Buddhist Art in South-east Asia: The Indian Influence on the Art of Thailand

Reginald Le May

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The aim of this volume is to present a connected history of different forms of Buddhist art which flourished in South-East Asia, especially Thailand, from the early years of Christian era up to the end of the sixteenth century. The book thus furnishes for the first time, a connected and comprehensive account of the art of Thailand (or Siam, as previously known) and also intimately connected arts of India, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia and other neighbouring countries. In spite of the obscure history of Thailand and the dependence of its art on the other countries for inspiration, Dr. Le May has succeeded in putting together a reasoned and convincing account of over a period of 1500 years. As the origin of all the forms of Buddhist art found in South-East Asia are to be sought in India, it is essential to obtain a thorough knowledge of Indian Buddhist art as groundwork, which always had the remarkable capacity to adapt itself to the needs of every country, race and religion. Also, as the art of each and every one of these countries in South-East Asia is complimentary to the rest and a knowledge of each, such as this book provides, is indispensable to our understanding of the whole. The book also contains over 200 photographs selected to illustrate the different phases through which various art forms in Thailand have passed and also examples from India, Sri Lanka, Burma, Cambodia and Indonesia for comparison. It, thus not only interprets thoughts, theories, meanings and views on the origin, history, diffusion, structure and inter-relation, but also provides a guiding thread among the various styles and periods while giving an adequate and correct idea of the various schools and works of Buddhist art. Printed Pages: 188 with 208 halftone illustrations and 2 maps. Size: 22 Cms x 28 Cms. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Buddhist Art in South-east Asia: The Indian ...
Editorial: Aryan Books International
Año de publicación: 2004
Encuadernación: Hard Cover
Condición del libro: New
Edición: Reprint.

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Descripción Aryan Books International, New Delhi, India, 2004. Hard Cover. Condición: New. Estado de la sobrecubierta: New. Reprint. The aim of this volume is to present a connected history of different forms of Buddhist art which flourished in South-East Asia, especially Thailand, from the early years of Christian era up to the end of the sixteenth century. The book thus furnishes for the first time, a connected and comprehensive account of the art of Thailand (or Siam, as previously known) and also intimately connected arts of India, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia and other neighbouring countries. In spite of the obscure history of Thailand and the dependence of its art on the other countries for inspiration, Dr. Le May has succeeded in putting together a reasoned and convincing account of over a period of 1500 years. As the origin of all the forms of Buddhist art found in South-East Asia are to be sought in India, it is essential to obtain a thorough knowledge of Indian Buddhist art as groundwork, which always had the remarkable capacity to adapt itself to the needs of every country, race and religion. Also, as the art of each and every one of these countries in South-East Asia is complimentary to the rest and a knowledge of each, such as this book provides, is indispensable to our understanding of the whole. The book also contains over 200 photographs selected to illustrate the different phases through which various art forms in Thailand have passed and also examples from India, Sri Lanka, Burma, Cambodia and Indonesia for comparison. It, thus not only interprets thoughts, theories, meanings and views on the origin, history, diffusion, structure and inter-relation, but also provides a guiding thread among the various styles and periods while giving an adequate and correct idea of the various schools and works of Buddhist art. Printed Pages: 188 with 208 halftone illustrations and 2 maps. Size: 22 Cms x 28 Cms. Nº de ref. del artículo: 002882

