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A Desert Kingdom. The Rajputs of Bikaner

A Desert Kingdom. The Rajputs of Bikaner




India, oude fotografie

PATNAIK,N., A Desert KingdomThe Rajputs of Bikaner, New York, 1990. Harcover 26 x 28,5 cm., 120pag. met  meer dan 100 zwart-wit foto's. 

CONTENT:
An outstanding collection of historic images from the collections of the Maharaja of Bikaner held in the sandstone palace named Lallgarh, now the Lallgarh Museum.

Main chapters:
  • Introduction
  • Life in Bikaner
  • Palaces, old and new
  • Shikar the sport of maharajas 
  • Festivals and worship
  • Vice regal visits
  • Royal alliances
  • A Rajput at war
  • The Golden Jubilee 


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A shifting focus Photography in India 1850-1900

A shifting focus Photography in India 1850-1900




India, oude fotografie

FALCONER,J., A shifting focus Photography in India 1850-1900, Londen 1996. Softcover 24,5 x 24, 5 cm. 84 pag. met ca. 75 zwart-wit foto's.
"A touring exhibition in India in 1995-96 presenting 150 facsimile photographs selected from the archives of the British Library«s Oriental and India Office Collections." 


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A Vision of splendour  Photographs of J.F. Vogel 1901-1913

A Vision of splendour Photographs of J.F. Vogel 1901-1913




India, oude fotografie

THEUNS-DE BOER,G., A Vision of Splendour  Indian Heritage in the Photographs of Jean Philippe Vogel 1903-1913, New Delhi 2008. Hard cover 24 x 29 cm.[oblong] 192 pag. met 150 foto's.  
"A colonial and photographic history that accompanied the exhibition at the National Museum in Delhi. Vogel (1871-1958) was a rather remarkable Dutchman who took up a position in the Archaeological Survey of India as superintendent of the Panjab, Baluchistan and Ajmir Circle in 1901. His office was in Lahore, and he became deputy director general of the ASI between 1910 and 1912, during which time his job took him to Burma. Vogel was a scholar in Sanskrit and epigraphy (the study of ancient inscriptions), and served his office with enthusiasm and rigour. His collection of 10,000 survey photographs are now kept in the Kern Institute, Leiden, the centre of expertise in Indian archaeology set up by Vogel in 1924."


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Allegory & Illusion Early Portrait Photography in South Asia

Allegory & Illusion Early Portrait Photography in South Asia




Early photography India

VAN ALPHEN, J. , PINNEY, C. a.o., ALLEGORY & ILLUSION. Early Portrait Photography in South Asia, India 2013(MAPIN publishing / ISBN: 9788189995829). Soft covrer 28 x 24 cm. 97 pages with 83 photographs.
This exhibition catalogue explores the democratizing aspect of photography by presenting royal court portraits alongside photographs of the middle class that were often circulated as carte-de-visites, cabinet cards, or postcards throughout South Asia. Illustrating the rich tradition of portrait photography in India, Burma, Sri Lanka, and Nepal from the mid-19th century to early 20th century. 


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An italian photographer in India

An italian photographer in India




India, oude fotografie

PELITI,F. An italian photographer in India at the time of Queen Victoria, Manchester 1994. Hardcover, 22 x 25 cm. 293 pag. met  ca. 170 zwart-wit foto's.
“ Federico Peliti studied sculpture and was trained at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Turin in 1865. Although more well known as a hotel owner, chef and confectioner in British India in the latter half of the 19th Century , he was also an exceptional amateur photographer and a collector of other photographers' images. The photographs are from The Peliti collection, the majority of the presented photographs being made by Peliti himself but work of other photographers such as Bourne, Bourne & Shephard or Dayal are included as well. There are also photographs of Egypt by such as Zangaki, Arnoux, Sebah, or Bechard.


