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Cochin murals, collotype reproductions of the mural paintings of Cochin, based on photography; with explanatory text by V. R. Chitra and T. N. Srinivasan .and foreword by Sir R. K. Shanmukham Chettiar.Dewan of Cochin. Published under the special authority of His Highness the Maharajah of Cochin. Plate Volumes only.

Chitra, V.R. and Srinivasan , T.N.

Editorial: Bombay: New Book Co. (1940), 1940
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Title pages, list of plates for each volume. Contents: Vol I. 20 collotype plates dealing with Hindu mythology.--Vol II. 20 collotype plates depicting important scenes of the Ramayana. Issued in portfolio. Plates loosely inserted in a linen cloth-over-board case secured by two string ties. Condition: The case is a bit soiled , with evidence of damp on both front and rear. The title pages show mild acid-staining at their margins. One side of Vol. II's List of Plates is tanned.The upper and lower edges/margins of the plates show varying degrees of shallow and mild wear, with a few instances of small dampstains at two corners and the right midpoint (in Vol I.) , and along portions (ranging from approx 10 cm. to 15cm. on the upper (or right side, depending on the image orientation (in Vol. II). Aside from one plate in Vol. II, which shows some marginal creasing that extends almost imperceptibly into the image, the plate images, are clean, bright and unmarked. Please inquire regarding images showing representations of the defects described. Special shipping charges will apply for international delivery. "Five Hundred Copies of this Edition have been printed, of which One Hundred copies have been distributed, and the remaining Four Hundred Copies only, are now offered for sale to the public, of which this set numbers 267". Contents: List of Plates- I. Krishna Sporting with Gopis in Brindavana II. A Close Study of Some of the Gopis Portion of Plate III. Another Close Study of the Gopis of Plate I IV. Shiva and Parvati Ardhanareeswara and Durga in the Lower Panel V.Vishnu as Anantasayana Murti VI. Krishna Lifting the Govardana Hill VII. A Close Study of Women and Children of Plate VI Upper Panel, A Close Study of Cows and Calves of Plate VI Lower Panel, VIII. A Hunter Mauled by a Lion a Portion of Plate VI. Upper Panel, An Animal Study Portion of Plate XVII. Lower Panel IX.Cowboys Gopalas Taking Shelter Under the Govardana Hill, Portion of Plate VI X.A Pair of Antelopes Portion of Plate VI. Upper Panel, Lions at Play Portion of Plate Vi. Lower Panel, XI. Devi Worship, XII. Coronation of Rama XIII.Shiva and Parvati in Kailas XIV.A Close Study of Some Women and Narad Portion of Plate XIII Upper Panel A Close Study of the Face of Shiva and Parvati and the Tree Behind Plate XIII.Lower Panel XV.Subramania Portion of Plate XIII Upper Panel, Ganesh Portion of Plate XIII.Lower Panel XVI.Vishnu as Vaikuntanatha XVII.Shiva Sporting with Ganga and Surprised by Parvati XVIII.Animal Study Deer Portion of Plate XVII. XIX. Animal Study Wild Elephants Portion of Plate XVII. Upper Panel, Animal Study a Cow and Bull Portion of Plate XVII.Lower Panel XX. Animal Study a Brush Drawing of An Antelope Portion of Plate XVII.Upper Panel, Animal Study Monkeys Portion of Plate XVII.Lower Panel. Vol. II. List of Plates I.King Dasaratha Performing the Yaga and the Birth of Princes II. The Mother of the Heroes III.King Dasaratha Distributing the Payas to the Queens IV.Rama`s Departure for the Forest, Bharatha Meeting Him at Chitrakut and the Slaying of Viradha V.Rama, Sita and Lakshmana Crossing the Ganges in Guha`s Boat VI.Bharatha Entreating Rama to Return Back, VII.Rama Sitting with Sita, Rama and the Golden Deer and Ravana Begging Alma, Rama Chasing the Golden Deer IX.Ravana As a Sannyasi Begging Alms from Sita X.Ravana`s Fight with Jatayu XI.Rama and Sita at Panchavati XII.The Meeting of Sabri, the Oath of Friend with Sugriva XIII. Rama Pledging Lifelong Friendship with Sugriva XIV.Sabri Entertaining Rama with Fruits XX & XVI.The Fight Between Rama and Ravana XVII. The Fight Between Rama and Kumbhakarna XVIII.Hanuman`s Meeting with Surasa XIX.The Waking of Kumbhakarna XX.THe Ordeal of Sita. REPRESENTATIVE SCANS WILL BE SUPPLIED UPON REQUEST. Special shipping charges will be required for delivery outside the United States. Please enquire for quotes. N° de ref. de la librería 14426

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Título: Cochin murals, collotype reproductions of ...

Editorial: Bombay: New Book Co. (1940)

Año de publicación: 1940

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Very Good +

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