Mapin catalogue 2011- 2012

1,325 views

Published on

The new, recent, forthcoming and backlist from Mapin Publishing. Celebrate India with a Mapin book!

0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,325
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
3
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
33
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Mapin catalogue 2011- 2012

  1. 1. MAPIN PUBLISHINGPublishers of quality books on art, culture and literature of India Catalogue 2011 | 2012 Mapin Art | MapinLit | Children’s Books
  2. 2. ContentsNew And Forthcoming • Indian Art in Detail 18 • An Unreasoned Act of Being 23• The Imperial Image 3 • The Indian Portrait 16 • The Vaikuntha Perumal Temple at• Kalighat Paintings 4 • Jewels on the Crescent 18 Kanchipuram 10• The Last Harvest 1 • Khunti Korai 21 • Victorious Ones 16• Modernism in India: Architecture • Krishen Khanna: Images in My • Vijayanagara 20 of Shivdatta Sharma 6 Time 22 • Vishnu 11• Modernism in India: Art, • Krishen Khanna: The Embrace of • Vision from the Inner Eye 20 Architecture and Furniture of Aditya Love 22 • A Vision of Splendour 20 Prakash 7 • Krishna’s Cosmos 24 • The Waterhouse Albums 20• The Purple Lotus 5 • Le Corbusier: Chandigarh and the • Yankee India 21• The Relationship between Science Modern City 19 • Zen of Seeing 21 and Art 8 • Lines from an Artistic Life 24• Wonder of the Age 2 • Living Traditions in Indian Art 11 MapinLit • The Marshall Albums 20 • An ABC of Indian Culture 26 • Memorials of the Jeypore Exhibition • Black Wind 27Mapin Art 1883—Volume 1 16 • Clay Cures 26• Alternate Lyricism 24 • Mosques of Cochin 19 • Devi 26• The Art of Adimoolam 22 • Moving Pictures 21 • The Eternal Spring 27• The Artful Pose 20 • The Mucukunda Murals 10 • The Gathas of Zarathushtra 26• Banaras: Manu Parekh 23 • Museums of Rajasthan 16 • Going to Wipe their Tears 26• Bhuj 19 • New Narratives 23 • Jamali-Kamali 27• Bhupen Khakhar 24 • Ootacamund 14 • Kan 28• The Biodiversity of India 24 • Painted Photographs 20 • Letters for Paul 28• The Body Adorned 17 • Paintings of the Razmnama 18 • The Mahabharata 27• Camera Chronicles of Homai • Paritosh Sen 23 Vyarawalla 20 • Mission to Kabul 28 • Parvati 18• Chola Migrations 23 • Movement in Stills 26 • The Passion of Nikhil Biswas 22• The City Palace Museum Udaipur 18 • Neon Fish in Dark Water 28 • Poppo Pingel 15• The Dancer on the Horse 23 • Rain 27 • Power and Resistance 14• Daughters of India 21 • Slivers of a Mirror 27 • Raja Ravi Varma 13• Delight in Design 17 • Spoonful of Grey 28 • Rooted Landscapes 12• Dictionary of Indian Art & Artists 22 • Sufism and Beyond 26 • Royal Tombs of India 19• Elephant Kingdom 17 • The Suragi Tree 28 • Sacred Spaces 19• The Eyes of the Thar 22 • Sensibility Objectified 22• Feet and Footwear in Indian Children’s Books • Sojourns of a Painter 22 Culture 17 • The Adventures of Rama 30 • Sonabai 21• Feminine Fables 24 • Captured in Miniature 31 • South Indian Paintings 16• The Flute and the Lotus 18 • How the Firefly Got Its Light 30 • Symbolic Heat 21• Francis Newton Souza 23 • In the Indian Night Sky 31 • Temple Potters of Puri 15• Geet Govinda 18 • The Kidnapping of Amir Hamza 31 • Textiles and Dress of Gujarat 12• Gifts of Conquerors 17 • Monkey Tales 31 • Traces of India 19• Gifts of Earth 17 • Rajah: King of the Jungle 31 • Treasures of National Gallery of• The Great Procession 23 • The Traveller, the Tiger, and the Modern Art 13• Himalayan Vignettes 21 Very Clever Jackal 31 • Treasures of the Albert Hall• I See No Stranger 18 Museum, Jaipur 16
  3. 3. The Last Harvest A RT Paintings of Rabindranath Tagore Edited by R Siva Kumar Rabindranath Tagore (1861–1941) is one of India’s best known cultural icons. He was an influential national figure of India, whose genius has transcended boundaries. Besides being a poet, he was a novelist, a writer of short stories and plays, a composer of songs, an essayist, and a philosopher. Painting was the last art form to enter his rich creative life. In mid-20th century, Rabindranath was the first Indian artist to be extensively exhibited in the west. This publication is produced in conjunction with three travelling exhibitions of Rabindranath Tagore’s paintings, organized as part of India’s National Commemoration of 150th Birth Anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore, by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. The exhibitions are travelling to eight cities across the world. Along with over 200 works by Rabindranath, this unique volume brings together essays by leading scholars from around the world, which lend insight into Rabindranath Tagore as a painter as well as locate his paintings within the larger framework of his multifaceted creative work. R Siva Kumar is an art historian and curator. He is Professor of Art History at Visva-Bharati in Santiniketan. He has written extensively on modern Indian Art and is the author of more than ten books. with contributions from France Bhattacharya, Uma Das Gupta, Martin Kampchen, Lars-Christian Koch, Rajeev Lochan, Kris K. Manjapra, Kathleen O’Connell and William Radice. NEw 240 pages 235 illustrations 9 x 12” (229 x 304mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-61-4 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-935677-18-5 (Grantha) 2500 | $65 | £40 | ¤45 October 2011 World Rights Published in association withNational Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi 1 www.mapinpub.com
