmick. 28. Pradip Das. 29. Prokash Karmakar. 30. Rabindranath Tagore. 31. Ranadip Mukherjee. 32. Reba Hore. 33. Romu Law. 34. Sagar Bhowmick. 35. Sajal Roy. 36. Sanat Kar. 37. Shipra Bhattacharya. 38. Sipra Dattagupta. 39. Sk. Sahajahan. 40. Sovon Das. 41. Subhra Chatterjee. 42. Sunil Madhav Sen. 43. Sunil Das. 44. Suvaprasanna. 45. Swapan Kumar Das. 46. Swapan Kumar Palley. 47. Wasim R. Kapoor. 48 pp. Seller Inventory # 62433

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Amaresh Datta,Jogen Chowdhury

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About this Item: Seagull Books, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The Ramayana and The Mahabharata, with their multi-textured tapestry of personalities, issues, values, relationships and tales within tales, have been a fertile source of creative expression down the centuries. Thinkers, writers, poets and artists from every region and segment of Indian society have revisited these epics and cast them anew. Each has read them in a particular way, and rendered them according to an individual creative and philosophical purpose. Time`s Harvest is part of this colourful tradition. Different characters from the epic come alive in all their human frailty and complexity in the pages of this book. The poems, several of them in the form of long dramatic monologues, are rich in human psychology and emotion. Sensitively written, each centres on the thoughts and feelings of a personality from the epics, who emerges as a warm, living human being rather than a mere character in a saga. Interestingly, the poet turns his attention to incidents and figures which are not commonly stressed, and thereby enriches our own knowledge of the epics. He also adds a new dimension to that knowledge by introducing a fresh point of view. Here, for example, we have the voice of an aged Dasharatha, in shock at the cruel stipulations of his queen Kaikeyi, mourning the imminent loss of a beloved son; of Ravana, in a quiet moment, cogitating over the train of events that led him to avenge the slight to his honour by abducting Sita; of Ravana`s queen, saddened by his bullying ways, comparing him unfavourably to his gentler, more sympathetic younger brother; of Satyavati and Gandhari, looking back over a life of betrayed dreams; of Yudhishtira preparing for his final journey. The vivid drawings in the vigorous and inimitable style of master artist Jogen Chowdhury complement the deeply humane tone of the poems. The artist spent a long time in the world of the poems, getting to know them well before he began to work on his part of the collaboration. The result is a suite of visuals which combine with the words to create a poetry uniquely their own. Printed Pages: 77. Seller Inventory # 4582

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Jogen Chowdhury

Published by Vadehra Art Gallery and Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi, India (2007)

ISBN 10: 8187737549 ISBN 13: 9788187737544

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About this Item: Vadehra Art Gallery and Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi, India, 2007. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Printed pages: 152 with numeous colour photographs. Size: 24.5 x 30.5 Cm. Seller Inventory # 023085

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Soumik Nandy Majumdar

Published by Grantha Corporation, United States (2015)

ISBN 10: 1935677608 ISBN 13: 9781935677604

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About this Item: Grantha Corporation, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Bilingual. Language: English . Brand New Book. Published on the occasion of the show 8 Bengal Masters: Miracles of Existence , this volume explores the post-Colonial context of Bengal that produced some of the finest artists of all times. Focusing on eight eminent artists, from various practices of print-making, sculpture and painting, it traces how they embarked on individual artistic journeys fostered by a renewed modernist search for an appropriate style in tandem with their responses to the contemporary situation. The eight artists showcased here redefined the quest for a personal idiom not as a mere stylistic search but as the intimate and mutually transforming dialogue between individual and the world - both social and natural. From this perspective, this book takes a fresh look at the works of these artists as some of the best examples of the socially-relevant, liberating aesthetics of the post- 40s modern Indian art. Published in association with Akar Prakar. Contents: Foreword; Curatorial Note by Sylvie de Galleani, Curator of departmental museums; Curatorial Note: Miracles of Existence by Soumik Nandy Majumdar ARTISTS - Paritosh Sen; Somnath Hore; Meera Mukherjee; Sarbari Roy Choudhury; Sanat Kar; Ganesh Haloi; Ganesh Pyne; Jogen Chowdhury. Seller Inventory # AA99781935677604

