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    DescriptionIntricate and inventive, these 30 full-page designs are drawn from the vibrant patterns that have adorned Indian clothing and decorative objects for centuries. Motifs include birds and animals, folkloric characters, abstract florals, paisley patterns, and other bold designs. Colorists of all ages will thrill to the challenge of bringing these black-and-white patterns to vivid life.


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    Title
    Traditional Designs from India
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Marty Noble
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 32
    Width: 209 mm
    Height: 275 mm
    Thickness: 4 mm
    Weight: 127 g
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9780486448152
    ISBN 10: 0486448150
    Classifications

    BIC E4L: EY, PIB
    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: Y1.2
    BIC subject category V2: YBG
    B&T Merchandise Category: JUV
    Ingram Subject Code: CIZF
    Libri: I-CIZF
    B&T General Subject: 216
    B&T Book Type: JN
    BISAC V2.8: JNF038020
    Warengruppen-Systematik des deutschen Buchhandels: 22920
    BISAC V2.8: JNF001000
    LC subject heading:
    DC22: 745.4/0954, 745.40954
    DC21: 745.40954
    BISAC V2.8: JNF006030
    LC classification: NK1476.A1 N63 2006
    Thema V1.0: YBG
    Publisher
    Dover Publications Inc.
    Imprint name
    Dover Publications Inc.
    Publication date
    28 April 2006
    Publication City/Country
    New York
    Table of contents
    1. Center panel: painted ceiling decoration--tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah, Agra. Side panels: stencil design. 2. Vase design, Mughal India. 3. Center: stencil design. Border: chikankari embroidery design 4. Center: Rangoli design, Mandana, Gujarat. Bottom border: design from Bihar. 5. Borders: stencil design. Center: detail, scroll painting, West Bengal. 6. Border: detail, fresco and mosaic--tomb of Jahangir, Lahore. Center area: wood and ivory mosaic--Golden Temple, Amritsar. 7. "Jagannath, Baladev, and Manika the Milkmaid"--Paata painting from Orissa. 8. Top: Kolam design, Bengal. Border: chikankari embroidery design. Bottom center: card design, Madhubani, Bihar. 9. Bukhani, Gujurat. 10. Toran decorated with gods, animals, and flowers--northwestern India. 11. Kohbar on handmade paper, treated with cow dung--Madhubani. 12. Design on inlaid tray, Agra. 13. "Striped Lion with Flowers"--painting on paper from Mithila region, Bihar, India. 14. "Lanka Dahan" painting on handmade paper, Madhubani, Bihar. 15. Motif from illuminated manuscript--Mughal India. 16. "Goddess Sarasvati and Her Peacock"--second folio from a Chitrakathi series, northern Karnataka. 17. "Amrit Manthan" painting on handmade paper, Madhubani, Bihar. 18. Top of enameled box, Jaipur, India. 19. Center: base of rosewater sprinkler, northern India. Bottom border: Niello ornament. 20. Wall painting, Rajasthan. 21. Part of a scroll painting illustrating a folk legend, used as a prop in storytelling performances--West Bengal, around 1800. 22. Center: woodcut design, West Bengal. Border: chikankari embroidery design. 23. Embroidery on silk, Gujarat. 24. Wall hanging, Gujarat 25. Design from a Chitrakathi folio, northern Karnataka. 26. Inlaid brass panel, Jhang, Punjab. 27. Center: wood and ivory mosaic design--Golden Temple, Amritsar. Circle border: pottery design, Bombay School of Art. Bottom: Marwar-pattern Hindu neck ornament 28. Wood and ivory mosaic, Golden Temple, Amritsar. 29. Design for textile printing, Andhra Pradesh. 30. Fragment of a scroll painting depicting episodes in a Bengali version of the Ramayana--West Bengal, early 19th century.