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RotoVision, 1993-04-22. Hardcover. Like New. Large-format hard cover with dust jacket. Clean and tight. No markings. Lavishly illustrated with color and black and white photographs. Ships in a box. Fast shipping from NYC!, RotoVision, 1993-04-22, Sundeep Prakashan, 1988. First edition. Hardcover. New. 19 x 25 cm. Dr. D. C. Sircar is a great name in the field of Indological Studies, and it will continue to remain for many years to come, even after his demise in January 1985. the present volume is to perpetuate the sacred memory of Dr. Sircar and pay a tribute to this great scholar of International reputation. The volume consists of a number of papers read at the VIII Annual Conference of the Indian History & Culture Society, held at Guwahati in December 1984. Besides, a generation of scholars, old and new, Indian and foreign, has contributed wholeheartedly to it. The research papers are written scholarly, varied and of absorbing nature, and deal with subjects such as ancient Indian history, prehistory, Protohistory, epigraphy, numismatics, art, architecture and sculpture subjects which were very dear to Dr. Sircar. The galaxy of scholars and range of subjects they have dealt with, will make the volume a significant contribution to the studies in Indian archaeology and ancient Indian history. It is hoped that this volume will stimulate discussion, and help to open new vistas of knowledge. Contents Preface Lint of Illustrations 1. Dr. Dineshchandra Sircar (1907-1985)/Pranab Kumar Bhattacharyya 2. An East-West Synthesis/Annada Sankar Ray 3. On Dogmas of Orientalism/Bimal Krishna Motilal 4. The Cult of Sri or Srividya and its Association with Temporal Kingship/M.C. Joshi 5. South Kosala and Buddhism/K.D. Bajpai 6. Govindabhisheka-A Significant Episode in the Puranic Tradition of Krishna/Kalyan Kumar Ganguli 7. Jainism During the Pala-Sena Period/Mandira Bhattacharya 8. Rajdharma in Early Medieval Kashmir-Analysis of a Regional Peculiarity in National Context/Y.B. Singh 9. The Physician Poets of Magadha/Gouriswar Bhattacharya 10. Chinese Pilgrims on Academic Regulations and Activities of Monasteries in Ancient Bengal and Bihar/Puspa Niyogi 11. Brahmanical Education in Kamarupa (C. 6th-12th Centuries A.D.) as known from the Inscriptions/Sanghamitra Dasgupta 12. On the Concept of Samantas in early Medieval Bengal (C. 5th-13th Centuries A.D.) 13. Some Aspects of the Historicity of the Nibandhas of North Bihar (C. A.D. 1097-1526)/B.P. Mazumdar 14. Nayaka System in Medieval Orissa/Shishir Kumar Panda 15. Some Aspects of Religious and Literary Contacts between India and Thailand/Upendra Thakur 16. Megasthenes on Writing and Smritis/Lallanji Gopal 17. Methods of Calculation and Measures of Weight in India and South-East Asia : A Preliminary Survey of Links/H.B. Sarkar 18. On Two North-Eastern Indian Coins/N.D. Rhodes 19. Two Eighteenth-Century Inscriptions from West Dinajpur/Pranab Kumar Bhattacharyya 20. The Origin of the Buddha Image/Kalyan Kumar Dasgupta 21. The Art of Sculpture in Ancient Punjab/R.P. Srivastava 22. A New Type of Mahishamardini from Bangladesh/M. Rahman 23. Some Rare Durga Icons/P.K. Mishra 24. Images of Tapasvini Parvati from Haryana/Devendra Handa 25. Terracotta Art of Tripura/Ratna Das 26. Ancient South Indian Metallurgy : A Reappraisal/Ravindra N. Singh 27. Lalitaditya Muktapida, the First Antiquarian King of India/Jai Narain & Ramakant Tiwari 28. Human Sacrifice in Assam and Adjoining Regions/N.N. Acharyya 29. Religious Syncretism in Ancient India : A Conceptual Approach/Jyotsna Roychowdhury 30. Marttanda-Bhairava : The Composite form of Siva and Surya/Juthika Maitra 31. Impact of Indo-Greek Coins on Succeeding Issues of Foreign and Indigenous Rulers/A.N. Lahiri 32. Earthquakes in Medieval Assam/Jai Prakash Singh 33. Art in the Royal Seals of the Inscriptions from Assam/R.D. Choudhury 34. Some Bengal Terracottas of Foreign Inspirations/Uma Chakraborti (Mukhopadhyay) 35. Two Exceptional Coins of Ratna and Mukuta Manikya of Tripura/Jahar Acharjee 36. Hitherto Unknown Coin of the Jayantia Kingdom/Vasant Chowdhury & Parimal Roy 37. New Light on Manipur History fro Printed Pages: 444., Sundeep Prakashan, 1988, Sundeep Prakashan, 1988. First edition. Hardcover. New. 19 x 25 cm. Dr. D. C. Sircar is a great name in the field of Indological Studies, and it will continue to remain for many years to