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Dabashis Chanda

Published by Niyogi Offset (2005)

ISBN 10: 8190193678 ISBN 13: 9788190193672

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About this Item: Niyogi Offset, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. When art meets art and stirs one`s sensibilities it creates a fusion, which often yields eternal joy which is not easy to explain in words. `Visual Rhapsody`, edited by Debashis Chanda and published by Niyogi Offset (Publishing Division) is one such fusion and contains a bouquet of vibrant colours, all in black and white, in the form of drawings/paintings and poems by 22 Bengali painters and one sculptor. Their visual creative images are accompanied by their poetic creations as well. It reminds readers of past greats like Rabindranath Tagore and Abanindranath, who indulged in both painting and poetry. Among those featured in the book are: Nandalal Bose, Hemendranath Mazumdar, Nikhil Biswas, Jogen Chowdhury, Sunil Das, Rabin Mondal (all painters) and the famous sculptor Pradosh Dasgupta. They are the artists who have mastered the art of expression in more than one form of expression. The works pertain to a period from 1942 to 2005. It is interesting to note that the eldest was born in 1882, and the youngest in 1971. `Visual Rhapsody` is a unique effort to include many painter-poets in a single volume. The book contains over 95 paintings/drawings and over 80 poems by the painters. Editor Debashis Chanda laments: `I personally have knowledge of at least 15 other painters, who write or used to write poetry regularly, but I couldn`t accommodate all of them in my little boat`. Visual Rhapsody presents a fusion of various forms of art and establishes an interrelationship between painting and poetry. It proves that when artists use different art forms, they tend to infuse fresh power in their creations. Look at Hemendranth Mazumdar`s painting of a belle: `with braided locks tumbling down her bare back, In a sari soaking wet, Homeward bound.` The painter in Mazumdar, when asked as to why he demands a high price for his painting has this to say: The artist laughs and tells the buyer: "Yes, it`s true that in the world Countless women take A bath every single day, But tell me how long can they keep Such youthful bloom" "Look at the heroine in my painting, Even if centuries go by, She will always be a girl in bloom." Or Concentrate on Rabin Mondal`s 2005 drawing showing a face as he sings: "If silence has a signature, It`s you, your quietitude." Sankha Ghosh says, " each art form has its own varied ways of approaching the Eternal Truth. Only ways and techniques are different. The difference between the poet and painter is that one uses form and colour, while the other plays with words as tools of expression. In Visual Rhapsody artists use both media and thus, by complementing each other, extend the scope and visibility of their creations. Here is a book that is a feast for the eyes and soul. It offers a glimpse of eternal bliss! Contents:- 1. Sankha Ghosh : Foreword 2. Debashis Chanda : Before the Beginning 3. Nandalal Bose 4. Hemendranath Mazumdar 5. Pradosh Dasgupta 6. Nikhil Biswas 7. Sovon Som 8. Rabin Mondal 9. Prokash Karmakar 10. Ganesh Haloi 11. Ramananda Bandyopadhyay 12. Jogen Chowdhury 13. Sunil Das 14. Indranath Bandyopadhyay 15. Shuvaprasanna 16. Tapas Konar 17. Samir Aich 18. Sanjay Bhattacharyya 19. Sanjay Ghosh 20. Parag Roy 21. Samindranath Mazumdar 22. Tanmoy Mridha 23. Aridam Chattopadhyay 24. Mithu Sen 25. Eleena Banik Printed Pages: 144. Seller Inventory # 1044

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Nair, Uma & Chowdhury, Jogen

Published by Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi (2007)

