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Art of India and Southeast Asia

Krannert Art Museum.

Art of India and Southeast Asia

an exhibition at the Krannert Art Museum, May 17 through June 14, 1964. [Catalogue]

by Krannert Art Museum.

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Published by College of Fine and Applied Arts, University of Illinois in Champaign .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Art, Indic -- Exhibitions.,
  • Art -- Southeast Asia -- Exhibitions.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreExhibitions.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN7301 .I4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination74 p.
    Number of Pages74
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21977410M
    LC Control Number64022709

    Art - India (1) India - Bengal (1) India - British India (11) South East Asia - Industry (1) Southeast Asia (31) very good copy. Published in conjunction with an exhibition held in New York and Illinois during The book covers the Buddhist art of Kashimir and the Western Himalayas.. More. Add to Cart. Price: $ AU. other.   The sale features a selection of works included in the landmark travelling exhibition of South Asian art, Sensuous Immortals, from the Collection of Dorothy and Richard Sherwood; three important Sri Lankan artworks, one featured in the same exhibition; a wide array of significant Himalayan material including a large and important 14 th th century gilt .

    2 days ago  Objective 3 Analyze the early art of India and Southeast Asia from the early culture of the Indus Valley through the founding of Buddhism and Hinduism, and the Mughal conquest on the later art of India and Southeast Asia. Southeast Asian arts - Southeast Asian arts - Indian tradition: The second major tradition was initially received in various parts of the region from the Indian subcontinent about the 1st millennium ce. The influence of Indian Hindu-Buddhist civilization came to be found almost everywhere except for the remote and forested mainland interior, most of Borneo and .

    The Museum’s collections of Asian art span nearly five millennia and encompass the cultures of China, the Himalayas, India, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. In , the Museum launched an initiative to create dedicated galleries for the collection, beginning with a . Southeast Asian arts - Southeast Asian arts - Textiles: Perhaps the types of folk art best known in the West are the textiles, especially batik and ikat. Both names refer to techniques practiced by different groups of people, who must have learned it from each other. Essentially Javanese but known in other islands, batik may have resulted from the imitation with dyes of South Indian .


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