3 edition of guide to the Indian miniature found in the catalog.
guide to the Indian miniature
National Museum of India.
|Other titles||Indian miniature.|
|Statement||Pramod Ganpatye ; editor, R.R.S. Chauhan.|
|Contributions||Ganpatye, Pramod., Chauhan, R. R. S.|
|LC Classifications||ND1337.I5 N368 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||94905087|
There already existed a Muslim school of miniature painting in India during the medieval ages which the Mughals overthrew closer to the 16th century. Mughal miniature painting was a unique blend of Indian, Persian and Islamic styles. The illustrations of these manuscripts depicted the Mughal kings as hunters and conquerors, or engaging in ceremony. The themes of the miniature are generally inspired by paintings commissioned centuries ago by Indian Emperors. Initially, the sketch is prepared by the artist on a smooth surface of a paper in light blue or reddish-brown ink. This primary sketch is drawn in soft lines suggesting only the outlines of the figures.
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A Guide to the Indian Miniature. by Pramod Ganpatye. Description. From the Introduction: The art of painting has been a medium of both expression and communication from the earliest known guide to the Indian miniature book of history.
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Spanning eight centuries of Indian art, this brilliantly produced and annotated work introduces the Western reader to the richness of Indian miniature paintings. In an extensive commentary, W. Archer discusses the role of the miniature in Indian thought, relates it to Moslem and European paintings, and traces its curious path between extreme realism to total stylization.
Indian miniature is an art form that developed during the Mughal period in India during the 16thth centuries. It started as decorative elements in sacred and secular manuscripts, but then it became it’s own style. It is influenced by various arts that were already there during the time.
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