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Dabashis Chanda

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About this Item: Niyogi Offset, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. When art meets art and stirs one`s sensibilities it creates a fusion, which often yields eternal joy which is not easy to explain in words. `Visual Rhapsody`, edited by Debashis Chanda and published by Niyogi Offset (Publishing Division) is one such fusion and contains a bouquet of vibrant colours, all in black and white, in the form of drawings/paintings and poems by 22 Bengali painters and one sculptor. Their visual creative images are accompanied by their poetic creations as well. It reminds readers of past greats like Rabindranath Tagore and Abanindranath, who indulged in both painting and poetry. Among those featured in the book are: Nandalal Bose, Hemendranath Mazumdar, Nikhil Biswas, Jogen Chowdhury, Sunil Das, Rabin Mondal (all painters) and the famous sculptor Pradosh Dasgupta. They are the artists who have mastered the art of expression in more than one form of expression. The works pertain to a period from 1942 to 2005. It is interesting to note that the eldest was born in 1882, and the youngest in 1971. `Visual Rhapsody` is a unique effort to include many painter-poets in a single volume. The book contains over 95 paintings/drawings and over 80 poems by the painters. Editor Debashis Chanda laments: `I personally have knowledge of at least 15 other painters, who write or used to write poetry regularly, but I couldn`t accommodate all of them in my little boat`. Visual Rhapsody presents a fusion of various forms of art and establishes an interrelationship between painting and poetry. It proves that when artists use different art forms, they tend to infuse fresh power in their creations. Look at Hemendranth Mazumdar`s painting of a belle: `with braided locks tumbling down her bare back, In a sari soaking wet, Homeward bound.` The painter in Mazumdar, when asked as to why he demands a high price for his painting has this to say: The artist laughs and tells the buyer: "Yes, it`s true that in the world Countless women take A bath every single day, But tell me how long can they keep Such youthful bloom" "Look at the heroine in my painting, Even if centuries go by, She will always be a girl in bloom." Or Concentrate on Rabin Mondal`s 2005 drawing showing a face as he sings: "If silence has a signature, It`s you, your quietitude." Sankha Ghosh says, " each art form has its own varied ways of approaching the Eternal Truth. Only ways and techniques are different. The difference between the poet and painter is that one uses form and colour, while the other plays with words as tools of expression. In Visual Rhapsody artists use both media and thus, by complementing each other, extend the scope and visibility of their creations. Here is a book that is a feast for the eyes and soul. It offers a glimpse of eternal bliss! Contents:- 1. Sankha Ghosh : Foreword 2. Debashis Chanda : Before the Beginning 3. Nandalal Bose 4. Hemendranath Mazumdar 5. Pradosh Dasgupta 6. Nikhil Biswas 7. Sovon Som 8. Rabin Mondal 9. Prokash Karmakar 10. Ganesh Haloi 11. Ramananda Bandyopadhyay 12. Jogen Chowdhury 13. Sunil Das 14. Indranath Bandyopadhyay 15. Shuvaprasanna 16. Tapas Konar 17. Samir Aich 18. Sanjay Bhattacharyya 19. Sanjay Ghosh 20. Parag Roy 21. Samindranath Mazumdar 22. Tanmoy Mridha 23. Aridam Chattopadhyay 24. Mithu Sen 25. Eleena Banik Printed Pages: 144. Seller Inventory # 1044

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Soumik Nandy Majumdar

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About this Item: Grantha Corporation, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Bilingual. Language: English . Brand New Book. Published on the occasion of the show 8 Bengal Masters: Miracles of Existence , this volume explores the post-Colonial context of Bengal that produced some of the finest artists of all times. Focusing on eight eminent artists, from various practices of print-making, sculpture and painting, it traces how they embarked on individual artistic journeys fostered by a renewed modernist search for an appropriate style in tandem with their responses to the contemporary situation. The eight artists showcased here redefined the quest for a personal idiom not as a mere stylistic search but as the intimate and mutually transforming dialogue between individual and the world - both social and natural. From this perspective, this book takes a fresh look at the works of these artists as some of the best examples of the socially-relevant, liberating aesthetics of the post- 40s modern Indian art. Published in association with Akar Prakar. Contents: Foreword; Curatorial Note by Sylvie de Galleani, Curator of departmental museums; Curatorial Note: Miracles of Existence by Soumik Nandy Majumdar ARTISTS - Paritosh Sen; Somnath Hore; Meera Mukherjee; Sarbari Roy Choudhury; Sanat Kar; Ganesh Haloi; Ganesh Pyne; Jogen Chowdhury. Seller Inventory # AA99781935677604