come, even after his demise in January 1985. the present volume is to perpetuate the sacred memory of Dr. Sircar and pay a tribute to this great scholar of International reputation. The volume consists of a number of papers read at the VIII Annual Conference of the Indian History & Culture Society, held at Guwahati in December 1984. Besides, a generation of scholars, old and new, Indian and foreign, has contributed wholeheartedly to it. The research papers are written scholarly, varied and of absorbing nature, and deal with subjects such as ancient Indian history, prehistory, Protohistory, epigraphy, numismatics, art, architecture and sculpture subjects which were very dear to Dr. Sircar. The galaxy of scholars and range of subjects they have dealt with, will make the volume a significant contribution to the studies in Indian archaeology and ancient Indian history. It is hoped that this volume will stimulate discussion, and help to open new vistas of knowledge. Contents Preface Lint of Illustrations 1. Dr. Dineshchandra Sircar (1907-1985)/Pranab Kumar Bhattacharyya 2. An East-West Synthesis/Annada Sankar Ray 3. On Dogmas of Orientalism/Bimal Krishna Motilal 4. The Cult of Sri or Srividya and its Association with Temporal Kingship/M.C. Joshi 5. South Kosala and Buddhism/K.D. Bajpai 6. Govindabhisheka-A Significant Episode in the Puranic Tradition of Krishna/Kalyan Kumar Ganguli 7. Jainism During the Pala-Sena Period/Mandira Bhattacharya 8. Rajdharma in Early Medieval Kashmir-Analysis of a Regional Peculiarity in National Context/Y.B. Singh 9. The Physician Poets of Magadha/Gouriswar Bhattacharya 10. Chinese Pilgrims on Academic Regulations and Activities of Monasteries in Ancient Bengal and Bihar/Puspa Niyogi 11. Brahmanical Education in Kamarupa (C. 6th-12th Centuries A.D.) as known from the Inscriptions/Sanghamitra Dasgupta 12. On the Concept of Samantas in early Medieval Bengal (C. 5th-13th Centuries A.D.) 13. Some Aspects of the Historicity of the Nibandhas of North Bihar (C. A.D. 1097-1526)/B.P. Mazumdar 14. Nayaka System in Medieval Orissa/Shishir Kumar Panda 15. Some Aspects of Religious and Literary Contacts between India and Thailand/Upendra Thakur 16. Megasthenes on Writing and Smritis/Lallanji Gopal 17. Methods of Calculation and Measures of Weight in India and South-East Asia : A Preliminary Survey of Links/H.B. Sarkar 18. On Two North-Eastern Indian Coins/N.D. Rhodes 19. Two Eighteenth-Century Inscriptions from West Dinajpur/Pranab Kumar Bhattacharyya 20. The Origin of the Buddha Image/Kalyan Kumar Dasgupta 21. The Art of Sculpture in Ancient Punjab/R.P. Srivastava 22. A New Type of Mahishamardini from Bangladesh/M. Rahman 23. Some Rare Durga Icons/P.K. Mishra 24. Images of Tapasvini Parvati from Haryana/Devendra Handa 25. Terracotta Art of Tripura/Ratna Das 26. Ancient South Indian Metallurgy : A Reappraisal/Ravindra N. Singh 27. Lalitaditya Muktapida, the First Antiquarian King of India/Jai Narain & Ramakant Tiwari 28. Human Sacrifice in Assam and Adjoining Regions/N.N. Acharyya 29. Religious Syncretism in Ancient India : A Conceptual Approach/Jyotsna Roychowdhury 30. Marttanda-Bhairava : The Composite form of Siva and Surya/Juthika Maitra 31. Impact of Indo-Greek Coins on Succeeding Issues of Foreign and Indigenous Rulers/A.N. Lahiri 32. Earthquakes in Medieval Assam/Jai Prakash Singh 33. Art in the Royal Seals of the Inscriptions from Assam/R.D. Choudhury 34. Some Bengal Terracottas of Foreign Inspirations/Uma Chakraborti (Mukhopadhyay) 35. Two Exceptional Coins of Ratna and Mukuta Manikya of Tripura/Jahar Acharjee 36. Hitherto Unknown Coin of the Jayantia Kingdom/Vasant Chowdhury & Parimal Roy 37. New Light on Manipur History fro Printed Pages: 444., Sundeep Prakashan, 1988, 1883. limp leather. vg. oblong 8vo. Book bound in two parts. St.Paul convention and flip-side Mpls convention. Illustrated with drawings of Minneapolis and St.Paul. Gilt lettering on covers. Leather rubbed., 1883, Tucson: WFWS. Very Good; 8.5 x 11 oblong Paperback in Very Good condition. 1997. Paperback. Illustrated by Color and Black and White Illus. ; 1; 44 pp. ., WFWS, 1997, Plymouth: Plymouth Polytechnic, 1986. pp. viii, 769; b/w illustrations. Printed card covers with a little general wear, slight crease to front cover. