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  • Author:
    Pedro Moura Carvalho
  • ISBN:
    1934772968
  • ISBN13:
    978-1934772966
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    Periscope Pub (May 30, 2008)
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    77 pages
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This book shows how the trade in exotica spurred the development of an extraordinary hybrid art, at once Indian and . PEDRO MOURA CARVALHO is Aga Khan Fellow at Harvard University.

This book shows how the trade in exotica spurred the development of an extraordinary hybrid art, at once Indian and Portuguese. Many of the featured objects have never before been properly identified or presented to the public.

by Pedro Moura Carvalho. Soon after the Portuguese opened the first direct sea route from Europe to Asia, they established trading centers in India and Sri Lanka. By the early 1500s, the courts and the cities of Europe had become avid consumers of luxury goods imported form South Asia. This book shows how the trade in exotica spurred the development of an extraordinary hybrid art, at once Indian and Portufuese.

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Online version: Carvalho, Pedro de Moura. ix, 77 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), map ; 29 cm. Other Titles: Artistic exchange between India and Portugal around 1600. Responsibility: Pedro Moura Carvalho. All Authors, Contributors: Pedro de Moura Carvalho; Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Find more information about: Pedro de Moura Carvalho. ISBN: 978193477772968.

Автор: Moura Carvalho Pedro Название: Luxury for Export: Artistic Exchang Издательство: Prestel . This book shows how the trade in exotica spurred the development of a hybrid art, at once Indian and Portuguese.

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Luxury for Export: Artistic Exchange between India and Portugal around 1600. Exh. cat. (Boston: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 2008), pp. 38-39, no. 5. (as Gujarati, about 1600).

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Mirt al-quds (Mirror of Holiness): A Life of Christ for Emperor Akbar (Muqarnas, Supplements). by Pedro Moura Carvalho. ISBN 9789004211490 (978-90-04-21149-0) Hardcover, BRILL, 2011. Coauthors & Alternates.

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Soon after the Portuguese opened the first direct sea route from Europe to Asia, they established trading centers in India and Sri Lanka. By the early 1500s, the courts and the cities of Europe had become avid consumers of luxury goods imported from South Asia. This book shows how the trade in exotica spurred the development of an extraordinary hybrid art, at once Indian and Portuguese. Many of the featured objects have never before been properly identified or presented to the public.