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Indian Sculpture: Towards the Rebirth of Aesthetics

By: Carmel Berkson

Price: $17.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Abhinav Publications: 2009

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 028714

ISBN: 8170175038

Condition: New


Printed Pages: 136 with numerous b/w illustrations. View more info

Elephanta: The Cave of Shiva

By: Carmel Berkson

Price: $50.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.: 1999

Seller ID: 102500

ISBN: 8120812840

Condition: New


Three descriptive essays and numerous fascinating photographs, taken especially for this volume, allow the reader to experience a major monument of Indian art: the sixth century temple cave on Elephanta Island, in Bombay harbor, and its extra Ordinary stone sculptures. The authors and the photographer capture the atmosphere of the cave and the spirit of the sculptures, which portray the relentless energy and paradoxical power of Shiva, greatest of all Hindu gods. The photographs are particularly successful in revealing the dramatic alternation of light and dark that is so much a part of the be... View more info

The Life of Form in indian Sculpture: Text and Photographs

By: Carmel Berkson

Price: $28.50

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Abhinav Publications/Kaveri Books:

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 107902

ISBN: 8170173760

Condition: New


Recently,ancient Indian Sculpture has entered into the mainstream of world art scholarship and has been approached from many different perspectives.However,little has concretely been said about the creativeprocessed and the universal will to form structures as it is manifested in the great body of ancient and medieval stone sculpture. Printed Pages: 524. View more info

Ellora: Concepts and Style

By: Carmel Berkson

Price: $60.89

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Abhinav Publications/Kaveri Books:

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 107973

ISBN: 8170174422

Condition: New


"During the sixth and the ninth centuries CE, the fundamental believes of Hindus, Buddhists and Jains were symbolically concretized in the architectural and sculptural multiplicity of form life in the thirty four rock-cut temples at Ellora in India. View more info