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Dr Daljeet and Prof. P.C. Jain

Published by Brijbasi Art Press, New Delhi, India (2006)

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Item Description: Brijbasi Art Press, New Delhi, India, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Printed Pages: 288 with colour photographs throughout. Size: 23.5 x 30 Cm. Bookseller Inventory # 019374

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Daljeet, Dr. and P.C. Jain

Published by Brijbasi Art Press, New Delhi (2006)

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Item Description: Brijbasi Art Press, New Delhi, 2006. Hardcover. Terracotta boards with white lettering. Color-illus. dj with brown/black lettering. Color-pictorial end papers. 288 pp. with color images throughout. A separate folder, from the gujarat museum society, holding 4 individual color plates, is laid in. Text in English. Indian Miniature Painting: Manifestation of a Creative Mind" presents a new perception of Indian miniature art. This book examines not only the body but also the inherent soul and factors that shaped it across the period from the seventh century onwards. Here reveals a totally different approach - aesthetic as well as formal, and in both cases bold, investigating and analytical. It explores many new dimensions of the miniature painting not explored ever before, and revisits the 'conventional' as well. For conceptual clarity the book has been divided into two parts: more or less a conventional approach, and the other, discovering a number of fresh avenues leading to a fuller appreciation and understanding of the breadth and dimensions of Indian miniature painting. Each of the miniatures used in the book has contextual relevance. A visual treasure with scholarly text. The four separate plates are rich in color and suitable for framing. Good- (The book has been bumped at the lower spine and also has water damage at the same spot. As a result, some of the pages are stuck together a bit at the hinge area. Although the binding is still tight, it is split at the back hinge about 2 inches, coming up from the bottom.). Bookseller Inventory # 160154

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Prof. P.C. Jain,Dr Daljeet

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Item Description: Brijbasi/TBI Publishers & Distributors, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. Indian Miniature Painting: Manifestation of a Creative Mind comes out with a new perception of Indian miniature art. This book examines not merely its body but also its inherent soul, underlying unity, ethos it represents and factors that shaped it across the period from the seventh century onwards. Here reveals a totally different approach - aesthetic as well as formal, and in both cases bold, investigating and analytical. The significance of the conventional line is not subverted but while moving along the `conventional` the book marks, and rather more emphatically, a subtle departure from it by exploring many new dimensions of the miniature painting not explored ever before, and by re-investigating also the `conventional`.For conceptual clarity the book has been divided into two parts, one, re-looking into its material for its origin, growth, provenance and regional and stylistic distinctions - more or less a conventional approach, and the other, discovering a number of fresh avenues leading to a fuller appreciation and understanding of the width and dimensions of Indian miniature painting. It distinguishes, and perhaps for the first time, the term `style` from the term `school`, the style used for rendering a narrative from the one dramatising a theme or situation, the theme which has a narrative character from the one having dramatic thrust; as also different genres of miniature painting, a portrait from a theme-based painting or from a painting of a grotesque form, a landscape from a pastoral or natural background occurring incidentally in a theme painting, and even one mode of landscape from the other. The book perceives Indian miniature painting using the same set of creative tools as uses literature. It not only defines each one with great clarity but also identifies the role they play in creating a miniature. It is amazingly delightful to see how transcending its lines, colours, anatomy and its entire visible world each miniature reveals a context different from what it has been considered revealing so far. Not an element, fiction has in miniature painting a voluminous presence and decisive role, and, so has realism; and a majority of miniatures might be classified on the two lines. A miniature painting does not render so much a divine form as its own image of the `Divine`, and, not so much the visible world as its own perception of it. The book`s visual aspect is as strong. Perhaps no other book on Indian miniature painting might claim to include such a huge number and wide range of visuals, majority of them being published in a work of this stature for the first time. Each of the miniatures used in the book has contextual relevance. The text-visual ratio and art books` usual trend these days might lead one to consider it a coffee-table book. Even if so, in the form of a coffee-table book here is a profound academic endeavour revealing years of researching and observation, and combining thus academics with coffee-tablism the book sets a new trend. Printed Pages: 288. Bookseller Inventory # 67049