  4. 4. Wonder of the Age A RT Master Painters of India 1100–1900 John Guy and Jorrit Britschgi This vividly illustrated publication features 110 works by many of the most eminent painters in the history of Indian art. These remarkable paintings, dating from 1100 to 1900, were selected according to identifiable artists, and they refute the long-held view of anonymous authorship in Indian art. Traditionally, Indian paintings have been classified by regional styles or dynastic periods, with an emphasis on subject matter. Stressing the combined tools of connoisseurship and inscriptional evidence, the pioneering research reflected in this book has identified 40 individual artists and their oeuvres through the analysis of style. The introductory essay outlines the origins of early Indian painting of the first millennium, which set the scene for the development of the art of the book. The sections that follow examine manuscript painting as it evolved from palm-leaf to paper, the emergence of traditional painting as an independent art form, and its demise with the coming of photography. Biographies of the artists and a glossary of their major literary sources provide valuable context. The book is a companion volume to the exhibition on display at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, from September 2011 to January 2012, prior to which it was at Museum Rietberg. John Guy is Florence and Herbert Irving Curator of the Arts of South and Southeast Asia, Department of Asian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Jorrit Britschgi is Curator of Indian Painting, Museum Rietberg, Zurich. NEw 224 pages 165 illustrations, 3 maps 9.25 x 10.25” (235 x 267mm), hcISBN: 978-81-89995-60-7 (Mapin) 2100 | $45 | £30 | ¤32 September 2011 South Asia Published in association with The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2
  5. 5. The Imperial Image A RT Paintings for the Mughal Court Milo Cleveland Beach Books have been treasured for centuries in the Islamic world, as precious objects worthy of royal admiration. This was especially true in Muslim India, where generations of Mughal emperors commissioned and collected volumes of richly illuminated manuscripts and lavishly illustrated folios. They assembled workshops of the leading artists and calligraphers to produce the books that filled their extensive libraries. Today, those works remain a vibrant part of India’s cultural and artistic history in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In this revised and expanded edition of his popular 1981 book, Dr Milo Beach presents the superb collection of Mughal painting in the Freer Gallery of Art. He adds many of the outstanding works that entered the collection with the opening of the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in 1987. Together, the Freer and Sackler Galleries, the Smithsonian’s museums of Asian art, have the distinction of being one of the world’s leading repositories of Mughal art. An introductory essay examines the Mughal art of the book and traces the contributions of a succession of rulers in Muslim India. Brief artist biographies and an extensive bibliography complete this updated volume. Milo Cleveland Beach, a museum director, teacher, and scholar of Indian painting, has written, lectured, and organized exhibitions internationally on paintings from Rajasthan and the Mughal court. FORTHCOMING 232 pages 264 illustrations 9.9 x 12.5” (252 x 318mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-62-1 (Mapin)ISBN: 978-1-935677-16-1 (Grantha) 3500 | $75 | £46 | ¤52 2012 World Rights 3 www.mapinpub.com
  6. 6. Kalighat Paintings A RT Edited by Suhashini Sinha and Professor C Panda Kalighat painting evolved as a unique painting style in the rapidly urbanizing cityscape of 19th-century Kolkata. Reflecting a new language, these paintings recorded the changes in lifestyles, values, and a new visual vocabulary brought forth by lithographic presses and studio photography. The artists who developed the Kalighat painting style were traditional scroll painters (patuas). In catering to the transient, urban populace, the artists let go of their linear narrative styles and adopted single pictures with one or two figures. The traditionally inherited techniques and iconography were blended with the use of watercolours and western academic shading, to show frames of a changing society. This volume accompanies the touring ‘Kalighat Paintings’ exhibition organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London in collaboration with the Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata in late 2011. The V&A, London holds the single largest collection of Kalighat paintings, and this is the first exhibition of the collection in India. Best examples from the two collections, and also contemporary Kalighat paintings are illustrated in this book. Supporting essays reveal the importance of these collections, highlight the era in which this painting thrived, and the techniques that were used by the artists. Suhashini Sinha is Assistant Curator at the V&A, London. Prof. C Panda is Secretary and Curator of Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata. with contributions from Piyasi Bharasa, Dr Lucio Burgio, Jyotindra Jain and Mike Wheeler. NEw 112 pages 153 illustrations8.27 x 9.65” (245 x 210mm), flexicover ISBN: 978-81-89995-66-9 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-935677-21-5 (Grantha) 995 | $25 | £14.99 | ¤17.50 November 2011 World Rights Published in association with V&A Publishing 4
  7. 7. The Purple Lotus FICT ION and Other Stories Ratna Rao Shekar Thirteen stories that are vignettes of life: of men and women who love, dream, and more importantly, who move with the natural ebb of life. Can someone you met on a transatlantic flight be your soul mate? why is it that two people fail to connect in any meaningful way despite their best intentions and efforts? How can a young boy come to terms with the fact that his dead father is never going to come back? what of the ailing man who can’t stop thinking of the young girl who was a part of his youthful fantasy? How does a conservatively brought-up Indian girl living in Manhattan deal with a live- in partner? These and other refreshing stories from this debut collection explore the finer aspects of love, longing, regrets of failed connections, in ways that the reader will identify with. Set in different cities and towns across the country and across countries, these are journeys of relationships, migrations, and anticipation. with engaging moments drawn from memories and fantasies, the stories try to make sense of past and present, of cultural roots and the demands of modern life, and of the passage of time when you want to keep it within grasp. Ratna Rao Shekar is the Editor of Housecalls and Wow! Hyderabad magazines, both of which she helped found. Ratna has written for publications in India and abroad on subjects as varied as art and heritage, and she has travelled extensively. NEw 124 pages5.5 x 8” (140 x 203mm), pb with gatefold ISBN: 978-81-89995-59-1 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-935677-17-8 (Grantha) 275 | $12 | £8.95 | €10.50 January 2012 World Rights 5 www.mapinpub.com
