Kingdom of the sun: Indian court and village art from the Princely State of Mewar
Asian Art Museum - Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture, Jan 10, 2007 - Art - 239 pages
This major catalogue, edited by exhibition curator Joanna Williams of the University of California, Berkeley, and produced by the Asian Art Museum to accompany the exhibition Princes, Palaces, and Passion, includes five original essays by leading scholars as well as detailed entries on each of the objects in the exhibition. Containing 170 full-color illustrations as well as a glossary, a bibliography, and an index, this book provides an authoritative overview of the varied arts of Mewar.
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Introduction Tushara Bindu Gude
Udaipur Nathadwara Basi Tryna Lyons
Artists of Mewar Joanna Williams
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Amar Singh Annals and Antiquities Approx artist Bagta and Chokha Bakhta Bappa Rawal Battle of Haldighati Bheru Bhim Singh bhopa century Chittaur Chokha clay color Court Painting deity Delhi depicted Dev Narayan Devgarh devotees divine Elvira Sidhu epic figures former kingdom Gallery of Victoria Ghasiram goddess Gokul gold on paper Goraji Hindu Howard Hodgkin icon images Indian inscription Jagat Singh Jain James Tod Karaji kavad Kaz Tsuruta Khemraj king kingdom of Mewar Komal Kothari Krishna Maharana Mughal Museum of Art Muslim narrative Nathadwara National Gallery Opaque watercolor Pabu Pabuji painter palace paper H performance phad photo by Kaz picture potters of Molela Prithviraj Prithviraj Raso Pushtimarg Rajasthan Rajput Ramayana Rana Pratap Raso ritual royal ruler San Diego Museum scene scroll Shri Nathji Shrilal Joshi shrine Sisodia storytelling style temple terracotta terracotta plaques Tod's Topsfield tradition Udaipur village watercolor and gold watercolor on paper worship