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Descripción Aryan Books International, 2004. Hardcover. Condición: New. First edition. The aim of this volume is to present a connected history of different forms of Buddhist art which flourished in South-East Asia, especially Thailand, from the early years of Christian era up to the end of the sixteenth century. The book thus furnishes for the first time, a connected and comprehensive account of the art of Thailand (or Siam, as previously known) and also intimately connected arts of India, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia and other neighbouring countries. In spite of the obscure history of Thailand and the dependence of its art on the other countries for inspiration, Dr. le May has succeeded in putting together a reasoned and convincing account of over a period of 1500 years. As the origin of all the forms of Buddhist art found in South-East Asia are to be sought in India, it is essential to obtain a thorough knowledge of Indian Buddhist art as groundwork, which always had the remarkable capacity to adapt itself to the needs of every country, race and religion. Also, as the art of each and everyone of these countries in South-East Asia is complimentary to the rest and a knowledge of each, such as this book provides, is indispensable to our understanding of the whole. The book also contains over 200 photographs selected to illustrate the different phases through which various art forms in Thailand have passed and also examples from India, Sri Lanka, Burma, Cambodia and Indonesia for comparison. It, thus not only interprets thoughts, theories, meanings and views on the origin, history, diffusion, structure and inter-relation, but also provides a guiding thread among the various styles and periods while giving an adequate and correct idea of the various schools and works of Buddhist art. TABLE OF CONTENTS: LIMESTONE HEAD OF BUDDHA (Mon Type) frontispiece, FOREWORD, by SIR JOHN MARSHALL, Kt., C.LE., Litt.D., F.B.A., F.S.A, PREFACE, List of Illustrations, Chapter I Introductory II The Different Schools of Art in Siam III The Dvaravati (Mon-Indian) Period in Siam IV The Kingdom of Crivijaya and the Indo-Javanese School V Funan, and the Khmer Period in Siam VI The Khmer Period in Siam (continued) VII The Origins of the Tai and Relations with Burma VIII Further Relations with Burma and India, and the Rise of the Chiengsen School IX The Rise of the Tai in Siam and the Origin of the Suk`ot`ai School X The Suk`ot`ai School XI The Schools of U-T`ong, Lopburi (Tai) and Ayudhya BIBLIOGRAPHY: A. General B. Special C. List of Journals dealing with Far Eastern Art INDEX Two MAPS: (I) showing relations and sea-routes between India and the Indo-Chinese Peninsula (2) showing Siam and the adjoining countries Printed Pages: 188. Nº de ref. del artículo: 3452

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Descripción Aryan Books International, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condición: As New. Reprint. Contents Preface. 1. Introductory. 2. The different schools of art in Siam. 3. The Dvaravati (Mon Indian) period in Siam. 4. The kingdom of Crivijaya and the Indo Javanese school. 5. Funan and the Khmer period in Siam. 6. The Khmer period in Siam (continued). 7. The origins of the Tai and relations with Burma. 8. Further relations with Burma and India and the rise of the Chiengsen school. 9. The rise of the Tai in Siam and the origin of the Suk'ot'ai school. 10. The Suk'ot'ai school. 11. The schools of U T'ong Lopburi (Tai) and Ayudhya. Bibliography. Index. The aim of this volume is to present a connected history of different forms of Buddhist art which flourished in South East Asia especially Thailand from the early years of Christian era up to the end of the sixteenth century. The book thus furnishes for the first time a connected and comprehensive account of the art of Thailand (or Siam as previously known) and also intimately connected arts of India Burma Cambodia Indonesia and other neighbouring countries. In spite of the obscure history of Thailand and the dependence of its art on the other countries for inspiration Dr. Le May has succeeded in putting together a reasoned and convincing account of over a period of 1500 years. As the origin of all the forms of Buddhist art found in South East Asia are to be sought in India it is essential to obtain a thorough knowledge of Indian Buddhist art as groundwork which always had the remarkable capacity to adapt itself to the needs of every country race and religion. Also as the art of each and every one of these countries in South East Asia is complimentary to the rest and a knowledge of each such as this book provides is indispensable to our understanding of the whole. The book also contains over 200 photographs selected to illustrate the different phases through which various art forms in Thailand have passed and also examples from India Sri Lanka Burma Cambodia and Indonesia for comparison. It thus not only interprets thoughts theories meanings and views on the origin history diffusion structure and inter relation but also provides a guiding thread among the various styles and periods while giving an adequate and correct idea of the various schools and works of Buddhist art. 163 pp. Nº de ref. del artículo: 51258

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