  8. 8. Modernism in India Series Architecture of Shivdatt Sharma A RC HI T E CTU R E Vikramāditya Prakāsh Shivdatt Sharma (b. 1931) is one of the most prolific of the Indian modernist architects. His architecture is a distinct blend of the core principles of modernism interpreted through the lens of contemporary Indian realities. Beginning as an architect in the Chandigarh Capital Project Team led by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret, Sharma subsequently went on to work on his own with the Indian Space Research Organization. He then went into private practice. This well-illustrated book documents Sharma’s work from the early days, when it was a part of the experimental and innovative ethos of Chandigarh, to the present. He has designed for a range of public and private clients across the world. Along with a portfolio of selected works, this book includes critical essays, interviews and a chronology of projects. Dr Vikramāditya Prakāsh is an authority on modernism and Indian architecture. He teaches at the University of Washington, Seattle and is the Director of the Chandigarh Urban Lab. FORTHCOMING 176 pages 40 colour and 100 b&w Nisit eu faccum iure vulput iuscipsum quipsuscil in eliqui tate consed tatis nullam zzrilluptat praesenit at inibh eumsan vel ut nos ad endre magnibh elit dolorti onulput praesen issectem do commy nis niamet prat accum ea alit dolore voluptat praesequi tat, quam, quis nibh enit lutate venit alit ullaorp ercilit dolobore modip esequam conulla mcommy nummy nim photographs, 50 b&w drawings veraessisse min hent ipit dolendio core mod tatueros nosto etuerat praesto et del dolesto elenit estis ero et dolor sectem illam, consed diat aliquisit ullan vulput adit, conulput velit, quatet dolor alis dio con ullamconsed tie faccumsan velis ero diam, sed magna facidui ea con eu facing et ero odit luptatue magna faccum dolortie tat. Ut atet iustin hent lore et, se doloreet at. Ro ex exer si. 8.5 x 11” (216 x 280 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-67-6 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-935677-22-2 (Grantha) 1500 | $45 | £29 | ¤34 2012 World Rights 6
  9. 9. Modernism in India Series Art, Architecture and Furniture of A RC HI T E CTU R E Aditya Prakash Vikramāditya Prakāsh A renaissance man of Indian modernism, Aditya Prakash (1923–1988) trained as an architect in London and also studied at the Glasgow School of Art. His buildings adhered to the strictest principles of modernism as adapted to the Indian climatic and living conditions. His work in all forms is characterized by rigorous authenticity and directness. He began his career as an architect in the Chandigarh Capital Project and later went to work for the Punjab Agricultural University before he became the principal of the Chandigarh College of Architecture. Besides practising architecture, Prakash was a prolific painter, sculptor, furniture designer, stage set-designer, poet and public speaker. As an academic, his first love was sustainable urbanism. He published two books and several papers on the subject. This book traces the width of Prakash’s career and obsessions, and includes critical essays, interviews and a chronology of works, along with lavish illustrations of a portfolio of select works. Dr Vikramāditya Prakāsh is an authority on modernism and Indian architecture. He teaches at the University of Washington, Seattle and is the Director of the Chandigarh Urban Lab. FORTHCOMING 176 pages 40 colour and 100 b&w Nisit eu faccum iure vulput photographs, 50 b&w drawings iuscipsum quipsuscil in eliqui tate consed tatis nullam zzrilluptat praesenit at inibh eumsan vel ut nos ad endre magnibh elit dolorti onulput 8.5 x 11” (216 x 280 mm), hc praesen issectem do commy nis niamet prat ac ISBN: 978-81-89995-68-3 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-935677-23-9 (Grantha) 1500 | $45 | £29 | ¤34 2012 World Rights 7 www.mapinpub.com
  10. 10. The Relationship between Science and Art NON FICT ION Pushpa Mittra Bhargava and Chandana Chakrabarti Science and art are both manifestations of beauty and creativity. Both are related to nature and are products of evolution. Understanding natural phenomena and the appreciation of beauty has conferred an evolutionary advantage to the human species. As mankind has evolved intellectually and socially and as science has progressed, artistic creations by humans have tended towards increasing harmony with nature and they have become more abstract— like mathematics, which is the abstraction of all sciences. The authors of this unusual work postulate some critical ideas on science, art and aesthetics, and establish that we need both, a scientific temper and the temper of art. Evidence to support these theses is drawn from mathematics, physics, studies in molecular biology, and also from music, fine art and design. Readers are taken through lucid prose with the help of illustrations of natural phenomenon such as spiral galaxies, spider web, the Fibonacci series and fractals in lightning, and of products of human creativity such as paintings of masters like Picasso, Husain and Escher, musical pieces, textile fragments and Ajanta caves frescoes. Pushpa Mittra Bhargava is among India’s most reputed scientists. He is also a writer, thinker, institution builder and consultant and is widely regarded as the architect of modern biology and molecular biology in India. Chandana Chakrabarti is a communications expert, columnist and writer, whose writings have covered a variety of fields and issues. FORTHCOMING 96 pages 66 illustrations 7 x 8.75” (175 x 222 mm), hc Nisit eu faccum iure vulput iuscipsum quipsuscil in eliqui tate consed tatis nullam zzrilluptat praesenit at inibh eumsan vel ut nos ad endre magnibh elit dolorti onulput praesen issectem do commy nis niamet prat accum ea alit ISBN: 978-81-89995-69-0 (Mapin) dolore voluptat praesequi tat, quam, quis nibh enit lutate venit alit ullaorp ercilit dolobore modip esequam conulla mcommy nummy nim veraessisse min hent ipit dolendio core mod tatueros nosto etuerat praesto et del dolesto elenit estis ero et dolor sectem