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Art of India: Prehistory to the Present
A Visual Tour Through the Rich History of the Indian Subcontinent
Through the medium of art, the history of India is presented with accuracy and emotion. Encyclopædia Britannica’s Art of India: Prehistory to the Present is a unique, visually arresting artistic timeline, written and compiled by world-renowned scholars and experts and edited by Dr. Frederick M. Asher of the University of Minnesota. Divided into three sections, this captivating book outlines the chronological development of visual art on the Indian subcontinent, describes the separate media of art, and contains a gazetteer with over 100 short articles on places of interest and famous art-world personalities.
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