Lalit Kala Akademi. 10.5 x 13.5", 55 pp., 1 color plate, fully illustrated with b/w plates, footnotes, reviews, paper, New Delhi, 1977. (o.p.; wear to spine, some wear to cover edges, text vvg, ex Alvin O. Bellak library). Item #24676
Contents: Dancing Kali and Other Early Chola Bronzes by R. Nagaswamy A Unique Pallava Bronze from Pattamangalam by R. Nagaswamy Dhanada-Kubera of THe Vishnudharmottara Purana and Some Images from North- West India by Pratapaditya Pal Some More Mansur Drawings by Asok Kumar Das Terracottas from Lauriya-Nandangarh in the Indian Museum, Calcutta by Samir Kumar Mukhopadhyay A Sculptures Frieze from Kanheri by Sadashiv Gorakshkar Notes: A note on Nisumbhasudani installed by Vijayalaya Chola in Tanjore by R. Nagaswamy; A note on Two Metal Images in the Madras Museum by V. N. Srinivasa Desikan; An Early Bengal Vinadhara Siva by Ajit Ghose; Further Sculptures from North Bengal by Adris Banerji; Erukkampattu- Ranganatha Temple and its Sculptures by S. R. Balasubrahmanyam Reviews: Wall Painting from Amber. Douglas Barrett; The Bhagavata Purana in Kangra Painting. Douglas Barrett; Stone Sculpture in the Prince of Wale Museum. Douglas Barrett; The Development of Style in Indian Painting. Douglas Barrett; An Illustrated Aranyaka Parvan in the Asiatic Society of Bombay. Douglas Barrett; Journal of the Indian Society of Oriental Art. K.J.K.; Iconography of Visnu. K.J.K.; A Guide to The Bronze Gallery of the Madras Museum. K.J.K.; Kangra Ragamala Paintings. K.J.K.; New Light on The Sun Temple of Konarka. K.J.K.; Shri Thyagaraja Temple, Thiruvarur. K.J.K.; Damilica. K.J.K.; Islamic Art, The Nasli Heeramaneck Collection. K.J.K.; Mahabalipuram Studies. K.J.K.; Album of Indian Painting. K.J.K.; Indian Paintings from the Punjab Hills. K.J.K.; Chitralaksana. K.J.K.