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions. A very good copy. Scarce. First Edition Thus. Paperback. Very Good. 4to., Plymouth Polytechnic, 1986, Washington, DC: International Association for Identification, 1921. Paperback. Very Good. Saddle stapled printed wraps, 8vo (9-1/8 inches [23.2 cm] tall), pp. unpaginated [16], ads, illustrated with B&W photos, includes speakers, events and order of the day. Pamphlet with cover slightly discolored, light soil and creases. Incredibly, under the heading "Purposes of the Association" they state "This organization shall be composed of white persons, shall be known as the International Association for Identification, and is formed for the following purposes : ... .. and to aid society generally." Really? An overt and blantant sign of racism from back in the day and hopefully, far behind us now., International Association for Identification, 1921, May not be noted.. Good with no dust jacket. Hardcover. We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; The Amer. Federation of Washington 1926 785pp Green cloth. Hardcover.. Good condition with intact text block separating from the spine at one hinge having been reinforced with linen tape.. In addition to the list of illustrations there is a Review of The Year In Art in a thoroughgoing form. As examples included are Museum's, Associations and Societies broken down into American, national, State and Foreign: Schools of Art: Obituaries: Price lists of daily auctions: directory of craftsmen: Who's Who among Art Dealers: Advertisers and even down to a list of Art Museum Workers. A Handy tool indeed. Bound in green and gilt cloth over boards. Illustrated in b/w full page plates..Good condition. A scarce book; 0 ., May not be noted., New York:: The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1985. We have only this one, but it is in stock and ready to be shipped immediately. 8.5" wide by 11" tall. A clean, tight copy. The spine is square and flat. Corners are NOT bumped. WITHDRAWN stamp, and a few other library markings. Pages are clean and crisp. NO underlining. NO highlighting. NO margin notes. PED Volume 15. Illustrated with figures, diagrams, graphs, and photographs. Bibliographical references. Index. Bound in the original blue wrappers, lettered in bright white. Contains 36 papers, including: INVERSE KINEMATIC SOLUTIONS WITH SINGULARITY ROBUSTNESS FOR ROBOT MANIPULATOR CONTROL by Y. Nakamura and H. Hanafusa; COMBINED APPROACHES TO LIGHTWEIGHT ARM UTILIZATION by Wayne Book, Steve Dickerson, Gordon Hastings, Sabri Cetinkunt, and Tom Alberts; DYNAMIC OPTIMIZATION IN MANIPULATOR DESIGN: THE OPERATIONAL SPACE FORMULATION by O. Khatib and J. Burdick; et al. Full title: Robotics and Manufacturing Automation : Presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Miami Beach, Florida, November 17-22, 1985. . First Edition.. Soft Cover. Very Good EX-LIBRARY.. vi, 299pp.., The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1985, Santa Fe Circa 1950: Arthur W Hall, 1950. First Edition . Illustrated Portfolio. Very Good. 14 1/2" x 11 1/4. Eight drawings, reproduced in black and white on on heavy paper, in a yellow paper chemise with illustrated cover lithographed in brown and green. Hall was born in Bowie, TX, October 30, 1899; spent his childhood in Oklahoma and Virginia. Studied at the Art Institute of Chicago; studied abroad with E. S. Lumsden, Edinburgh and for two years in France. Moved to El Dorado in 1921 where he was court stenographer and clerk. In 1925 Hall and his wife traveled to Europe where they spent nearly two years studying and sketching. The Halls returned to Kansas living in Howard for many years and active participants in the Wichita area circle of artists. He made the presentation print for the California Society of Print Makers in 1930, for the Prairie Print Makers in 1932, and for the Chicago Society of Etchers in 1944. During the late 1930s, the Halls moved to Virginia then returned briefly to Kansas and then settled in Santa Fe in 1942. They remained in Santa Fe until 1950 when they purchased an estate near Alcade, NM where they operated an art school and studio. Member: Society of American Etchers; Chicago Society of Etchers; New York Society of Etchers; California Society of Etchers; Prairie Print Makers; Southern States Art League; charter member of California Print Makers. Exhibitions: Midwestern Artists' Exhibition, 1924; Midwestern Artists' Exhibition, 1925; Midwestern Artists' Exhibition, 1929; Midwestern Artists' Exhibition, 1930; Midwestern Artists' Exhibition, 