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BASSENGE, Photography[106 // 12-15]

BASSENGE, Photography[106 // 12-15]




Photography

BASSENGE, Photography, Berlin 2015. Auction catalogue 106(December 2015). Soft cover 26 x 20 cm. 282 pages with 412 lots.
Early photography: lots 4001-4137
Lots: 4074-4137: British India


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BHUJ Art/Architecture/History

BHUJ Art/Architecture/History




India early photography

AZHAR TYABJI, BHUJ Art/Architecture/History, London/India 2006[MAPIN Publishing / ISBN: 9781890206802]. Soft cover 26 x 19,5 cm. 304 pages with ca. 125 photographs.
This book presents a series of perspectives on the cultural evolution of 16th century Bhuj in the district of Kachchh, India, a city that witnessed considerable destruction in the earthquake of Jan. 2001. It provides glimpses of the city through photographs taken during the 19th century and on.


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Bonham's Travel & Photography incl. India & Beyond[12/2012]

Bonham's Travel & Photography incl. India & Beyond[12/2012]




early photography Asia & India

BONHAM's, Travel and Photography including India and Beyond[12/2012], Londen 2012. Sales catalogue 4 December 2012[sale 19952]. Softcover 21 x 26,5 cm. 105 pag. met 284 lots and index plus price list.

LOT 345(GBP 9500 premium excl.)
JAVA
WOODBURY (WALTER BENTLEY) and JAMES PAGETwo albums comprising a total of 60 topographical views and portraits in Java, predominantly in and around Batavia, albumen prints, 34 with photographers' blindstamp in bottom right corner "W&P. Photographieen van Ned Indië. Batavia", album views mounted one per page on recto only, images typically 180 x 240mm., half morocco, "Voyage Autour du Monde, 1887-88, Java" stamped in gilt on upper covers, albums identified by roman numerals "I" and "II", oblong folios (330 x 415mm.), 1887-88 (2); together with 29 loose photographs, also from the Woodbury & Page studio, a few captioned in manuscript in pencil on the verso/mount, [c.1870 and later] (21)
Sold for £11,875 inc. premium
Footnotes
Comprising: Album I - Comprising 32 predominantly topographical blindstamped images of views in Batavia and Buitenzorg. Including: a view of the Harmonie Clubhouse (set up in 1776 by the Governor General De Klerk - and central to the social lives of Batavia's European community - it was demolished by the municipality of Jakarta in 1985); a view of, what is thought to be, the Merderka Palace; the Buitenzorg Palace with giant lillies in the foreground; a still life of tropical fruit; other botanical studies, including view of Banyan trees; a group portrait of Javanese fisherman beside a river; two views of, possibly, the Tjiwedei crater; Javanese men with buffalo drawn carts on the road from Tjikao to Tjpada Larag, West Java; "The bridge over the old moat," a view from Culemborg lookout, looking east at the bridge which connected the old port with the road to Batavia, 100m south of the Kleine Boom and Stads Herberg; a view of, what looks to be, Kali Besar or Pintu Kecil (China Town); Molenvliet Ooost with canal to the right; a family home on Molenvliet Oost; a view of the front courtyard of The Hotel Des Indies, and a view of, what is thought to be, Gunung Sahari road including the canal.

Album II - Comprising 28 images, predominantly portraits, two of which are blindstamped. Including: a view of Javanese workers outside the main entrance to the Grand Hotel Java; a female Javanese dancer with musicians; a fine view of men beside a canal(?), one doing laundry; a group portrait of police, including two Javanese officers; two group portraits of women in/beside a river with boulders; two men posing with a horse drawn cart; a 'close-up' portrait of two children with a sewing machine in the background; a woman with a baby; lily pads; four portraits of young women; two young labourers; Chinese street vendors; a family at a table; a Gamelan ensemble and dancer, and a young woman dressed as a warrior(?), and another image of her with a basket of corn.

The loose photographs include: an early view of men, possibly vendors of some sort, outside the Daendel's Palace; a view looking south along Kali Besar (west) (2); another view of Javanese men with buffalo drawn carts on the Tjikao/Tjpada Larang road; an unidentified Western man on the porch of a house; a view of Tanah Abang, Batavia (2); Belle Vue, Buitenzorg; an avenue Molenvliet showing a group of Western inhabitants, one with, what looks to be, a Javanese wife; a Gamelan ensemble, one with a female dancer in traditional dress (3); a group portrait of Javanese men in uniform; a view of a pass with two figures atop horses in the distance, and a group portrait of women playing cards.


