Krishna Theme in the Visual Arts of Rajasthan A Study of the Representation 1st Published
by Vandana Khanna
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|Pages:||pp. ix + 224, 94 Plates (Partly Col.), Index, Biblio.
The Title "Krishna Theme in the Visual Arts of Rajasthan A Study of the Representation 1st Published" is written by Vandana Khanna. This book was published in the year 1998. The ISBN number 818678232X|9788186782323 is assigned to the Hardback version of this title. The book displayed here is a 1st Published edition. This book has total of pp. ix + 224 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Publication Scheme. We have about 282 other great books from this publisher. Krishna Theme in the Visual Arts of Rajasthan A Study of the Representation 1st Published is currently Available with us.
The present work is an exhaustive study of Krishna theme in literature Painting and sculpture of Rajasthan from 200 B.C. to 1900 A.D. It deals with a vast area of research on the depiction of Krishna in reliefs of temples, baoris, chhatris etc. on the one hand and murals, pichhavais and miniatures on the other. The themes of literature have been interpreted in the paintings and Sculptures of Rajasthan which addresses to our emotions and sensibilities. It will be of interest to art historians, artists, critics and anyone concerned with Indian paintings and sculpture.
The work dwells upon deeply with different aspects of the personality of Krishna as an incarnation, as a child God, a youth, a saviours and an amourous lover. The Author has dealt with the devotional as well as Sringarika literature in interpreting and studying the various themes of Krishna's life and its representation in different art forms of painting and sculpture.
The analysis of a vast number of paintings and sculptures keeping in view the stylistic characteristics of different schools of Rajasthan's visual arts is being achieved with competence in this work. The study also reveals the origin, development and transformation of various motifs in these art which have their origin in the legend of Krishna, the flute player cowherd. The Book carries no less than 90 plates in colour and black and white exhibiting the wide survey of the subject made by the author. The relevant sculptures, painting and pichhavais from different art collections of private and Government agencies India have been included in this book.
Dr. Vandana Khanna Gauba (birth-11th February, 1968) has obtained her graduation and post graduation Degrees from the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. She is well conversant with the traditions of Art both in theory and practice.
Her field of interest centres around the art history of Rajasthan. She has published a number of research papers on Krishna legend and its visual representation in the arts of Rajasthan. She was awarded the degree of Ph.D. on her work. The Representation of Krishna theme in the Visual Arts of Rajasthan (200 B.C. - 1900A.D.) in the year 1993.
Of her numerous activities as an artist, mention may be made of few exhibitions arranged at Faridabad Kala Mela by Rajasthan Lalit Kala Academy between 1988-97.
1. Origin and Development of Krisna Theme
2. Representation of Krisna in Sculptural Art of Rajasthan
3. Visual Representation of Krisna Based on Pauranika and Sanskrit Literature
4. Krisna in Paintings Based on Devotional Literature
5. Krisna as a Hero of Sringarika Works
6. Representation of Krisna in Pichhavais and Murals of Rajasthan