1931; Midwestern Artists Exhibition, 1932; Midwestern Artists' Exhibition, 1933; 14th Annual Kansas Artists Exhibition, 1938; Smithsonian Institute; Library of Congress; California State Library; Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Awards: Bryan Prize for best group of American prints at International Exhibition, Los Angeles, 1927; Bronze medal for etching, Midwestern Artists' Exhibition, 1932; Silver medal for drypoint, Midwestern Artists' Exhibition, 1933; Shope prize, 1937. Collections: Sandzén Memorial Art Gallery; Bibliotheque Nationale; Library of Congress; Kansas City Art Institute; Art Institute of Chicago Newlin; A&C KS il; WWAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Sain; Reinbach; Cone; Dawdy; AAA 14/22/26; WWAA 6,7; MAE 1924-25, 1929-33., Arthur W Hall, 1950, London: Joseph Robins, 1833. 288pp. Rebound in full-leather with bands on spine., marbled endpapers. The nineteenth century lady would have pored over her pocket magazine (published bi-annually), and including numerous short stories, poems, society chit-chat and, of course, fashion advice. This one has 22 coloured fashion plates and 11 additional black and white illustrations. Minimal scuffing to covers, some age spots (mostly confined to outer pages), owner name to front endpaper, 7mm dark spot visble on fore edges when book shut, otherwise in excellent condition. 273g.. Full-Leather. Very Good. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall., Joseph Robins, 1833, New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. New. His main field of specialization is ornamental horticulture and landscaping. Dr. Roy has got specially trained on ornamental gardening, plant conservation techniques and management of fully climate controlled green-house from Royal Horticultural Society, London; Royal Botanic Garden, Kew and The Eden Project, Cornwall, United Kingdom; Warsaw Botanical Garden, Poland; Natural History Museum and Arboretum, Paris, France. This perplexity of common people inspired me to record technical information in concise way on garden designing in the form of this book. The main purpose is to provide basic information on design, features, plants, maintenance and how to combine these in the form of gardens. The way these have been illustrated with examples, photographs and list of plants for each feature will certainly help all for finalizing various issues of garden developments. Students of ornamental horticulture and researchers will find chapters on historical aspects, principles and various styles of garden designing of the world supported with relevant reference for further studies. Amateur garden lovers and house owners who like to do designing, selection of plants for their own garden, will find the practical guidelines contained in the book most useful. Professionals, who are associated with designing and development of gardens, will find complete guidelines in the form of designs, features, plants and maintenance of specialized gardens to fulfill the requirements of various situations like factories, temples, avenues, airports, home etc. Those who like to get the garden development job thorough agencies / landscape contractors will find relevant information in the appendix. Even sources of supplies in different region have been provided for facilitating procurement of plant and sundries. By that way, the book will serve as a complete guide for those who are in need of technical information on garden development. Contents Preface Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. History of Gardening in India Chapter 3. Principles of Garden Designing Chapter 4. Different Styles of Garden Designing Chapter 5. Planning a Garden Chapter 6. Features and Structures Chapter 7. Lawn Chapter 8. Plants for the Garden Chapter 9. Ornamental Shrubs Chapter 10. Ornamental Climbers Chapter 11. Ornamental Annuals Chapter 12. House Plants Chapter 13. Bougainvilleas Chapter 14. Chrysanthemums Chapter 15. Coleus Chapter 16. Rose Chapter 17. Hedge, Edge and Topiary Chapter 18. Bulbous and Rhizomatous Plants Chapter 19. Cacti and Succulents Chapter 20. Bonsai Chapter 21. Dahlia Chapter 22. Cycads Chapter 23. Rock Garden and Pool Chapter 24. Designing of Specialized Gardens Chapter 25. Factory Garden Chapter 26. Institutional Gardens Chapter 27. Park Chapter 28. Airport Garden Chapter 29. Vertical Gardening Chapter 30. Temple, Mosque and Shrine