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COLLECTING PARADISE: BUDDHIST ART OF KASHMIR AND ITS LEGACIES

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COLLECTING PARADISE: BUDDHIST ART OF KASHMIR AND ITS LEGACIES

COLLECTING PARADISE: BUDDHIST ART OF KASHMIR AND ITS LEGACIES

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Synopsis: COLLECTING PARADISE: BUDDHIST ART OF KASHMIR AND ITS LEGACIES

Collecting Paradise features Buddhist objects, including manuscripts, paintings and sculptures in ivory, metal and wood, dating from the 7th to 17th centuries. With 44 objects, the exhibition presents an original and innovative look at art from the region of Kashmir and the Western Himalayas, as well as how it has been collected over time. The catalogue features essays by a leading scholar in the field, Robert Linrothe of Northwestern's Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, with the support of Christian Luczanits of SOAS, University of London.

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ISBN 9781932476729
Weight 1.689
Publisher SERINDIA GALLERY CO., LTD.
Book Size (cm.) 235x315x32
Language English
Number of Pages 236

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Collecting Paradise features Buddhist objects, including manuscripts, paintings and sculptures in ivory, metal and wood, dating from the 7th to 17th centuries. With 44 objects, the exhibition presents an original and innovative look at art from the region of Kashmir and the Western Himalayas, as well as how it has been collected over time. The catalogue features essays by a leading scholar in the field, Robert Linrothe of Northwestern's Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, with the support of Christian Luczanits of SOAS, U view all

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LINROTHE, ROB

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Rob Linrothe is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art History, Northwestern University. He received a Ph. D. in Art History from the University of Chicago. In 2008-2009 he was a Scholar-in-Residence at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. Through his field work, Prof. Linrothe has become a specialist in the Buddhist art of the Himalayas. He has concentrated on the pre-modern mural painting of Ladakh and Zangskar (Indian Himalayas) and the contemporary revival of monastic painting in Amdo (China, northeastern cultural Tibet).

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