illam, consed diat aliquisitISBN: 978-1-935677-24-6 (Grantha) ullan vulput adit, conulput velit, quatet dolor alis dio con ullamconsed tie faccumsan velis ero diam, sed magna facidui ea con eu facing et ero odit luptatue magna faccum dolortie tat. Ut atet iustin hent lore et, seNisit eu faccum iure vulput iuscipsum quipsuscil in eliqui tate consed tatis 995 | $25 | £16 | ¤19 nullam zzrilluptat praesenit at inibh eumsan vel ut nos ad endre magnibh elit dolorti onulput praesen issectem do commy nis niamet prat accum ea alit dolore voluptat praesequi tat, quam, quis nibh enit lutate venit alit ullaorp ercilit dolobore modip esequam conulla mcommy nummy nim veraessisse min hent ipit dolendio core mod tatueros nosto etuerat praesto et del dolesto elenit estis ero et dolor sectem illam, consed diat aliquisit ullan vulput adit, conulput velit, quatet dolor alis dio con ullamconsed tie faccumsan velis ero diam, sed magna facidui ea con eu facing et ero odit luptatue magna faccum dolortie tat. Ut atet iustin hent lore et, se 2012 doloreet at. Ro ex exer si. doloreet at. Ro ex exer si.Nisit eu faccum iure vulput iuscipsum quipsuscil in eliqui tate consed tatis nullam zzrilluptat praesenit at inibh eumsan vel ut nos ad endre magnibh elit dolorti onulput praesen issectem do commy nis niamet prat accum ea alit dolore voluptat praesequi tat, quam, quis nibh enit lutate venit alit ullaorp ercilit dolobore modip esequam conulla mcommy nummy nim veraessisse min hent ipit dolendio core mod tatueros nosto etuerat praesto et del dolesto elenit estis ero et dolor sectem illam, consed diat aliquisit ullan vulput adit, conulput velit, quatet dolor alis dio con ullamconsed tie World Rights faccumsan velis ero diam, sed magna facidui ea con eu facing et ero odit luptatue magna faccum dolortie tat. Ut atet iustin hent lore et, se doloreet at. Ro ex exer si.Nisit eu faccum iure vulput iuscipsum quipsuscil in eliqui tate consed tatis nullam zzrilluptat praesenit at inibh eumsan vel ut nos ad endre magnibh elit dolorti onulput praesen issectem do commy nis niamet prat accum ea alit dolore voluptat praesequi tat, quam, quis nibh enit lutate venit alit ullaorp ercilit dolobore modip esequam conulla mcommy nummy nim veraessisse min hent ipit dolendio core mod tatueros nosto etuerat praesto et del dolesto elenit estis ero et dolor sectem illam, consed diat aliquisit ullan. facidui ea con eu facing et ero odit luptatue magna faccum dolortie tat. Ut atet iustin hent lore et, se doloreet at. Ro ex exer si.Nisit eu faccum iure vulput iuscipsum quipsuscil in eliqui tate consed tatis nullam zzrilluptat praesenit at inibh eumsan vel ut nos ad endre magnibh elit dolorti onulput praesen issectem do commy nis niamet prat accum ea alit dolore voluptat praesequi tat, quam, quis nibh enit lutate venit alit ullaorp ercilit dolobore modip esequam conulla mcommy nummy nim veraessisse min hent ipit dolendio core mod tatueros nosto etuerat praesto et del dolesto elenit estis ero et dolor sectem illam, consed diat aliquisit ullan vulput adit, conulput velit, quatet dolor alis dio con ullamconsed tie faccumsan velis ero diam, sed magna facidui ea con eu facing et ero odit luptatue magna faccum dolortie tat. Ut atet iustin hent lore et, se doloreet at. Ro ex exer si. 8
  11. 11. MAPIN ART
  12. 12. The Mucukunda Murals A RT in the Tyagarajasvami Temple, Tiruvarur V K Rajamani and David Shulman The Tyagarajasvami Temple in Tiruvarur, a major historic site in the heart of the Tamil country, has preserved among its many treasures, 148 pages 80 colour illustrations a set of ceiling paintings from the 17th century. These magnificent 9 x 9” (229 x 229 mm), hc paintings tell the story of Mucukunda, the monkey-faced CholaISBN: 978-81-89995-63-8 (Mapin) king who established Lord Tyagaraja in the Tiruvarur temple.ISBN: 978-1-935677-19-2 (Grantha) They also offer tantalizing glimpses of 1800 | $50 | £28 | €30 daily life, material culture, flora and fauna, temple architecture and ritual 2011 performance from this period. World Rights Distributed for Prakriti Foundation V K Rajamani is a photographer of medieval paintings and sculptures of south India. David Shulman is Renee Lang Professor of Humanistic Studies in the Department of Comparative Religion, The Hebrew University of‘ Records a rich segment of the art and the heritage of Jerusalem. Maya Tevet Dayan is a Tamil Nadu, and seeks to hand it down to succeeding lecturer in the East Asian studies generations. department of Tel Aviv University. ’ —The Hindu The Vaikunta Perumal Temple at Kanchipuram A RT Interpreted by D Dennis Hudson Dr D Dennis Hudson’s path-breaking book presents his extra- 424 pages ordinary interpretation of the Vaikunta Perumal Temple in 114 black & white photographs, Kanchipuram as a three-dimensional mandala. His insight, based on 9 line drawings Tirumangai Alvar’s poetry and a close study of the Bhagavata Purana, 5.25 x 8.5” (130 x 210 mm), hc illumines layers of meaning embodied in the ISBN: 978-81-89995-64-5 (Mapin)ISBN: 978-1-935677-20-8 (Grantha) architecture and sculpture of this temple. This volume is a “summary interpretation” 500 | $18 | £11 | €12 for the general reader, or a larger academic 2009 work entitled The Body of God, published World Rights in the US. It is the inspired response of a scholar who has been passionately involved Distributed for Prakriti Foundation with his subject for several decades. D Dennis Hudson (1938–2006) was Emeritus Professor of world Religions at Smith College and one of the foremost American scholars of the religions of ‘ Less known facts, interesting details with rich narration makes this a useful guide and helps appreciate the intense sculptural programme of the temple. India. He spent a lifetime in the study of Hinduism, particularly the Bhagavata tradition. ’ —The Hindu 10
