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  • Author:
    Art Institute of Chicago,Betty Seid,Pratapaditya Pal
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    0865591962
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Pal, a curator at the Art Institute, provides a detailed introduction on the exhibition's theme of animals in Indian art and life; she was joined in preparation of this b. .Published June 1st 2002 by Art Institute of Chicago.

Pal, a curator at the Art Institute, provides a detailed introduction on the exhibition's theme of animals in Indian art and life; she was joined in preparation of this b This small but lovely catalog was created to accompany an exhibition held at the Art Institute of Chicago in 2002. Each of 38 works is reproduced in a color plate and discussed in a lengthy catalog entry. The Holy Cow and Other Animals: A Selection of Indian Paintings from the Art Institute of Chicago. 0865591962 (ISBN13: 9780865591967).

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Manufacturer: Art Institute of Chicago Release date: 1 August 2002 ISBN-10 : 0865591962 ISBN-13: 9780865591967

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The Holy Cow and Other Animals : A Selection of Indian Paintings from the Art Institute of Chicago.

This small but lovely catalog was created to accompany an exhibition held at the Art Institute of Chicago in 2002. Each of 38 works is reproduced in a color plate and discussed in a lengthy catalog entry. Pal, a curator at the Art Institute, provides a detailed introduction on the exhibition's theme of animals in Indian art and life; she was joined in preparation of this book by Seid, a researcher and exhibition coordinator in the Institute's department of Asian art. The volume includes a bibliography but no index. It is distributed by the U. of Washington Press. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)