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Jogen Chowdhury

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About this Item: Grantha Corporation, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Bilingual. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Published on the occasion of the show 8 Bengal Masters: Miracles of Existence , this volume explores the post-Colonial context of Bengal that produced some of the finest artists of all times. Focusing on eight eminent artists, from various practices of print-making, sculpture and painting, it traces how they embarked on individual artistic journeys fostered by a renewed modernist search for an appropriate style in tandem with their responses to the contemporary situation. The eight artists showcased here redefined the quest for a personal idiom not as a mere stylistic search but as the intimate and mutually transforming dialogue between individual and the world - both social and natural. From this perspective, this book takes a fresh look at the works of these artists as some of the best examples of the socially-relevant, liberating aesthetics of the post- 40s modern Indian art. Published in association with Akar Prakar. Contents: Foreword; Curatorial Note by Sylvie de Galleani, Curator of departmental museums; Curatorial Note: Miracles of Existence by Soumik Nandy Majumdar ARTISTS - Paritosh Sen; Somnath Hore; Meera Mukherjee; Sarbari Roy Choudhury; Sanat Kar; Ganesh Haloi; Ganesh Pyne; Jogen Chowdhury. Seller Inventory # BTE9781935677604

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Dabashis Chanda

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About this Item: Niyogi Offset, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. When art meets art and stirs one`s sensibilities it creates a fusion, which often yields eternal joy which is not easy to explain in words. `Visual Rhapsody`, edited by Debashis Chanda and published by Niyogi Offset (Publishing Division) is one such fusion and contains a bouquet of vibrant colours, all in black and white, in the form of drawings/paintings and poems by 22 Bengali painters and one sculptor. Their visual creative images are accompanied by their poetic creations as well. It reminds readers of past greats like Rabindranath Tagore and Abanindranath, who indulged in both painting and poetry. Among those featured in the book are: Nandalal Bose, Hemendranath Mazumdar, Nikhil Biswas, Jogen Chowdhury, Sunil Das, Rabin Mondal (all painters) and the famous sculptor Pradosh Dasgupta. They are the artists who have mastered the art of expression in more than one form of expression. The works pertain to a period from 1942 to 2005. It is interesting to note that the eldest was born in 1882, and the youngest in 1971. `Visual Rhapsody` is a unique effort to include many painter-poets in a single volume. The book contains over 95 paintings/drawings and over 80 poems by the painters. Editor Debashis Chanda laments: `I personally have knowledge of at least 15 other painters, who write or used to write poetry regularly, but I couldn`t accommodate all of them in my little boat`. Visual Rhapsody presents a fusion of various forms of art and establishes an interrelationship between painting and poetry. It proves that when artists use different art forms, they tend to infuse fresh power in their creations. Look at Hemendranth Mazumdar`s painting of a belle: `with braided locks tumbling down her bare back, In a sari soaking wet, Homeward bound.` The painter in Mazumdar, when asked as to why he demands a high price for his painting has this to say: The artist laughs and tells the buyer: "Yes, it`s true that in the world Countless women take A bath every single day, But tell me how long can they keep Such youthful bloom" "Look at the heroine in my painting, Even if centuries go by, She will always be a girl in bloom." Or Concentrate on Rabin Mondal`s 2005 drawing showing a face as he sings: "If silence has a signature, It`s you, your quietitude." Sankha Ghosh says, " each art form has its own varied ways of approaching the Eternal Truth. Only ways and techniques are different. The difference between the poet and painter is that one uses form and colour, while the other plays with words as tools of expression. In Visual Rhapsody artists use both media and thus, by complementing each other, extend the scope and visibility of their creations. Here is a book that is a feast for the eyes and soul. It offers a glimpse of eternal bliss! Contents:- 1. Sankha Ghosh : Foreword 2. Debashis Chanda : Before the Beginning 3. Nandalal Bose 4. Hemendranath Mazumdar 5. Pradosh Dasgupta 6. Nikhil Biswas 7. Sovon Som 8. Rabin Mondal 9. Prokash Karmakar 10. Ganesh Haloi 11. Ramananda Bandyopadhyay 12. Jogen Chowdhury 13. Sunil Das 14. Indranath Bandyopadhyay 15. Shuvaprasanna 16. Tapas Konar 17. Samir Aich 18. Sanjay Bhattacharyya 19. Sanjay Ghosh 20. Parag Roy 21. Samindranath Mazumdar 22. Tanmoy Mridha 23. Aridam Chattopadhyay 24. Mithu Sen 25. Eleena Banik Printed Pages: 144. Seller Inventory # 1044