  13. 13. Vishnu A RT Hinduism’s Blue-Skinned Savior Edited by Joan Cummins Vishnu is one of Hinduism’s most important and powerful deities. RECENT In Hindu legend, Vishnu—the great Preserver—descends to earth 296 pages in many manifestations, known as avatars, to fight powerful demons 236 colour illustrations and to save his devotees. This catalogue 10 x 11.5” (254 x 292 mm), hc examines the many ways that the god ISBN: 978-81-89995-48-5 (Mapin) has been represented, from antiquity toISBN: 978-1-935677-08-6 (Grantha) the present. Illustrations of almost 200 3500 | $75 | £48 | €56 works of art in a wide range of media 2011 reveal the rich diversity of India’s art and World Rights religious culture. Joan Cummins is the Lisa and Bernard Selz Curator of Asian Art at the Brooklyn Museum. She has lectured and published widely on the fields of Indian painting and Hindu temple art. ‘ Exquisite production quality, neatly laid out pictures, with useful captions… ’ —Business Standard Living Traditions in Indian Art A RT Museum of Sacred Art Edited by Martin Gurvich, with a scholarly essay by Tryna Lyons This catalogue showcases traditional devotional art of India as RECENT it is practiced today. An extensive and growing collection is now 272 pages housed at the Museum of Sacred Art in Belgium; curated so that 240 colour illustrations visitors can experience and learn the 9.5 x 11.5” (241 x 292 mm), hc cultural roots of Vaishnava art and its ISBN: 978-81-89995-41-6 (Mapin) connection to the broader world of HinduISBN: 978-1-935677-01-7 (Grantha) philosophy. The collection also includes 2500 | $65 | £45 | €50 art from countries that share an Indian 2010 heritage. World Rights Martin Gurvich is the founder and director of the Museum of Sacred Art. Tryna Lyons is a Seattle-based art historian with degrees from the University of California in Berkeley, ‘ ...a catalogue that compresses the essence of the and the American University of Paris. museum exhibits and communicates the spirit of popular ’ and contemporary Indian spiritual art to the West. —The Hindu 11 www.mapinpub.com
  14. 14. Textiles and Dress of Gujarat CR A F T S Eiluned Edwards The textiles and dress of Gujarat in northwestern India are acclaimed for their design and craftsmanship. This book examines the ‘social life’ of Gujarat’s textiles, tracing the historical journey of cloth and dress up to the present day. It looks closely at handmade fabrics, woven, dyed, painted and printed cloth, and embroidery, RECENT and locates their place in culture and trade. It also acknowledges 248 pages the role of entrepreneurship in the survival of these textiles. 243 photographs, 3 maps and 18 line drawings 9 x 11” (229 x 280 mm), hc Eiluned Edwards has researched and ISBN: 978-81-89995-52-2 (Mapin) published widely on textiles and dressISBN: 978-1-935677-12-3 (Grantha) in India for 20 years. She is a senior 2500 | $55 | £35 | €44 lecturer in Design and Visual Culture at 2011 Nottingham Trent University. World Rights Rooted Landscapes A RT The Art of Rini Dhumal Edited by Ina Puri The pictorial world of Rini Dhumal is an amalgam of myth and RECENT realism. Incarnations of the quintessential Indian woman, quiet, 256 pages with aloof confidence and devoid of any fragility, dominate 227 colour illustrations the earthy landscapes. Stories of 10 x 11.5” (254 x 292 mm), hc displacement, chance encounters and ISBN: 978-81-89995-45-4 (Mapin) tales of far-away lands, integrating withISBN: 978-1-935677-06-2 (Grantha) symbolism and perception, are all part 2500 | $65 | £40 | €50 of her oeuvre. Trained as a painter, 2010 Rini Dhumal has experimented with World Rights various media and created a cultural vocabulary uniquely her own. Drawing upon a storehouse of historical details, the splendours of her childhood, and anecdotal references from various travels, she creates a vivid aesthetic in her art-making.‘ The large body of work that she [Rini Dhumal] has produced in the last few years seems to be diverse iconic representations, or avatars, of a personal identity she is giving chase to. ’ —Prof. K G Subramanyan in his Foreword 12
  15. 15. Raja Ravi Varma A RT Painter of Colonial India Rupika Chawla Ravi Varma (1848–1906) was one of the first Indian painters to REPRINT successfully adopt western painting techniques and adapt academic 360 pages realism to the visual interpretation of Indian mythology. His genre 436 colour illustrations of paintings has maintained a lasting 9.5 x 11.5” (241 x 292 mm), hc effect on the Indian sensibility. This ISBN: 978-81-89995-08-9 (Mapin) lavishly illustrated book is an accountISBN: 978-0-944142-41-7 (Grantha) of Ravi Varma’s traditional background 3950 | $75 | £50 | €60 and environment and how they related 2012 to the modernization of colonial India, World Rights as well as his profession as an aristocratic itinerant painter. Rupika Chawla is a conservator of paintings who has restored several Ravi Varma art works. She is also a curator, ‘ Rupika Chawla’s lavishly produced book is not a heavy academic tome. In style and substance, it is hugely engaging, carrying its scholarship with a remarkable lightness of grace. and imparts training in conservation. She has written extensively on contemporary Indian art. ’ —India Today Treasures of National Gallery of Modern Art A RT Ella Datta This book packs in nearly 300 superb reproductions, drawn from the National Gallery of Modern Art’s priceless collection. From anonymous indigenous artists of the 19th century to early oils by Raja Ravi Varma and the academic realists; from Amrita Sher- Gil and Jamini Roy to others: this publication offers a veritable FORTHCOMING feast for the eyes. Recent paintings by Indian artists of the 240 pages 300 colour photographs stature of M F Husain, Tyeb Mehta, Professor K G Subramanyan 10 x 12.5” (254 x 318 mm), hc and A Ramachandran; sculptures by ISBN: 978-81-88204-30-4 (Mapin) Ramkinkar Baij, Meera Mukherjee andISBN: 978-1-890206-67-3 (Grantha) Piloo Pochkhanawala; photographs by 3500 | $70 | £45 | €53 Lala Deen Dayal, and contemporary treasures by Raghu Rai complete the 2012 picture. World Rights Previously Announced Ella Datta is a writer and journalist, specializing in art, architecture, archaeology and design. 13 www.mapinpub.com
