|Author:||B. N. Goswamy,Eberhard Fischer|
|Title:||Paintings by Nainsukh of Guler: Works from the Pahari Region of the 18th Century in the Collection of the Museum Rietberg Zurich Ascribed to the Master, His Workshop, and His Successors|
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|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Paul Holberton publishing; 1st Printing edition (January 1, 1999)|
This portfolio of a group of Indian miniature paintings by Nainsukh of Guler, a remarkable I. .Start by marking Paintings by Nainsukh of Guler: Works from the Pahari Region of the 18th Century in the Collection of the Museum Rietberg Zurich Ascribed to the Master, His Workshop, and His Successors as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. A leading authority on Indian art, his work covers a wide range and is regarded, especially in the area of Pahari painting, as having influenced much thinking. He is the recipient of many honours, including the Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowship, the Rietberg Award from Switzerland for Out . Goswamy, distinguished art historian, is Professor Emeritus of Art History at the Panjab University, Chandigarh.
Botanischer ExkursionsfÃ hrer der Bonner Umgebung. ISBN 9783907070888 (978-3-907070-88-8) Softcover, Museum Rietberg, 1999.
Nainsukh of Guler: A Great Indian Painter from a Small Hill-State. Supplement 41 of Artibus Asiae. Zurich: Museum Rietberg, 1997, pp. 244–47, no. 97, pp. 250–51, no. 99; Eberhard Fischer and B. N. Goswamy. Paintings by Nainsukh of Guler: Indian Miniatures-Works from the Pahari Region of the Eighteenth Century in the Collection of the Museum Rietberg Zürich Ascribed to the Master, His Workshop, and His Successors. Zurich: Museum Rietberg, 1999, pp. 34–43, nos. 12–17. 8. Eberhard Fischer and B.
Catalog of the donated paintings of Horst Metzger. His work covers a wide range and is highly regarded, especially in the area of Indian painting. He has received many honors, has taught at several universities across the world, and has been responsible for major exhibitions of Indian art at international venues. He is the author of over 25 books on Indian art and culture including, The Essence of Indian Art (1986); Pahari Masters: Court Painters of Northern India (with E. Fischer; 1992); and, most recently, The Spirit of Indian Painting: Close Encounters with 101 Great Works (2015)
1. The Pahari Painter. 2. The master of the early Devi Mahatmya series. 3. The master of the early Rasamanjari series. 4. Devidasa of Nurpur. 5. The master(s) of the Bahu Shangri Ramayana Series. 6. The master at the Court of Mankot. 7. 392 pp. Seller Inventory 74999. Paintings by Nainsukh of Guler: Works from the Pahari Region of the 18th Century in the Collection of the Museum Rietberg Zurich Ascribed to the Master, His Workshop, and His Successors. B. Goswamy; Eberhard Fischer. Published by Paul Holberton publishing (1999).
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Brijinder Nath Goswamy is an Indian art critic, art historian and a former vice chairman of the Sarabhai Foundation of Ahmedabad, which runs the Calico Museum of Textiles. Goswamy is best known for his scholarship on Pahari painting and Indian miniature paintings.
Nainsukh (literally "Joy of the Eyes"; c. 1710 – 1778) was an Indian painter. He was the younger son of the painter Pandit Seu and, like his older brother Manaku, was an important practitioner of Pahari painting, and has been called "one of the most original and brilliant of Indian painters".
Such works are often ascribed to the Family of Nainsukh. Goswamy, the leading scholar of Nainsukh, "Devices and mannerisms associated with Nainsukh include: a preference for uncoloured grounds; shading through a light wash that imparts volume and weight to figures and groups; a fine horizontal line that separates ground from background; a rich green in which his landscapes are usually bathed; a bush with flat circular leaves that he. often introduces; a peculiar loop of the long stem of a hooka; and a minor figure often introduced in a two-thirds profile.