5 edition of Śāmalājī sculptures and 6th century art in western India found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Śāmalājī sculptures and sixth century art in western India.|
|Statement||by Sara L. Schastok.|
|Series||Studies in South Asian culture ;, v. 11|
|LC Classifications||DS503 .S77 vol. 11, NB1910 .S77 vol. 11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 130 p., lxxxix p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||85190273|
Context: The bronze sculptures of Hindu gods and Buddhist deities cast during the Chola period () are among the most renowned sculptures in world art. The Cholas came to power in the late 9th century, and until the late 13th century ruled a large part of south India from their homeland near Thanjavur on the southeastern coast. Between the late 1st century to 3rd century the Kushanas ruled parts of Central Asia,northern India,ancient Gandhara (Pakistan and Afghanistan). They had arrived in Bactria in B.C a branch of the Yuch-chih, called Kushana or Kusana; residents of Kan-su region of China. They were forced westward by policies of the Chinese Han dynasty.
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Previously, the various clearly pre-Gupta sculptures that have been found in the valley were considered as puzzling precursors to the voluminous sculptural remains from the fifth century onwards. Early Nepalese art was considered largely in the context of the art of the Guptas, and rightly so, for the majority of the early sculpture which has. A groundbreaking exhibition that unites masterpieces of Chinese sculpture from the famed sixth-century cave temples at Xiangtangshan with the first-ever digitized reconstructions of their original setting is on view at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University .
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Rajasthan was the homeland of the 5/5(1). Temple Sculpture of Western India is still permeated with much of the vitality and sensuousness of Gupta times, with an appended element of baroque overstatement, while the actual material of the temple lends itself more sculptural treatment.
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A very good overview of the art of ancient India. Prof. Huntington writes clearly and the book is organized wonderfully. She goes over the basic tenants of Indic religions and explains why it is completely necessary to understand the underlying philosophies to fully appreciate and understand the artwork and its place in ancient (also modern) Indian society/5.
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