  16. 16. Power and Resistance PHO TO G R A PH Y The Delhi Coronation Durbars Edited by Julie F Codell This volume explores how photography represented, idealized and publicized the Delhi Coronation Durbars, occasions marking the formal coronations of English monarchs as empress and emperors FORTHCOMING of India. The essays in this volume focus on semiotics of image 288 pages and the role of Durbar photographs in visually rendering the 116 colour photographs complexities of colonial logic, the scopic regimes of surveillance 9.45 x 10.8” (240 x 275 mm), hc and spectacle, and the pivotal ideologies and hyperbolic fantasies ISBN: 978-81-89995-50-8 (Mapin) of a subjugated ‘Orient’ promoted by theISBN: 978-1-935677-10-9 (Grantha) imperial administrations to justify British 3500 | $75 | £48 | €55 rule in India. 2012 World Rights Julie F Codell is Professor of Art History Previously Announced at Arizona State University, and affiliate in Asian Studies, English, Film and Media Studies, and women’s Studies. Ootacamund PHO TO G R A PHY A Photographic Record by A. T. W. Penn: 1865–1911 Christopher Penn The book covers the life and work of a leading photographer, Albert Thomas watson Penn (1849–1924), who lived and worked in Ootacamund, Tamil Nadu (then the Presidency of Madras) from FORTHCOMING 1865 to 1911. Penn’s photographs provide a valuable historical 192 pages record of the people and countryside of the Nilgiris and major events 160 b&w photographs and calamities such as the great famine of 1877–1878 and are held 11 x 9” (280 x 229 mm), hc in all the principal international photographic collections. written ISBN: 978-81-89995-55-3 (Mapin) by his great-grandson Christopher Penn, the text is illustratedISBN: 978-1-935677-04-8 (Grantha) with photographs from public 2000 | $65 | £42 | €50 photographic collections and the author’s personal collection. 2012 World Rights Previously Announced Christopher Penn is the director of various companies and charitable organizations. 14
  17. 17. Poppo Pingel A R C H I T E CTU R E Mona Doctor–Pingel Poppo Pingel (b. 1942) in westphalia, Germany, has been working and living in Auroville, South India, since 1970. This unique International Township, founded in 1968 based on the Integral FORTHCOMING Yoga of Sri Aurobindo, is a source of inspiration to many architects 204 pages around the world. This first major monograph of Poppo’s work spans107 colour and 125 b&w photographs, his career till date, the influences that formed him and continue 15 colour and 4 b&w drawings to do so, and his contribution to Auroville. Highly personal in his 9 x 9” (229 x 229 mm), hc approach, his architecture challenges ISBN: 978-81-89995-51-5 (Mapin) the senses with its rustic quality while ISBN: 978-1-935677-11-6 (Grantha) responding to the climate, landscape 1950 | $50 | £35 | €38 and culture of the place. 2012 World Rights Mona Doctor–Pingel is a practicising Previously Announced architect in Auroville. Temple Potters of Puri CR A F T S Louise Allison Cort and Purna Chandra Mishra This book is the first to describe in detail a community of potters working for the Jagannatha Temple in Puri. As a pilgrimage centre of national importance, the temple requires earthenware in great quantities for the creation and distribution of the sacred food, an integral feature of daily ritual and pilgrimage. This study observes FORTHCOMING the potters’ technical prowess, sustained by devotion, and the 472 pages accompanying DVD shows the artisans at work, demonstrating 16 colour and 50 b&w photographs 8.5 x 11” (216 x 280 mm), hc their skills and products. ISBN: 978-81-89995-09-6 (Mapin)ISBN: 978-0-944142-75-2 (Grantha) Louise Allison Cort is Curator for 2500 | $65 | £45 | €50 Ceramics at the Freer Gallery of Art 2012 and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. Purna Chandra Mishra is an independent World Rights researcher. Previously Announced 15 www.mapinpub.com
  18. 18. A rtMemorials of the Jeypore Exhibition 1883 Treasures of the Albert Hall Museum,Volume 1 JaipurThomas Holbein Hendley Edited by Chandramani Singh 168 pages, 68 illustrations 120 pages, 157 colour illustrations 10 x 14” (254 x 355 mm), hc 9 x 12” (229 x 304 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-88204-14-4 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-26-3 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-935677-14-7 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-1-890206-00-0 (Grantha) 7500 | $175 | £125 | €145 1295 | $35 | £23 | €26 Facsimile edition 2010 World Rights 2011 World Rights“The publication is justified by the large attendance “Throughout the book, coloured photographs[to the Jeypore Exhibition], which reached nearly a accompanied by deft descriptions entice readers to reachquarter of a million; by the number, rarity, and artistic out and identify with the Albert Hall’s collections.”value of the contributions…” —The Book Review —from Preface of Volume 1Museums of Rajasthan Victorious OnesEdited by Chandramani Singh Jain Images of Perfection Edited by Phyllis Granoff 208 pages, 255 colour photographs 308 pages, 188 colour illustrations and 1 map 9.75 x 11.75” (247 x 299 mm), hc 10 x 12” (254 x 304 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-29-4 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-22-5 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-0-944142-82-0 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-0-944142-64-6 (Grantha) 3500 | $75 | £45 | €58 3000 | $65 | £42 | €48 2010 World Rights 8.3 x 10” (212 x 254 mm), pb with gatefold ISBN: 978-81-89995-23-2 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-0-944142-98-7 (Grantha) “…this well produced catalogue is a welcome addition to the emerging literature on the subject.” 1500 | $30 | £19 | €22 —The Book Review 2009 World RightsThe Indian Portrait South Indian Paintings1560–1860 A Catalogue of the British Museum CollectionEdited by Rosemary Crill and Kapil Jariwala A L Dallapiccola 176 pages, over 100 illustrations 320 pages, 250 colour photographs 9 x 11.25” (229 x 285 mm), hc 8.60 x 10.84” (218 x 275 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-37-9 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-39-3 (Mapin) 2500 | $40 | £25 | €30 3200 | $75 | £50 | €37 2010 South Asia 2010 South Asia “A colourful, detailed, beautiful, and at times grandiose, “There are remarkable riches in the book and insight into the history of the Mughal Empire from 1560 Anna reveals them for the reader with assiduity to 1860.” and at length.” —History Today —Prof. B N Goswamy in The Tribune 16