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Debashis Chanda

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About this Item: Niyogi Offset, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Sankha Ghosh foreword. 2. Debashis Chanda before the beginning. 3. Nandalal Bose. 4. Hemendranath Mazumdar. 5. Pradosh Dasgupta. 6. Nikhil Biswas. 7. Sovon Som. 8. Rabin Mondal. 9. Prokash Karmakar. 10. Ganesh Haloi. 11. Ramananda Bandyopadhyay. 12. Jogen Chowdhury. 13. Sunil Das. 14. Indranath Bandyopadhyay. 15. Shuvaprasanna. 16. Tapas Konar. 17. Samir Aich. 18. Sanjay Bhattacharyya. 19. Sanjay Ghosh. 20. Parag Roy. 21. Samindranath Mazumdar. 22. Tanmoy Mridha. 23. Aridam Chattopadhyay. 24. Mithu Sen. 25. Eleena Banik. Abanindranath Tagore once remarked Is an artist obliged only to paint. Surge of creativity may often hurtle him into different media of expression. In his youth Rabindranath Tagore also light heartedly wrote that he did not intend to disappoint any of the muses that he longed to try his hand at everything even painting. This is how a poet wants to step outside poetry and an artist wishes to explore beyond painting. In the history of art and literature there are numerous such instances of border crossing right under our eyes. Visual Rhapsody is a fascinating tale of this border crossing. A collection of poems drawings and paintings by 23 trail blazing Bengali artists it captures the essence of the art of Bengal in poetic and visual format as it has never been depicted before. A bilingual publication in Bengali and English its appeal lies in the editor's ability to assimilate and blend such a compelling range so exquisitely without overwhelming the reader. Visual Rhapsody is a magical presentation of masters both pas0t and present where art meets art and leaves us forever warmed by its afterglow. 144 pp. Seller Inventory # 57221

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Geeti Sen

Published by Mapin Publishing (2008)

ISBN 10: 818582231X ISBN 13: 9788185822310

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About this Item: Mapin Publishing, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The amazing vitality of contemporary art in India today grows out of a fusion of past and present experiences. It is that exciting moment of discovery which gives birth to an original work of art. Five well-known artists, Meera Mukherjee, Jogen Chowdhury, Manjit Bawa, Ganesh Pyne and Arpita Singh, have each evolved a personal style which is uniquely their own; which yet shares in a common Indian sensibility. Based on interviews with them over ten years and drawing from many sources, this book is an inquiry into the creative process in the visual arts. About the Author Geeti Sen is a cultural historian, writer, and visiting lecturer at several institutes in India and abroad. She took her master`s and doctoral degrees at the Universities of Chicago and Calcutta, began her career in India as the Assistant Editor of Marg, Mumbai, and was appointed art critic for the Times of India, Mumbai and India Today, Delhi. In 1982 she joined the India International Centre as the Editor, resuming this appointment in 1990. Table of Contents * Preface * Image: An Introduction * He Who Saw: Meera Mukherje * Reminiscences of A Dream: Jogen Chowdhury * The Purple Piper: Manjit Bawa * Woman In Red: Arpita Singh * Encounter In The Twilight Zone: Ganesh Pyne * Imagination: In Retrospect * End Notes * Bibliography * Acknowledgements Printed Pages: 176. Seller Inventory # 30808

