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Published: 01 October 2019
Figure 14. Caṅkrama image of Śrāvastī, a gift of the monk Bala. H. 248 cm. Indian Museum (A25028). Photograph: Wikimedia Commons. Figure 14. Caṅkrama image of Śrāvastī, a gift of the monk Bala. H. 248 cm. Indian Museum (A25028). Photograph: Wikimedia Commons. More
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Published: 01 October 2018
Manjunath Kamath (Indian; b. 1972), Almost There , 2016. Gouache on silk, 213.36 × 213.36 cm. Art Institute of Chicago, 2016.317a-g. Restricted gift of the Friends of Indian and Islamic Art (FIIA) at the Art Institute of Chicago. Manjunath Kamath (Indian; b. 1972), Almost There, 2016. Gouache on More
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Published: 01 October 2017
5. Shreyas Karle (Indian, b. 1981), Museum Shop of Fetish Objects , 2012. Installation of thirty-two multimedia objects, dimensions variable. Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, 2015.41.1–.32. Museum purchase. 5. Shreyas Karle (Indian, b. 1981), Museum Shop of Fetish Objects, 2012. Installation More
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Published: 01 October 2017
60. Faizallah (Indian, active 18th c.), Bhils Hunting by Night , India, Awadh School, ca. 1760. Opaque pigments with gold on paper, with blue and buff outer borders, 36.2 × 27 cm. Princeton University Art Museum, 2016–51. Museum purchase, Hugh Leander Adams, Mary Trumbull Adams and Hugh More
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Archives of Asian Art (2020) 70 (2): 173–197.
Published: 01 October 2020
... monuments survive from this nascent stage of structural North Indian temple architecture, and the Muṇḍeśvarī temple is intriguing because it is an anomaly in terms of its size, composition, and the shape of its plan. This study argues that the Muṇḍeśvarī temple has been misdated, and presents a systematic...
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Archives of Asian Art (2020) 70 (1): 1–21.
Published: 01 April 2020
...Jos Gommans Abstract Questions arising from the so-called Brooklyn kalamkari , a seven-panel, hand-painted cotton textile, have confronted art historians for decades: what do we see, who produced it for whom, what does it mean? With royal court scenes from all over the Indian Ocean world, the...
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Archives of Asian Art (2017) 67 (1): 25–59.
Published: 01 April 2017
...Molly Emma Aitken Abstract Nineteenth-century court painters in India's princely states reconfigured traditional portraiture to address British, Indian courtly and local values and conventions. At Bikaner, a father and son, Rahim and Chotu, experimented with a number of different styles and...
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Archives of Asian Art (2017) 67 (2): 189–208.
Published: 01 October 2017
... the careful planning of this site would have involved the collaboration of Indian and Iranian nobility, architects, and painters. Copyright © 2017 Asia Society 2017 Deccan architecture Islamic calligraphy talismans text and image Ni‘matullāh Sufi Timurid The existence of my...
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Published: 01 October 2020
Figure 18. Śiva temple, Indōr, Madhya Pradesh, 750–775 ce . Photograph: American Institute of Indian Studies. Figure 18. Śiva temple, Indōr, Madhya Pradesh, 750–775 ce. Photograph: American Institute of Indian Studies. More
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Published: 01 October 2019
Figure 6. Bas-relief from the railings for the Bhārhut Stūpa, showing a “triangular caṅkramaṇa. ” Indian Museum, Kolkata. From Coomaraswamy, La sculpture de Bharhut , pl. 28, fig. 71. Figure 6. Bas-relief from the railings for the Bhārhut Stūpa, showing a “triangular caṅkramaṇa.” Indian More
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Published: 01 October 2019
Figure 23. Buddha's visit to Kapilavastu, discovery of the Kaṅkālī Mound, Mathurā. L. 45.7 cm. Lucknow Museum (J.531). Photograph: Center for Art and Archaeology, American Institute of Indian Studies. Figure 23. Buddha's visit to Kapilavastu, discovery of the Kaṅkālī Mound, Mathurā. L. 45.7 cm More
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Published: 01 October 2019
Figure 5. Bas-relief from the railings for the Bhārhut Stūpa, showing a caṅkramaṇa . Indian Museum, Kolkata. From Coomaraswamy, La sculpture de Bharhut , pl. 42, fig. 145. Figure 5. Bas-relief from the railings for the Bhārhut Stūpa, showing a caṅkramaṇa. Indian Museum, Kolkata. From More
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Published: 01 April 2019
Figure 21. Nāga from Chargaon, second century ce (Huviṣka year 40). Government Museum Mathura, Mathura, India. Photograph: American Institute of Indian Studies (AIIS). Figure 21. Nāga from Chargaon, second century ce (Huviṣka year 40). Government Museum Mathura, Mathura, India. Photograph More
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Published: 01 April 2019
Figure 29. The conversion of Apalāla nāga , Gandhara, first–third century ce . Indian Museum Kolkata, Kolkata, India. Photograph: Robert DeCaroli, 1997. Figure 29. The conversion of Apalāla nāga, Gandhara, first–third century ce. Indian Museum Kolkata, Kolkata, India. Photograph: Robert More
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Published: 01 October 2018
Embroidered Section of a Jain Pata , India, seventeenth– eighteenth century. Silk satin with silk and metallic-wrapped embroidery, 124.5 × 53.3 cm. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2017-174-1. Purchased with the Stella Kramrisch Fund for Indian and Himalayan Art, 2017. Embroidered Section of a Jain More
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Published: 01 October 2019
Figure 4. Bas-relief from the railings for the Bhārhut Stūpa, a donation of Bharanideva showing a maṇḍapa that cloisters an oblong terrace, presumably the Caṅkramaṇa at Mahābodhi. Indian Museum, Kolkata. From Coomaraswamy, La sculpture de Bharhut , pl. 32, fig. 87. Figure 4. Bas-relief More
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Published: 01 October 2018
Qur’an , India, fifteenth century. Ink and opaque watercolor on paper with later leather and cardboard binding. Folio 31 × 21.5 cm. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2017-232-1. Purchased with funds contributed by members of the Committee for South Asian Art, and the Stella Kramrisch Fund for Indian and More
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Published: 01 October 2020
Jugāl Kiśor temple, Vṛndāvan, Uttar Pradesh, 1627; (f) the Viṣṇupad temple, Gayā, Bihar, 1787; (g) plan of Muṇḍeśvarī from 1812. Adapted from the plan of Muṇḍeśvarī by Neuss, “Temple of Muṇḍeśvarī,” fig. 4; Meister, Dhaky, and Deva , Encyclopaedia of Indian Temple Architecture, Vol. II, North India More
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Archives of Asian Art (2009) 59 (1): 1–5.
Published: 01 April 2009
... underscore the irreconcilable religious ings signaled a more sustained and less confrontational (and political) divide between the Islamic and Indic cul- interaction between ‘‘Hindu’’ workers and their new tural spheres of South Asia. In modern India baleful ‘‘Muslim’’ patrons. Meister’s command of Indian...
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Archives of Asian Art (2008) 58 (1): 87–111.
Published: 01 April 2008
... County Museum of Art he genesis of this study is a March 2007 Los Angeles which objected to the deaccession on the basis of the TTimes article1 on an Indian stone sculpture of Uma¯- sculpture’s art-historical importance, was sent to the Mahes´vara (Figs. 1, 1A) in the Los Angeles County Mu...