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Guler Painting

Guler Painting
$31.00
Item Code: NAB117
Author: M.S. Randhawa and D.S.Randhawa
Publisher: Publications Division, Government of India
Language: English
Edition: 1982
ISBN:
Pages: 60 (Col. iIlus : 19 & B&W illus: 5)
Cover: Hardcover
Other Details: 11" x 8.9"

Guler painting is the early phase of Kangra Kalam. About the middle of the eighteenth century some Hindu artists trained in Mughal style sought the patronage of the Rajas of Guler in the Kangra Valley. There they developed a style of painting which has a delicacy and a spirituality of feeling. The Guler artists had the colors of the dawn and the rainbow on their palette.

Contents

LIST OF ILLUSTRATION
CHAPTER ONE THE PUNJAB HILL STATES LAND PEOPLE AND THEIR CULTURE
CHAPTER TWO THE MUGHAL BASE
CHAPTER THREE GULER THE BIRTH-PLACE OF A NEW STYLE OF PAINTING
CHAPTER FOUR GULER PAINTING AT BASOHLI
CHAPTER FIVE GULER PAINTING AT CHAMBA
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
  
Sample Pages






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