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Bonham's, Printed books, Maps & Photographs[04/13]

Bonham's, Printed books, Maps & Photographs[04/13]




early photography

BONHAM catalogus, Printed books, Maps & Photographs, Londen 2013. Veilingcatalogus 30 April 2013[20688]. Softcover 26,5 x 21 cm. 99 pag. 

CONTENT:
580 lots

Lots 175-229 Photographs 
  • China[181-186]
  • India[194-205]
  • Japan[211-212]
and photographs of Tibet, Sth. America[Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay], Australia, Sth. Africa, Tunis & Europe.


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BONHAMS, Books, Maps, Manuscripts & Hist. Photogr.[03/13]

BONHAMS, Books, Maps, Manuscripts & Hist. Photogr.[03/13]




early photography

BONHAMS, Books, Maps, Manuscripts & Historical Photographs[03/2013], London 2013. Auction catalogue March19, 2013. Soft cover 26,5 x 21 cm. 167 pages with 235 lots.
Lots 97-113 early photography.

Important lots:

LOT 97

BEATO (FELICE)
An album of architectural views in India, comprising Lucknow, Delhi, Agra and Benares, 38 albumen silver prints (most numbered in the negative as per footnote), 6 small (typically 100 x 76mm.) salted paper print portraits of unidentified male sitters, views mounted one per page (recto only), captioned in pencil on the mounts, images approximately 252 x 280mm., early maroon morocco gilt, lettered "Benares, Lucknow, Agra, Delhi" on upper cover, g.e., oblong folio, [c.1858]
Sold for £31,250 inc. premium
Footnotes
A FINE ALBUM DOCUMENTING THE AFTERMATH OF THE INDIAN MUTINY, AND IMPORTANT ARCHITECTURAL SITES IN NORTHERN INDIA.

It is thought that Beato (1832-1909), a Briton of Italian heritage, may have been commissioned by the War Office in London to document the architectural damage caused to Lucknow after the Indian Mutiny. He was in Lucknow during the March and April of 1858, just weeks after its capture by the British under the command of Sir Colin Campbell.

Comprising: 'Sacred Temple of Benares from the River side' (B2); 'Buddhist Temple', the Dhamekh Stupa, Sarnath (to the north east of Benares) (B3); 'Sacred well, Benares' (B6); 'The Martinere Bra--? Sikhs - Lucknow', with armed Sikh soliders in the foreground (L6); one of Beato's most well known images of the aftermath of the Indian Mutiny, the Secundra Bagh 'after the slaughter of 2000 rebels' (as caption in the mount) by the 93rd Higlanders and 4th Punjab Regiment (L13); 'The Motee Mahal - First attack of Sir Colin Campbell Nov. 1857', Lucknow (L19); 'Small mosque in Kaiserbagh' (L24); 'The tomb of Saadat Ali in Kaiserbagh Palace' (L25); 'Asfi Mosque inside the Imambara of Asaf-ud-daula, Lucknow' (L47); 'The Hosainabad Emambara [and] Tomb of Mohamed Ali Khan' (L55); '[The] Summa Musjid Gate' (L56); 'The Taj from the East' (A2); 'Entrance view of the Taj' (A6); 'The Taj from the Fountains' (A7); 'Gateway of the Taj' (A10); 'The Gateway of the Taj' (A11); 'Delhi Gate of Agra Fort' (A12); 'Marble Palace in Fort Agra' (A14); 'Tomb of [I'timad]-ud-Doulah' (A16); 'Akbar's Tomb at Secundra near Agra;' 'Gateway of Akbar's Tomb, Secundra' (A20); another view of "Tomb of [I'timad]-ud-Doulah;' 'Summum Bourg in the Fort Agra' (A24); 'Bridge of Boats over the Jumna, Taken from Lulim Ghur' (D1); 'Hindoo Rao's House' (D5); 'Cashmere Gate' (D22); 'Lahore Gate of the Palace;' 'Jumna Musjid;' 'Jain Temple;' 'View on the Chandee Chowk' (D40); 'Tomb of the Emperor Hoomaoon, where Major Hodson captured the King' (D42); 'Old Gateway near Delhi' (D43); 'Kootub [Minar]', (two sheets joined); 'Arch in Kootub' a portrait oriented view showing the central arch of the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque, south of Delhi, also known as the 'Great Arch' (D4?); another view, landscape oriented, of 'Arch in Kootub;' 'Interior of the Hindoo Temple at Kootub' showing the colonnade that comprises the east side of the Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque (D50); 'Exterior of the Hindoo Temple in Kootub,' and 'Tomb in Kootub' (D56).