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Geeti Sen

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About this Item: Mapin Publishing, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The amazing vitality of contemporary art in India today grows out of a fusion of past and present experiences. It is that exciting moment of discovery which gives birth to an original work of art. Five well-known artists, Meera Mukherjee, Jogen Chowdhury, Manjit Bawa, Ganesh Pyne and Arpita Singh, have each evolved a personal style which is uniquely their own; which yet shares in a common Indian sensibility. Based on interviews with them over ten years and drawing from many sources, this book is an inquiry into the creative process in the visual arts. About the Author Geeti Sen is a cultural historian, writer, and visiting lecturer at several institutes in India and abroad. She took her master`s and doctoral degrees at the Universities of Chicago and Calcutta, began her career in India as the Assistant Editor of Marg, Mumbai, and was appointed art critic for the Times of India, Mumbai and India Today, Delhi. In 1982 she joined the India International Centre as the Editor, resuming this appointment in 1990. Table of Contents * Preface * Image: An Introduction * He Who Saw: Meera Mukherje * Reminiscences of A Dream: Jogen Chowdhury * The Purple Piper: Manjit Bawa * Woman In Red: Arpita Singh * Encounter In The Twilight Zone: Ganesh Pyne * Imagination: In Retrospect * End Notes * Bibliography * Acknowledgements Printed Pages: 176. Seller Inventory # 30808

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Published by 2007 (2007)

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About this Item: 2007, 2007. Auction catalogue, near fine condition, glossy pictorial card covers, 12" x 8", 170 pages, 110 lots, all lots illustrated in colour - detailed descriptions with many, index, 36 artist profiles-----------Sale catalogue for Saffronart, Industry Manor, 3rd Floor, Prabhadevi, Mumbai 400 025, India, on December 5-6, 2007 (Saffrron Art). Seller Inventory # 2252

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Hoskote, Ranjit

Published by Kalakriti Art Gallery, Hyderabad, India (2006)

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About this Item: Kalakriti Art Gallery, Hyderabad, India, 2006. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. First Edition. Fully illustrated i color. From the 2006 exhibition. Housed in a very good, matching,black folder. Seller Inventory # 021404

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Dornik, Werner (Hsg.)

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About this Item: Wien Austro Indien Society, 1998. 0. orig.Pappe, Einband minimal angestaubt, sonst sehr guter Zustand, 159 S., H 30,5 x 23,5 cm, ca. 77 (71 farbige) Tafelabb. / plates, Katalog der Ausstellungen in Geras und Salzburg (Österreich, 1998) sowie in New Delhi und Mumbai (Indien, 1998/1999 -- mit ARBEITEN von: Shambhavi, Anjum Singh, Anna Stangl, Arnulf Neuwirth, Arpana Caur, Bharati Kapadia, Birgit Jürgenssen, Chittrovanu Mazumdar, Gunter Damisch, Hans Staudacher, Herbert Brandl, Jogen Chowdhury, Johann Julian Taupe, Laxman Shreshta, Lore Heuermann, Meenakshi Kasliwal Bharati, Peter Bischof, S.H. Raza, Surendran Nair, Tone Fink -- (Text deutsch und englisch) Sprache: Deutsch Sprache: Englisch 1200 gr. Seller Inventory # 54207

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Geeti Sen

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About this Item: Mapin Publishing, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The amazing vitality of contemporary art in India today grows out of a fusion of past and present experiences. It is that exciting moment of discovery which gives birth to an original work of art. Five well-known artists, Meera Mukherjee, Jogen Chowdhury, Manjit Bawa, Ganesh Pyne and Arpita Singh, have each evolved a personal style which is uniquely their own; which yet shares in a common Indian sensibility. Based on interviews with them over ten years and drawing from many sources, this book is an inquiry into the creative process in the visual arts. About the Author Geeti Sen is a cultural historian, writer, and visiting lecturer at several institutes in India and abroad. She took her master`s and doctoral degrees at the Universities of Chicago and Calcutta, began her career in India as the Assistant Editor of Marg, Mumbai, and was appointed art critic for the Times of India, Mumbai and India Today, Delhi. In 1982 she joined the India International Centre as the Editor, resuming this appointment in 1990. Table of Contents * Preface * Image: An Introduction * He Who Saw: Meera Mukherje * Reminiscences of A Dream: Jogen Chowdhury * The Purple Piper: Manjit Bawa * Woman In Red: Arpita Singh * Encounter In The Twilight Zone: Ganesh Pyne * Imagination: In Retrospect * End Notes * Bibliography * Acknowledgements Printed Pages: 176. Seller Inventory # 30808

