{Free ePUB} City Palace Museum, Udaipur: Paintings of Mewar Court Life (Museums of India) [Idioma Inglés]Author Andrew Topsfield – Hometrainer-tests.de

Among the museum s varied collections is an outstanding group of unusually large pictures of court life that were painted at Udaipur from arounduntil as late as the s Ambitiously conceived and teeming with lively detail, these scenes of durbar assemblies, state processions, hunting expeditions, elephant fights, festivals and other royal pastimes are without parallel in Indian painting of the period They vividly evoke a courtly way of life that has now disappeared As works of art, they reveal the resilient imagination of the traditional Mewar artists under the influences of the Mughal school and later of Western art and photography Almost unknown until the first publication of this volume in , these remarkable paintings are here fully discussed and illustrated in colour NOTA El libro no est en espa ol, sino en ingl s


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  1. David Brookes David Brookes says:

    The book does as it describes provides a visual account of court life as described through the beautiful and evocative court paintings throughout Udaipur s history.The images are reproduced full colour, many in full page or on double page spread, with numerous close ups of the interesting bits It s a large size volume so I doubt this would disappoint anyone.There are some well informed paragraphs accompanying every picture, most of which include some interesting asides about how the people are dressed, what they re carrying, symbolism of events, historical anecdotes, quotes on the subject matter by other authors or from first hand accounts, and where possible lists of names of the people depicted in the paintings often even the names of the elephants I learned a fair bit about Rajistani culture from the book, than expected.A very beautiful, colourful book I can t think of how this could be improved.9 10David BrookesAuthor of Half Discovered WIngs