LOT 104

DE LA GRANGE (ALEXIS)
An album of 49 architectural views of major sites in India, most of which are mughal, albumen prints from paper negatives, mounted one per page on recto only, captioned in a contemporary French hand on the mounts, presumably that of the photographer, images typically 180 x 218mm. or slightly smaller, bookplate of Le Mis. De Champagné-Giffart, red morocco, "Photographies de l'inde Anglaise" in gilt on upper cover, rubbed, oblong folio (315 x 355mm.), [c.1849-1850]
Sold for £63,650 inc. premium
Footnotes
A VERY FINE RECENTLY DISCOVERED ALBUM OF SOME OF THE EARLIEST KNOWN PHOTOGRAPHS OF INDIA.

Born to an aristocratic French family in 1825 (the son of an army colonel, Baron Prosper Amauri Louis, who was an officer of the Ordre national de la Légion d'honneur), de la Grange studied in Paris before serving in the naval artillery from 1844 to 1847. In 1849, and following military service, he embarked upon a two year trip to India, Ceylon, Java, Malaysia and Singapore. He travelled with his statesman cousin, Felix Lambrecht, who detailed the trip in his book Souvenirs (1873).

De la Grange's superb images predate those taken during the British government's photographic surveys, and those by the acknowledged early masters of travel photography, such as Tripe, Biggs, Pigou and Neill. De la Grange apparently took his photographs, less than 70 of which are known to have survived, for his own pleasure rather than a specific commission, but he was seemingly connected with some of the pioneers in the medium, having taught Maxine du Camp his techniques.

In 1851 de la Grange returned to France where he is known to have assembled two albums, both entitled "Photographies de l'inde Anglaise". One, containing 61 images and manuscript notes by the photographer, was dedicated to the politician and historian Adolphe Thiers, a friend of Felix Lambrecht. The second album, now at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, contains 48 images. The present previously unrecorded album, presumably given to the Marquis Champagné-Giffart, is therefore a significant addition. Five of de la Grange's photographs were included in Blanquart-Evrard's first published collection of photographs, L'Album photographique de l'artiste et de l'amateur in 1851, but no further photographs can be attributed to him after this date.

After his return to Europe he entered politics, before retiring to his chateau in Seborg. He died in February 1917.

Images include: Benares: an English hotel bungalow, captioned 'specimen du habitation anglaise au Bengale' in the neo-classical style (4); Mirzapur: a temple (1); 'Palais de Dig' (1); Fatehpur Sikri: the Grand Mosque and tombs (3); Agra: the marble pavilion of Shah Jehan, the entry gate to the Taj, a general view of the Taj, a detail of the Taj, the Taj mosque and three views of Emperor Akbar's tomb (8); Sikandra: a view of the gate to the garden of Akbar's tomb, another view of the entrance to the garden, two general views of the tomb, and the entrance to the tomb itself (5); Delhi: the Grand Mosque, two views of a tomb, a view of the Tomb of Humayun, Qutb Minar, and a view of the ruins of Quwwat-ul-Islam (Qutb Mosque) (7); Lucknow: two general views, and a view of the Grand Mosque (3); Ajmer: the entrance to the Fort, and detail views of two houses (3): ?Oudjin: the pavillion of a palace, presumed to be the Red Palace at Jaipur, a detail of this palace, a house, and a view of a Muslim cemetery (4); Udaipur: the palace, and three views of a Hindu temple (4); Chittor: three view of a Hindu temple (3); Mundleysir: a Hindu temple (1); Adjunta: a view of the exterior of the Chaitya Cave (1); Ellora: two views of the caves (2).

Provenance: Champagné-Giffart (bookplate); Henri Pierre Briere (1897-1990), and thence by descent to the current owner.



