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Painted songs : continuity and change in an Indian folk art

作者: Thomas Kaiser; Joan Clough; Karina Moschke; Universität Zürich. Völkerkundemuseum.
出版商: Stuttgart [Germany] : Arnoldsche Art Publishers, ©2012.
版本/格式:   圖書 : 英語所有版本和格式的總覽
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For over 2000 years and until just a few decades ago artists traveled throughout India, using painted picture scrolls to spread stories from the great Indian epics Mahabharata and Ramayana, as well as a wealth of stories about regional Gods and heroes and moral tales, amongst the mostly illiterate rural population. These artists were the creators and bearers of an art form which spread from India across China to  再讀一些...
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所有的作者/貢獻者: Thomas Kaiser; Joan Clough; Karina Moschke; Universität Zürich. Völkerkundemuseum.
ISBN: 9783897903661 3897903660
OCLC系統控制編碼: 823223033
語言註釋: Translated from the German.
注意: "This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Rollenspiel und Bildgesang - Geschichte und Geschichten bengalischer Bildrollen' at the Ethnographic Museum of the University of Zurich, 1 September 2012-3 March 2013"--Title page verso.
描述: 192 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps, portraits, facsimiles ; 31 cm
内容: Heaven and earth --
Indian pictures and picture scrolls --
Asian picture scroll traditions --
The jadopatia --
The patua --
Tradition and change --
Scroll paintings. The picture scroll as object ; Sins, death and hell ; The Santal creation myth ; Gods and legends ; Recent changes.
其他題名: Rollenspiel und Bildgesang.
Bildrollen.
責任: Thomas Kaiser ; [translation German-English, Joan Clough ; maps, Karina Moschke].

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