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The Oriental world: India and South-East Asia

Author: Jeannine Auboyer; Roger Goepper
Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill [1967]
Series: Landmarks of the world's art.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeannine Auboyer; Roger Goepper
OCLC Number: 255315
Description: 176 pages illustrations, maps (on lining papers), color plates 30 cm.
Contents: India and South-East Asia --
Introduction --
The early history of India --
Trade and barter --
Religion: the basis of society, Vedism, and Brahmanism --
Buddhism and Brahmanism --
Art as the reflection of civilisation --
Prehistory, protohistory, and early history --
The great protohistoric cities --
The end of protohistory --
Early history --
The Maurya dynasty --
The appearance of monumental art --
Ancient schools and transitional styles --
History --
Art, architecture, and sculpture --
The dynasty of the Kushans in the north --
The kingdoms of the Deccan --
Transitional styles --
The types of the buddha --
Diversity and similarity of styles --
The classical styles: Gupta, post-Gupta, and Pala-Sena --
History: the height of Indian culture --
Gupta and post-Gupta styles --
The Pala style --
The medieval period --
History --
The development of art: forms in architecture --
Sculpture --
Muslim art --
The Muslim conquest --
The minor arts --
Book illustration --
Relations with Europe --
Decline and reciprical influences --
Conclusion: The governing laws of the Indian character --
Appendix: The influence of India in South-East Asia --
China, Korea, and Japan --
Introduction --
China --
The archaic phase --
The unified state and the period of disunion --
The classic age of the Sui and T'ang dynasties --
The five dynasties and the Sung period --
The recent period: from the Mongol period until the present time --
Korea --
Japan --
Prehistoric Japan --
The Asuka and Nara periods --
The Heian period --
The Kamakura period --
The Muromachi and Momoyama periods --
The Edo period.
Series Title: Landmarks of the world's art.
Responsibility: [by] Jeannine Auboyer. China, Korea, and Japan [by] Roger Goepper.

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