Amrita Sher-Gil Art and Life, A Reader
Yashodhara Dalmia
  • ISBN : 9780198098867
  • year : 2014
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Born to Indian and Hungarian parents, and trained in Paris, Amrita Sher-Gil (1913-1941) is considered an icon in the art world who left behind a rich legacy that blends elements from the West and the East. Bringing together essays by eminent art historians and scholars, and rare visuals from her life and of her paintings, this volume reflects on Amrita's brief but illustrious career and creates awareness about the greatness of her art. Suitable for: General readers, art lovers, Amrita Sher-Gil enthusiasts, and students and scholars of fine arts Related Products Bipolar Identity Bipolar Identity M.K. Raghavendra The Triumph of Modernism The Triumph of Modernism Partha Mitter Talking Architecture Talking Architecture Raj Rewal & Jahanbegloo Ramin Design Design John Heskett Film Film Michael Wood Bharatanatyam Bharatanatyam Davesh Soneji Oxford Anthology of Bhakti Literature Oxford Anthology of Bhakti Literature Andrew Schelling Art Theory Art Theory Cynthia Freeland Memory, Metaphor, Mutations Memory, Metaphor, Mutations Yashodhara Dalmia & Salima Hashmi Lives of the Artists Lives of the Artists Vasari Art History Art History Arnold Performing Women - Performing Womanhood Performing Women - Performing Womanhood Nandi Bhatia Beyond the Boundaries of Bollywood Beyond the Boundaries of Bollywood Rachel Dwyer & Jerry Pinto Stanley Kubrick's 2001 Stanley Kubrick's 2001 Robert Kolker A Socio-Political History of Marathi Theatre A Socio-Political History of Marathi Theatre Makarand Sathe Travels of Bollywood Cinema Travels of Bollywood Cinema Anjali Gera Roy & Chua Beng Huat arrowarrow Related categories Arts Share: