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The Art of Jamini Roy

Calcutta: The Birla Academy of Art and Culture. 4to (24x26.5cm), 60pp, 24 color plates, in original pictorial binding, good condition.

A Centenary Volume.


Rabindranath Tagore, A Centenary Volume

Calcutta: Tagore Centenary Citizens Committee, 1961. First Edition, 4to (16x24cm), 101pp, paperback binding with dust jacket. Good condition.


25 Portraits of Rabindranath Tagore

Calcutta: Visva Bharati, 1951. First Edition, 4to (21.5x28cm),  25 Photographs of Rabindranath Tagore, recent full leather binding, title in gilt on spine, good condition.


Rabindranath Tagore, A 125th Birth Anniversary Volume

Calcutta: Shri Pritindra Krishna Bhattacharya, Government of West Bengal, Department of Information & Cultural Affairs, 1988. First Edition, 4to (17x25.5cm), 125pp, 19 plates, in original cloth binding with dust jacket, good condition.


Abanindranath Tagore Paintings

Calcutta: A. N. Tagore Birth Centenary Committee. 1972. Folio (38x31cm), 24 plates, in original canvas folder.

 Abanindranath Tagore was born on August 7 1871 at Jorasanko the residence of the Tagore family in Calcutta. He grew up in an atmosphere vibrant with cultural activities in every field literature music painting and drama. At the request of his uncle Rabindranath Abanindranath illustrated his uncle's poems which were published in Sadhana Magazine. Abanindranath was drawn to the Vaisnava Lyrics and started painting episodes from Krishna Lila in the Indian technique 1895. Apart from painting and sculpture Abanindranath was also a very distinguished writer.


Jewels of the Nizams By Bharath Ramamrutham Usha R. Bala Krishnan

The first-ever study of one of the most outstanding collections of gemstones and jewellery of a fabulously wealthy dynasty of India that ruled the Deccan for seven generations.
Mukherjee, B.N.

Album of Art Treasures No. III, Kalighat Patas

Calcutta: Indian Museum, 1987. 4to (23.5x28.5cm), 15pp, 12 plates, in original pictorial binding. Paintings and Drawings of The Kalighat Style.

Ambalal, Amit

Krishna As Shrinathji Rajasthani Paintings from Nathdvara

Ahmedabad: Mapin Publishing, 1995. 4to (30x22cm), 176pp, 126 colour photographs, map, glossary and bibliography, in original hard binding with dust jacket, good condition.

In the 15th century, perhaps as a reaction to the increasingly ascetic direction in which Hinduism was going, there was born in Vraja, in North India, a new offset of Krishna worship called Pushti Marga, the Path of Grace.

The founder, Vallabhacharya, stressed worship through the joys of life and living, and devotion to Krishna as the royal child Shrinathji through song, dance, dress, decoration and painting. The Paintings constitute the Nathdvara school so named because the image of Shrinathji is enshrined in a temple in Nathdvara, Rajasthan.

With over 120 colour reproductions, this book is the first major work on the subject. Says the well-known art historian Ratan Parimoo, "The books is a valuable study of a sub-school of Rajasthani painting linking it with other Indian styles of painting from the British Colonial period. Till now this school had only been associated with pichhvais on attention to the exquisite miniatures on paper in their true religious context."

Anand, Ashish

Manifestations III 100 Artists, from the Delhi Art Gallery Collection

New Delhi: Delhi Art Gallery, 2005. First Edition, 4to (24x23.5cm), 300pp, in original hard cover binding, nice condition.

Anand, Mulk Raj

Album of Indian Paintings

New Delhi: National Book Trust, 1973. First Edition, 4to (28x22cm), 162pp with numerous black and white illustrations, in original cloth binding, title in gilt on spine.

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