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Camera Indica

Camera Indica




India, fotografie

PINNEY,C., Camera Indica, Softcover, 23 x 15,5 cm., 224 pag. met 127 zwart-wit foto's. 
Exploring the changing role of photographic portraiture in India over the last 150 years, this is an anthropological study of photographic practice in the everyday realm of Indian society.


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CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE Photographer of India & Burma1852/60

CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE Photographer of India & Burma1852/60




Early photography India, Burma

TAYLOR, R. & BRANFOOT, C. (a.o.), CAPTAIN LINNAEUS TRIPE. Photographer of India and Burma(1852-1860), Washington 2014(Prestel publ. / ISBN: 978-3-7913-5381-4). Hard cover 30,5 x 28 cm.  228 pages with 102 photographs.
"Captain Linnaeus Tripe (1822–1902) occupies a special place in the history of 19th-century photography for the outstanding body of work he produced in India and Burma (now the republic of Myanmar) between 1854 and 1860. Although he learned photography in Great Britain from amateurs who considered it a pastime, he recognized that it could be an effective tool for conveying information about unknown cultures and regions. With few models to follow, Tripe developed a professional practice under the auspices of the large bureaucracy of the British East India Company. Reflecting his military discipline as an officer in the British army, he achieved remarkably consistent results, despite the Indian heat and humidity, which posed constant challenges to photographic chemistry. In addition, Tripe’s schooling as a surveyor, where the choice of viewpoint and careful attention to visual details were essential, gave his photographs their distinctive aesthetic rigor."


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Das koloniale Indien  Photographie von 1855 bis 0191

Das koloniale Indien Photographie von 1855 bis 0191




India, oude fotografie

BAUTZE,K., Das Koloniale Indien  Photographie von 1855 bis 1910, Köln 2007. Hardcover 25 x 30 cm. 320 pag. met 281 zwart-wit foto's. 

CONTENT:
Main chapters;
  • Fotografen und ihre Ateliers
  • Häfen
  • Calcutta
  • Bombay
  • Madras
  • Galle und Colombo
  • Eisenbahnen
  • “Herrenhäuser”
  • Hotels
  • Residenzen
  • Stadtvillen
  • Bungalows
  • Kasernen
  • Europäer in Vorder-Indien und Burma
  • Touristen
  • Einheimische Angestellte
  • Basar und Strasse
  • In den Städten
  • Auf dem Land
  • Elefanten
  • Sehenswürdigkeiten
  • Der Taj Mahal in agra
  • Die Ghats von Benares
  • Der Qutb Minar in Delhi
  • Kandy und der Tempel des Heiligen Zahns
  • Die Shwedagon Pagode in Rangoon
 


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Early photographs of India. The archive of Dr John Murray

Early photographs of India. The archive of Dr John Murray




India, oude fotografie

SOTHEBY'S catalogus, Early photographs of India. The archive of Dr John Murray, Londen veiling 18/06/1999. Softcover 21 x 27 cm. 120 pag. met meer dan 100 zwart-wit foto's. Cover som slight wrinkling. Good copy.


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Early photographs of Ladakh

Early photographs of Ladakh




India, early photography

RAYNER, H. (ed.), Early photographs of Ladakh, Bath 2013. Soft cover 21 x15 cm.105 pages with 47 photographs ('Simla': XXXVII & 'Mystic Play':10)
"This republication contains two important early photographic works: 'From Simla through Ladac & Cashmere' by Captain Robert Melville Clarke originally published in 1862; together with 'Description of a Mystic Play, as Performed in Ladak, Zascar &c.' by Captain H. H. Godwin-Austen; with Photographic Illustrations by Captain Alexander Brodie Melville, which was first published in 1865. These two works between them, contain the earliest known photographs ever taken in Ladakh, between 1861 and 1864."


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Early Photography of India

Early Photography of India




India,oude fotografie

A Magazine of Arts/MARG 61, 1, september 2009, Aperture and Identity  Early Photographs of India, Delhi. Softcover 24 x 30 cm.128 pag. met ca. 75 foto's verdeeld over ca. 15 artikelen. 

