MANOHAR KAUL & OTHERS (3 NO)
TRENDS IN INDIAN PAINTING – ANCIENT, MEDIEVAL,
By Manohar Kaul
New Delhi: Dhoomimal Ramchand, 1961
pp. xv, 232 with 58 tipped-in colour plates [many full-page] and 76
tipped-in b&w plates across the text
Lacks 2 plates of paintings by Satish Gujral [p. 200 and p. 201],
title of Husain’s painting on p. 199 torn, plates on p. 43 and p. 45
Size: 33 x 25.4 Cms.
Grey rexine with title embossed on cover
Condition: Fair. Covers soiled. Spine separated from cover. Pages
A rare and important study with more than half the book relating to
modern and contemporary Indian art, with bibliography and index.
The Studio magazine for October 1951, published in London
With the cover article titled THE PRESENT DAY ART OF INDIA
by A. S. Raman
A 9-page essay by the eminent art critic of his time with 16
Jamini Roy painting on cover
The Studio magazine for December 1959, published in London
With the cover article titled INDIAN FIGURATIVE PAINTERS by
A. S. Raman
A 7-page essay by the eminent art critic of his time with 11
Shiavax Chavda painting on cover
Fair. Covers soiled. Spine separated from cover. Pages somewhat brittle.
Item condition: Excellent33 x 25.4 Cms.