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Prof. P.C. Jain,Dr Daljeet

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Item Description: Brijbasi/TBI Publishers & Distributors, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. Indian Miniature Painting: Manifestation of a Creative Mind comes out with a new perception of Indian miniature art. This book examines not merely its body but also its inherent soul, underlying unity, ethos it represents and factors that shaped it across the period from the seventh century onwards. Here reveals a totally different approach - aesthetic as well as formal, and in both cases bold, investigating and analytical. The significance of the conventional line is not subverted but while moving along the `conventional` the book marks, and rather more emphatically, a subtle departure from it by exploring many new dimensions of the miniature painting not explored ever before, and by re-investigating also the `conventional`.For conceptual clarity the book has been divided into two parts, one, re-looking into its material for its origin, growth, provenance and regional and stylistic distinctions - more or less a conventional approach, and the other, discovering a number of fresh avenues leading to a fuller appreciation and understanding of the width and dimensions of Indian miniature painting. It distinguishes, and perhaps for the first time, the term `style` from the term `school`, the style used for rendering a narrative from the one dramatising a theme or situation, the theme which has a narrative character from the one having dramatic thrust; as also different genres of miniature painting, a portrait from a theme-based painting or from a painting of a grotesque form, a landscape from a pastoral or natural background occurring incidentally in a theme painting, and even one mode of landscape from the other. The book perceives Indian miniature painting using the same set of creative tools as uses literature. It not only defines each one with great clarity but also identifies the role they play in creating a miniature. It is amazingly delightful to see how transcending its lines, colours, anatomy and its entire visible world each miniature reveals a context different from what it has been considered revealing so far. Not an element, fiction has in miniature painting a voluminous presence and decisive role, and, so has realism; and a majority of miniatures might be classified on the two lines. A miniature painting does not render so much a divine form as its own image of the `Divine`, and, not so much the visible world as its own perception of it. The book`s visual aspect is as strong. Perhaps no other book on Indian miniature painting might claim to include such a huge number and wide range of visuals, majority of them being published in a work of this stature for the first time. Each of the miniatures used in the book has contextual relevance. The text-visual ratio and art books` usual trend these days might lead one to consider it a coffee-table book. Even if so, in the form of a coffee-table book here is a profound academic endeavour revealing years of researching and observation, and combining thus academics with coffee-tablism the book sets a new trend. Printed Pages: 288. Bookseller Inventory # 67049

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Dr Daljeet and Prof. P.C. Jain