  19. 19. A rtThe Body Adorned Delight in DesignDissolving Boundaries between Sacred and Profane in Indian Silver for the RajIndia’s Art Vidya DehejiaVidya Dehejia 238 pages , 30 colour and 224 pages, 219 photographs 44 b&w photographs 9.5 x 11.5” (241 x 292 mm), hc 7 x 10” (178 x 254 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-19-5 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-04-1 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-0-944142-43-1 (Grantha) 1850 | $45 | £29 | €34 2750 | $65 | £42 | €49 2009 South Asia 2008 World Rights “Deeply researched, engagingly written, handsomely“An important work for anyone interested in Indian art produced, it focuses on the amazing silverwareor religion...Highly recommended.” produced by Indian craftsmen for a European clientele —Choice during the British Raj.” —Holland Cotter, New York TimesFeet and Footwear in Indian Culture Gifts of EarthJutta Jain–Neubauer Terracottas and Clay Sculptures of India Stephen P Huyler 171 pages, 156 illustrations 232 pages, 203 illustrations 9 x 11” (228 x 280 mm), hc 9 x 12” (228 x 350 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-85822-69-3 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-85882-09-9 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-890206-20-8 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-1-944142-48-6 (Grantha) 2000 | $60 | £39.50 | €45 2250 | $75 | £48 | €56 2000 World Rights 1996 World Rights“The book is a must-buy for all craft-lovers who take “I highly recommend this well-designed book to allpride in their library of valuable books.” interested in India, ceramics, folk art or fieldwork.” —Indian Folklore Research Journal —Nora Fisher, El PalacioGifts of Conquerors Elephant KingdomHand Papermaking in India Sculptures from Indian ArchitectureAlxendra Soteriou Vikramajit Ram 246 pages, 218 illustrations and 104 pages, 77 colour illustrations a map 9 x 11” (228 x 279 mm), pb 11.5 x 10.25” (242 x 260 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-88204-68-7 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-85822-07-5 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-890206-96-3 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-0-944142-56-1 (Grantha) 995 | $35 | £25 | €34 5000 | $125 | £85 | €95 2007 World Rights 1999 World Rights“Opening the dramatic black clamshell box that holds “A journey through Indian architecture, ElephantGift of Conquerors, one is immediately drawn into a Kingdom is a celebration of a continuous celebrationvibrant and entrancing world. This long awaited work is through time of one of India’s most majestic creatures.”a sensitive mirror of India’s visual richness.” —Biblio —Hand Papermaking, 1999 17 www.mapinpub.com
  20. 20. A rtThe City Palace Museum Udaipur Indian Art in DetailPaintings of Mewar Court Life A L DallapiccolaAndrew Topsfield 170 pages, 119 colour and 5 sepia 144 pages, 150 colour illustrations illustrations 8.5 x 8.5” (215 x 215 mm), hc 9 x 12” (229 x 304 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-88204-69-4 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-21-8 (Mapin) 750 | $22.95 | £15 | €17 ISBN: 978-0-944142-29-5 (Grantha) 3000 | $65 | £42 | €49 2007 South Asia 2009 World RightsI See No Stranger Geet GovindaEarly Sikh Art and Devotion Paintings in Kanheri StyleB N Goswamy and Caron Smith Narmada Prasad Upadhyaya 214 pages, 124 illustrations 90 pages, 45 illustrations 10.75 x 10.75” (273 x 273 mm), hc 11 x 8.5” (280 x 216 mm), pb ISBN: 978-81-88204-77-9 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-88204-18-2 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-890206-04-8 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-1-890206-56-7 (Grantha) 2500 | $65 | £42 | €49 995 | $35 | £25 | €30 2006 World Rights 2006 World RightsPaintings of the Razmnama The Flute and the LotusThe Book of War Romantic Moments in Indian Poetry and PaintingAsok Kumar Das Harsha V Dehejia 192 pages, 174 illustrations 228 pages, 130 illustrations 8.5 x 11.75” (216 x 298 mm), hc 8.5 x 11” (216 x 280 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-88204-50-2 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-85822-89-1 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-890206-78-9 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-1-890206-32-1 (Grantha) 2000 | $65 | £42 | €49 1950 | $49.50 | £33 | €37 2005 World Rights 2002 World RightsJewels on the Crescent ParvatiMasterpieces of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Goddess of LoveSangrahalaya Harsha V DehejiaKalpana Desai 356 pages, 386 illustrations 120 pages, 45 illustrations 9 x 12” (228 x 305 mm), hc 7.25 x 7.25” (185 x 185 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-88204-00-7 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-85822-59-4 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-890206-44-4 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-1-890206-12-3 (Grantha) 2500 | $65 | £42 | €49 750 | $19.95 | £13.50 | €15 2002 World Rights 1999 World Rights 18
  21. 21. A rchi tec t ureMosques of Cochin Le CorbusierPatricia Tusa Fels Chandigarh and the Modern City Edited by Hasan-Uddin Khan with Julian Beinart and Charles Correa 80 pages, 30 colour and 240 pages, 130 photographs and 40 b&w photographs 80 drawings 7.5 x 9” (191 x 229 mm), flexicover 9 x 11” (229 x 280 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-24-9 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-11-9 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-890206-01-7 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-0-944142-77-6 (Grantha) 595 | $20 | £12.95 | €15 2500 | $65 | £40 | €44 2011 World Rights 2009 World Rights“There is, unfortunately, little public discussion about “…examines—from the many contemporarythis erasure of our history nor is there any strategy to perspectives of international architects, historians,remedy this situation. The slim, well-produced volume environmentalists and activists—the built and socialby American architect and conservationist Patricia Tusa form of this unique Indian city.”Fels is, thus, most timely.” —The Telegraph–Calcutta —Outlook TravellerSacred Spaces Royal Tombs of IndiaA Journey with the Sufis of the Indus 13th to 18th CenturySamina Quraeshi A S Bhalla 280 pages, 282 colour photographs 152 pages, 87 colour photographs and and 13 colour drawings 10 drawings 9.5 x 11.75” (240 x 300 mm), hc 