CONTENT:
Guest editor: Rahaab Allana

  • Rahaab Allana[ Aperture and Identity: Early Photography in India // Ephemeral Encounter: Three Artists of India, 1857-59]
  • Anita M. Jacob[ The Camera's beloved: H.H.Nawab Mir Mahboob Ali Khan - Patron of Photography]
  • Deepthi Sasidharan [ A different stage of existence: The canning Album, 1855-65
  • Akshaya Tankha [ The Photograph as Field-note // APhotographer's Thoughts: Interview with Madan Mehta of Mahatta Studio]
  • Divia Patel [Master of Ajanta: A study of Major Robert Gill-an artist, draughtsman, and Photographer
  • Shuddhabrata Sengupta[Found Pictures and Lost People seven photographs from 19th-century Kashmir]
  • Sharada Dwivedi[Panoramas of Mumbai]
  • Christpher Pinney[Centre and Periphery: Photography's Spatial Field]
  • Pramod Kumar K.G.[The Photography Archive at the City Palace Museum Udaipur]


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Early Travel photography 1850-1950

Early Travel photography 1850-1950




Azië & Oriënt, oude fotografie

SHAPERO GALLERY(Roland Belgrave), Early Travel photography 1850-1950, Londen 2009. Soft cover 17 x 23 cm . 140 pag. with 170 photo's. 

CONTENT:
Photographs mostly on Asia and especially the Indian subcontinent.

  • Europe 1-17
  • The Middle East 18-65
  • Afghanistan 66-68
  • The Indian Subcontinent 69-140
  • Burma 141-152
  • The Far East 153-159
  • South East Asia 160-165
  • Australasia 166-167
  • The America's 168-170

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Embellished Reality Indian painted photographs

Embellished Reality Indian painted photographs




Early photography India

DEEPALI DEWAN, Embellished Reality Indian painted photographs, towards a transcultural history of photography, Ontario 2012. Exhibition catalogue / ISBN 978-0-88854-481-0. Hard cover with dust jacket 31 x 23,5 cm. 119 pages with 70 full colour photographs.
This book traces the evolution of painted photographs in India from the 1860s, a few decades after the invention of photographs, to the 2000s, long after the introduction of colour photography. It focuses on a collection of more than seventy works at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. These include portraits of princely rulers, merchants, and elite and non-elite patrons produced by professional photography studios, painters, and those who fell somewhere in between. Dominated by portraiture, these images mark rites of passage such as coronation, marriage, honeymoon, pilgrimage, festivals, and even death. This book explores photographic history in India and Europe to show how Indian painted photographs fit into both local and transcultural practices of photographic manipulation.
 
CONTENTS
 
09            FOREWARD?
10            ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
13            MAP OF SOUTH ASIA
14            THE PAINTED PHOTOGRAPH IN INDIA
                Deepali Dewan
36            COLOUR AS A FORM OF PHOTOGRAPHIC MANIPULATION
                Olga Zotova
44            CATALOGUE
                Deepali Dewan and Olga Zotova


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Graphicswallah

Graphicswallah




India,moderne fotografie

LOVEGROVE,K., Graphicswallah, Londen 2003. Softcover 22 x 30 cm. 160 pag. met 180 foto's in kleur.  
"Graphicswallah documents a wide range of Indian graphics, from the personalized bodywork of vehicles through to political posters; from hand-painted advertising to lavish Bollywood publicity. Illustrated entirely with new photography, the book reflects religious, political and cultural diversities of one of the world's most populated subcontinents. A source of inspiration and delight for graphic designers, the book will also appeal to anyone with an interest in Indian culture."


€ 24.50



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India & Beyond  Travel & Photography 10/2011

India & Beyond Travel & Photography 10/2011




India, oude fotografie

BONHAM'S, India & Beyond Travel & Photography, London 2011. Sales catalogue 4 october 2011, London in two parts. Soft cover 26,5 x 21 cm. 
Part I: Property of a Gentleman, 97 pag. 348 lots (lots 1-348). Lots 1- 236: books, prints and engravings; lots 237-348: photographs.  
Part II: Photographs, mainly India, but also China, Japan and other non-western countries.


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