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Published by Art and Heritage Foundations, Kolkata (2007)

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About this Item: Art and Heritage Foundations, Kolkata, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. 1. The forest of the Brahmanas. 2. The middle class. 3. Disillusion and new dreams. 4. A journey in common sense politics. 5. Emergence of Hindu fascism. 6. Bollywood a global phenomenon. 7. Delusions and national development. 8. The fourth estate. Artist profiles. Confident of its future but proud of its past this new India is a markedly different place from the country that gained freedom that August midnight in 1947. How this came to be is a fascinating study that this volume records through words and visuals. Essays by finest minds analyze various aspects of the nation's progress while paintings by India's best and brightest reveal startling yet enthralling ways of seeing these changes. A self assured middle class is one the clearest markers of this new India. Usually seen as an economic classification the article here by India's leading sociologist Andre Beteille shows for the first time how it is also a social formation with certain distinctive features found only in most modern societies. At the same time former economic advisor and well known columnist Ashok Desai demolishes shibboleths that have clouded a proper understanding of the Indian economy and its transition from a poor destitute colony that the British abandoned in despair sixty year ago to its present status as the world's fourth largest economy. Aruna Roy winner of the 2000 Ramon Magsaysay Award for community leadership records her firsthand experience in the making of the right to information act to make political power more accountable and hence shows that the world's largest democracy really works. While Oxford historian Tapan Raychaudhuri traces the emergence of Hindu fascism the other side of our polity. Another sign of the times is seen in the country's buoyant media. India's was always one of the world's largest film industries but till recently it was never much respected either for the quality of its output or even its sheer size. Today Bollywood mania envelopes the world. Columnist and television presenter Vir Sanghvi records the making of Bollywood as a global phenomenon. And historian journalist Rudrangshu Mukherjee traces the history of the country's fiercely independent print media and its response to the invasion from bullish electronic journalism. The past however is very much present in this book as in the whole of India. The learned article by Indologist Roberto Calasso on the Satpatha Brahmanas shows the rich ancient heritage that modern India is built upon. Memory is the presence of the past and carries with it a text of loss absence nostalgia and pathos. One of Bengal's most significant contemporary writers Sunil Gangopadhyay's poem the only poem in this collection is about the trauma of partition. In the absence of monuments to commemorate the division of India literature has created the memorials through which India remembers. The insight offered by the writers is enhanced by artists impressions of their homeland. Here too the continuum that is India is the guiding principle. Venerated masters like Ramkinkar Baij Nandalal Bose V.S. Gaitonde Ganesh Pyne Jogen Chowdhury Somnath Hore M.F. Husain Sailoz Mookherjea Meera Mukherjee stand side by side with current luminaries like Biju Parthan Shreyasi Chatterjee Subodh Gupta Shakila as well as midnight's children like Mona Rai and Amitava Das. Folk art that transcends the boundaries of conventional art form is represented through works of artists like Bhuribai Swarno Chitrakar Mayank Kumar Shyam Ram Singh Urveti. There can be no doubt that the sixty plates of paintings by sixty artists make this book a collector's item. 218 pp. Seller Inventory # 68643

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Roobina Karode

Published by Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8190210416 ISBN 13: 9788190210416

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Published by Mapin., Ahmedabad. (1996)

ISBN 10: 818582231X ISBN 13: 9788185822310

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About this Item: Mapin., Ahmedabad., 1996. Numerous colour and black and white photographic illustrations, 175pp, references and bibliography, dustjacket, large quarto. This book is based on interviews with five significant Indian artists: Meera Mukherjee, Jogen Chowdhury, Manjit Bawa, Arpita Singh and Ganesh Pyne. Seller Inventory # 67569

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