Garden Chapter 31. Roof Garden Chapter 32. Roadside Gardens, Traffic Islands, Central Verge Chapter 33. Garden for the Visually Impaired and Disabled Chapter 34. Floral Decoration Chapter 35. Maintenance Calender of the Garden Appendices Printed Pages: 712., New India Publishing Agency, 2013, New India Publishing Agency, 2013. Hardcover. New. His main field of specialization is ornamental horticulture and landscaping. Dr. Roy has got specially trained on ornamental gardening, plant conservation techniques and management of fully climate controlled green-house from Royal Horticultural Society, London; Royal Botanic Garden, Kew and The Eden Project, Cornwall, United Kingdom; Warsaw Botanical Garden, Poland; Natural History Museum and Arboretum, Paris, France. This perplexity of common people inspired me to record technical information in concise way on garden designing in the form of this book. The main purpose is to provide basic information on design, features, plants, maintenance and how to combine these in the form of gardens. The way these have been illustrated with examples, photographs and list of plants for each feature will certainly help all for finalizing various issues of garden developments. Students of ornamental horticulture and researchers will find chapters on historical aspects, principles and various styles of garden designing of the world supported with relevant reference for further studies. Amateur garden lovers and house owners who like to do designing, selection of plants for their own garden, will find the practical guidelines contained in the book most useful. Professionals, who are associated with designing and development of gardens, will find complete guidelines in the form of designs, features, plants and maintenance of specialized gardens to fulfill the requirements of various situations like factories, temples, avenues, airports, home etc. Those who like to get the garden development job thorough agencies / landscape contractors will find relevant information in the appendix. Even sources of supplies in different region have been provided for facilitating procurement of plant and sundries. By that way, the book will serve as a complete guide for those who are in need of technical information on garden development. Contents Preface Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. History of Gardening in India Chapter 3. Principles of Garden Designing Chapter 4. Different Styles of Garden Designing Chapter 5. Planning a Garden Chapter 6. Features and Structures Chapter 7. Lawn Chapter 8. Plants for the Garden Chapter 9. Ornamental Shrubs Chapter 10. Ornamental Climbers Chapter 11. Ornamental Annuals Chapter 12. House Plants Chapter 13. Bougainvilleas Chapter 14. Chrysanthemums Chapter 15. Coleus Chapter 16. Rose Chapter 17. Hedge, Edge and Topiary Chapter 18. Bulbous and Rhizomatous Plants Chapter 19. Cacti and Succulents Chapter 20. Bonsai Chapter 21. Dahlia Chapter 22. Cycads Chapter 23. Rock Garden and Pool Chapter 24. Designing of Specialized Gardens Chapter 25. Factory Garden Chapter 26. Institutional Gardens Chapter 27. Park Chapter 28. Airport Garden Chapter 29. Vertical Gardening Chapter 30. Temple, Mosque and Shrine Garden Chapter 31. Roof Garden Chapter 32. Roadside Gardens, Traffic Islands, Central Verge Chapter 33. Garden for the Visually Impaired and Disabled Chapter 34. Floral Decoration Chapter 35. Maintenance Calender of the Garden Appendices Printed Pages: 712., New India Publishing Agency, 2013, Pinner: Private Libraries Association, 1991. Limited to 1750 copies. Including a select bibliography. Painter, wood engraver, draughtsman and teacher; born in London, son of painter Sir Herbert Hughes-Stanton, President of the Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours. He was educated at Colet Court and at thirteen joined HMS Conway the cadet School Ship. Unable to master spelling and punctuation (Dyslexic?) and after failing to get into the Royal Navy, he studied art at the Byam Shaw School in 1919-22. It was here that he met Leon Underwood and became one of the first students at the Leon Underwood School of Painting and Sculpture. Attending evening classes at first, whilst still at the Royal Academy School (1922-23) and later full time (1923-25). Under Marion Mitchell an american, who had studied wood engraving in Paris under Galanis, Hughes-Stanton was taught wood engraving. It was at Underwood’s