Mughal and Rajput Painting (New Cambridge History of India)

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Mughal and Rajput Painting (New Cambridge History of India)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 252 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521400275
  • DDC分類 759.954

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The Mughals - descendants of Timur and Genghiz Khan with strong cultural ties to the Persian world - seized political power in north India in 1526 and became the most important artistically active Muslim dynasty on the subcontinent. In this richly illustrated book, Dr Milo Beach shows how, between 1555 and 1630 in particular, Mughal patronage of the arts was incessant and radically innovative for the Indian context. The author reveals how Mughal painting was defined by the styles popular at the imperial court, whereas Pajput painting consisted of many local court styles, corresponding to the various Hindu kingdoms, each with different tastes and artistic inspirations. By reproducing nearly 200 examples in this study, Milo Beach traces the interplay of the traditions of Mughal and Rajput painting from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries. He demonstrates the tolerance each showed towards outside influence and change and thus helps to define a uniquely Indian attitude towards the arts.

Table of Contents

        List of illustrations                      xi
General editor's preface xxix
Preface xxxi
Introduction 1 (3)
Painting in North India before 1540 4 (11)
1540--1580: Painting at Muslim courts 15 (24)
1580--1600: The new imperial style and its 39 (29)
impact
1600--1660: Mughal painting and the rise of 68 (89)
local workshops
1660--1700: The growth of local styles 157 (17)
1700--1800: The dominance of Rajput painting 174 (40)
1800--1858: Traditionalism and new influences 214 (15)
Appendix 229 (11)
Bibliographical essay 240 (8)
Index 248