8.5 x 11” (216 x 280 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-31-7 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-10-2 (Mapin) 3500 | $75 | £48 | €56 ISBN: 978-0-944142-89-9 (Grantha) 1850 | $65 | £42 | €48 2009 South Asia 2009 World Rights“Sacred Spaces is an ambitious attempt at proposing “Informative tables containing the list of selectedreligious tolerance in today’s Pakistan by recalling royal tombs, evolution of Indian architecture, andto the core values of Sufism, which is all-inclusive in chronological lists of various dynasties add value tonature.” this book.” —Time Out Bengaluru —The TribuneBhuj Traces of IndiaArt, Architecture, History Photography, Architecture and the Politics of Representation 1850–1900Azhar Tyabji Edited by Maria Antonella Pelizzari 304 pages, 146 colour and 129 b&w 344 pages, 180 illustrations photographs, 15 maps 9.5 x 10.75” (241 x 273 mm), hc 7.5 x 10” (191 x 254 mm), flexicover ISBN: 978-81-88204-14-4 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-88204-53-3 (Mapin) 1950 | $50 | £32 | €37 ISBN: 978-1-890206-80-2 (Grantha) 2000 | $65 | £40 | €49 2003 South Asia 2006 World Rights“By breathing life into a colourful, broken city, almost “… a very substantive analysis of photographic historya work of loving restoration, Tyabji makes his case in India, using the representation of architecture as itsconvincingly for the virtues of ethnography.” focal point.” —Indian Express —caa.reviews 19 www.mapinpub.com
  22. 22. P ho t o gr aph yThe Marshall Albums The Artful PosePhotography and Archaeology Early Studio Photography in Mumbai—c. 1855–1940Edited by Sudeshna Guha Edited by Rahaab Allana 288 pages, 119 sepia photographs, 88 pages, 57 illustrations 10 drawings and a map 9.5 x 10.75” (240 x 275 mm), hc 9.45 x 10.8” (240 x 275 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-40-9 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-32-4 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-935677-00-0 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-1-890206-45-1 (Grantha) 1200 | $35 | £25 | €26 3500 | $75 | £45 | €48 2010 World Rights 2010 World RightsThe Waterhouse Albums VijayanagaraCentral Indian Provinces Splendour in RuinsEdited by John Falconer Edited by George Michell 264 pages, 120 sepia photographs, 252 pages, 164 photographs and 5 drawings and 3 maps 4 maps 9.45 x 10.8” (240 x 275 mm), hc 9.45 x 10.8” (240 x 275 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-30-0 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-03-4 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-0-944142-84-4 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-0-944142-76-9 (Grantha) 3250 | $70 | £45 | €52 2850 | $70 | £45 | €52 2009 World Rights 2008 World RightsPainted Photographs A Vision of SplendourColour Portraiture in India Indian Heritage in the Photographs of Jean Philippe Vogel,Rahaab Allana and Pramod Kumar K G 1901–1913 Gerda Theuns-de-Boer 88 pages, 59 colour illustrations 192 pages, 150 qudratone 9.45 x 10.8” (240 x 275 mm), illustrations flexicover with gatefold 11 x 9.5” (280 x 240 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-89995-18-8 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-02-7 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-0-944142-95-0 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-0-944142-74-5 (Grantha) 1200 | $35 | £22 | €26 2000 | $65 | £42 | €40 2008 World Rights 2008 World RightsCamera Chronicles of Homai Vyarawalla Vision from the Inner EyeSabeena Gadihoke The Photographic Art of A L Syed O P Sharma 232 pages, 54 colour and 112 pages, 93 duotone photographs 450 duotone photographs 9 x 11” (228 x 280 mm), pb 9 x 9” (229 x 229 mm), pb gatefold ISBN: 978-81-85822-81-5 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-46-1 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-890206-28-4 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-1-935677-07-9 (Grantha) 1000 | $30 | £20 | €24 1500 | $35 | £23 | €26 2001 World Rights 2010 World Rights 20
  23. 23. P ho t o gr aph yHimalayan Vignettes Zen of SeeingThe Garhwal and Sikkim Treks Rajshree SarabhaiKekoo Naoroji 236 pages, 162 tritone illustrations 80 pages, 75 colour illustrations and 4 maps 11 x 9” (279 x 229 mm), hc 9.45 x 10.8” (240 x 275 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-88204-54-0 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-88204-23-6 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-1-890206-81-9 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-1-890206-60-4 (Grantha) 975 | $35 | £25 | €30 2000 | $60 | £40 | €49 2007 World Rights 2003 World RightsSonabai Daughters of IndiaAnother Way of Seeing Art and IdentityStephen P Huyler Stephen P Huyler 128 pages, 178 colour photographs 264 pages, 262 colour photographs with a DVD 9 x 11” (229 x 297 mm), hc 7.5 x 9.75” (191 x 248 mm), pb with ISBN: 978-81-89995-01-0 (Mapin) gatefold ISBN: 978-0-944142-70-2 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-81-89995-28-7 (Mapin) 3000 | $65 | £42 | €49 ISBN: 978-0-944142-85-1 (Grantha) 1200 | $29.50 | £19.95 | €25 2008 World Rights 2009 World RightsC ult ureYankee India Symbolic HeatAmerican Commercial and Cultural Encounters with India Gender, Health & Worship among the Tamils of South Indiain the Age of Sail 1784–1860 and Sri LankaSusan S Bean Dennis McGilvray 288 pages, 182 colour illustrations 72 pages , 38 colour and 9 x 11” (228 x 279 mm), hc 35 b&w photographs ISBN: 978-81-85822-83-2 (Mapin) 8.5 x 11” (216 x 280 mm), pb ISBN: 978-1-890206-29-1 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-81-85822-52-5 (Mapin) 1800 | $40 | £25 | €30 ISBN: 978-1-944142-87-5 (Grantha) 295 | $15 | £9.95 | €11 2001 World Rights 2006 World RightsMoving Pictures Khunti KoraiThe Rickshaw Art of Bangladesh Bangladeshi CuisineKuntala Lahiri-Dutt and David J Williams Shawkat Osman 96 pages, 50 colour illustrations 144 pages, 25 colour photographs 6.75 x 4.75” (170 x 120 mm), hc plc 8 x 10” (203 x 254 mm), hc ISBN: 978-81-88204-70-0 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-81-89995-25-6 (Mapin) ISBN: 978-0-944142-63-9 (Grantha) ISBN: 978-1-890206-02-4 (Grantha) 450 | $15 | £10 | €12 750 | $25 | £16 | €19 2010 World Rights 2008 World Rights 21 www.mapinpub.com

×