school that he met Henry Moore and they formed a group including Eileen Agar, Gertrude Hermes and Ralph Chubb. In 1925 the group broke away from the Society of Wood Engravers and formed the English Wood Engravers Society. Exhibitions were held annually at St. George’s Gallery. The Underwood Group had by then set up its own magazine, ‘The Island’ which only ran to 4 issues in 3 volumes. Hughes-Stanton married Gertrude Hermes in 1926. He succeeded John Maynard as head of the Gregynog Press in 1931 and with his second wife, Ida Graves, established the Gemini Press, illustrating her ‘Epithalamion’ in 1934. It was also in the 1930’s that he first introduced colour into his engravings. He won an international prize for engraving at the Venice Biennale in 1938. During the war he worked in camouflage with the Royal Engineers, afterwards he was sent to Greece (he was captured, became a POW and was shot in the face). After the war, commissions for private press books dried up and his war wound seriously affected his three dimensional vision. He found work teaching at Westminster School of Art 1947-8 and from 1948 Hughes-Stanton was a lecturer in printmaking and drawing at the Society of Wood Engravers, St. Martins and The Central School of Art. He latterly lived in Manningtree, Essex. Rare.. First Edition. Hardcover. New/No Jacket, as Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Private Libraries Association, 1991, National Rose Society, London, 1930-1944, 1965-69, 1973-74. 22 vols.. Hard covers. V.g./No Jacket. A fifteen-volume run from 1930 to 1944, plus seven later volumes, the latter with some full-page colour illustrations., National Rose Society, London, 1930-1944, 1965-69, 1973-74, Brotherhood of the Union, 1897. * * INSCRIBED BY H.B. WALTER, THE SUPREME SCROLL KEEPER ON 2ND FREE PAGE * * Hard cover bound in brown cloth without title or decoration, a few b/w photos illustrate the text pages, 161 pages. 1st printing. Cover soiled and stained, edges worn at tips of corners and ends of the spine with a small open tear in fabric at heel of the spine, new end papers added at sometime in the past are lightly soiled, text pages age toned and have marginal fingering/soiling. Scans available. All books shipped with USPS delivery confirmation.. Signed. First Edition. Hardcover. Good., Brotherhood of the Union, 1897, Leiden, Netherlands: University of Washington Press. 2002. Trade paperback. Good. minor notes on a few pages. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 470 p. Contains: Illustrations. Verhandelingen Van Het Koninklijk Instituut Voor Taal-, Land-En Volkenkunde, 193. Audience: General/trade. . Pura Besakih is the paramount Hindu temple on Bali. Located high on the slopes of the volcano Mt. Agung, it has developed over more than a thousand years into a great complex of 22 separate temples, the largest and central being Pura Penataran Agung. The annual cycle of more than 70 rituals, which symbolically link the temples into a whole, culminates in the centenary ceremony called Ekadasa Rudra, last held in 1979. The temple complex, state-supported since the 15th century, has undergone a series of architectural and ritual changes. This study combines an analysis of textual and historical sources with the fieldwork methods of anthropology to create a unified interpretation of this great temple. ., University of Washington Press, 2002, Harper Design, 2011-02-22. Annual. Paperback. Used:Good. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available., Harper Design, 2011-02-22

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This latest volume of the Society of Illustrators annual is a gorgeous collection of the year's best illustrations derived from books, advertising, comics, and uncommissioned illustrations. Designed by D.J. Stout of the prestigious Pentagram Design firm, this massive volume presents not only the year's finest illustrative work, but also delves into the ideas behind the art as stated by the artists themselves. Each artist discusses the "how to" and "why" of their art, marking this annual as both a visually stunning art book, and a riveting read into the creative process of today's top working illustrators.

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ISBN/EAN: 0062004603

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
0-06-200460-3, 978-0-06-200460-4

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