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Dr Daljeet and P.C.jain

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Item Description: Brijbasi Art Press, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents I. Miniature painting origin growth and schools 1. Early phase seventh to mid sixteenth century. 2. Mughal and Deccani paintings. 3. Miniatures from Rajasthan. 4. Miniature painting in Central India. 5. Art of the Himalayan Hills. II. Miniature painting the unexplored areas 6. Medium style and theme. 7. Genres of miniature painting. 8. Realism in miniature art. 9. Fiction in miniature painting. 10. The divine image. 11. Emotional world of miniatures. 12. Aesthetic width of Indian miniature painting. Indian Miniature Painting Manifestation of a Creative Mind comes out with a new perception of Indian miniature art. The book examines not merely its body but also its inherent soul underlying unity ethos it represents and factors that shaped it across the period from the seventh century onwards. Here reveals a totally different approach aesthetic as well as formal and in both cases bold investigating and analytical. The significance of the conventional line is not subverted but while moving along the conventional the book marks and rather more emphatically subtle departure from it by exploring many new dimensions of the miniature painting not explored ever before and by re investigating also the conventional. For conceptual clarity the book has been divided into two parts one re looking into its material for its origin growth provenance and regional and stylistic distinctions more or less a conventional approach and the other discovering a number of fresh avenues leading to a fuller appreciation and understanding of the width and dimensions of Indian miniature painting. It distinguishes and perhaps for the first time the term style from the term school the style used for rendering a narrative from the one dramatising a theme or situation the theme which has a narrative character from the one having dramatic thrust as also different genres of miniature painting a portrait from a theme based painting or from a painting of a grotesque form a landscape from a pastoral or natural background occurring incidentally in a theme painting and even one mode of landscape from the other. The book perceives Indian miniature painting using the same set of creative tools as uses literature. It not only defines each one with great clarity but also identifies the role they play in creating a miniature. It is amazingly delightful to see how transcending its lines colours anatomy and its entire visible world each miniature reveals a context different from what it has been considered revealing so far. Not an element fiction has in miniature painting a voluminous presence and decisive role and so has realism and a majority of miniatures might be classified on the two lines. A miniature paintings does not render so much a divine form as its own image of the Divine and not so much the visible world as its own perception of it. The book's visual aspect is as strong. Perhaps no other book on Indian miniature painting might claim to include such a huge number and wide range of visuals majority of them being published in a work of this stature for the first time. Each of the miniatures used in the book has contextual relevance. The text visual ratio and art books usual trend these days might lead one to consider it a coffee table book. Even if so in the form of a coffee table book here is a profound academic endeavour revealing years of researching and observation and combining thus academics with coffee tablism the book sets a new trend. 288 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 63949

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Dr Daljeet and P.C.jain

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Item Description: Brijbasi/TBI Publishers & Distributors, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. Indian Miniature Painting: Manifestation of a Creative Mind comes out with a new perception of Indian miniature art. This book examines not merely its body but also its inherent soul, underlying unity, ethos it represents and factors that shaped it across the period from the seventh century onwards. Here reveals a totally different approach - aesthetic as well as formal, and in both cases bold, investigating and analytical. The significance of the conventional line is not subverted but while moving along the `conventional` the book marks, and rather more emphatically, a subtle departure from it by exploring many new dimensions of the miniature painting not explored ever before, and by re-investigating also the `conventional`.For conceptual clarity the book has been divided into two parts, one, re-looking into its material for its origin, growth, provenance and regional and stylistic distinctions - more or less a conventional approach, and the other, discovering a number of fresh avenues leading to a fuller appreciation and understanding of the width and dimensions of Indian miniature painting. It distinguishes, and perhaps for the first time, the term `style` from the term `school`, the style used for rendering a narrative from the one dramatising a theme or situation, the theme which has a narrative character from the one having dramatic thrust; as also different genres of miniature painting, a portrait from a theme-based painting or from a painting of a grotesque form, a landscape from a pastoral or natural background occurring incidentally in a theme painting, and even one mode of landscape from the other. The book perceives Indian miniature painting using the same set of creative tools as uses literature. It not only defines each one with great clarity but also identifies the role they play in creating a miniature. It is amazingly delightful to see how transcending its lines, colours, anatomy and its entire visible world each miniature reveals a context different from what it has been considered revealing so far. Not an element, fiction has in miniature painting a voluminous presence and decisive role, and, so has realism; and a majority of miniatures might be classified on the two lines. A miniature painting does not render so much a divine form as its own image of the `Divine`, and, not so much the visible world as its own perception of it. The book`s visual aspect is as strong. Perhaps no other book on Indian miniature painting might claim to include such a huge number and wide range of visuals, majority of them being published in a work of this stature for the first time. Each of the miniatures used in the book has contextual relevance. The text-visual ratio and art books` usual trend these days might lead one to consider it a coffee-table book. Even if so, in the form of a coffee-table book here is a profound academic endeavour revealing years of researching and observation, and combining thus academics with coffee-tablism the book sets a new trend. Printed Pages: 288. Bookseller Inventory # 67049

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