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Art of India
a wanderIndia drawing and colouring book

by Suhag Shirodkar and Suhita Shirodkar

with illustrations by Suhita Shirodkar

An enchanting colouring book which introduces young readers to the delights of Indian art forms
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Category: Art, Children's Books, Contemporary Art, Crafts, Culture, Heritage
Tags: Colouring, Drawing, Art
 
IN STOCK
241 x 267 mm | 10.5 x 9.5 in
Paperback | 36 pages
34 colour illustrations
ISBN:
978-93-85360-20-6 (Mapin)
978-1-935677-77-2 (Grantha)?
 
PRICE:
Rs.295.00  | $11.95  | £9.50  | €10.50
 
SPECIAL OFFER:
ORDER WILL BE DISPATCHED ON 26TH DECEMBER 2016
 
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This delightful colouring book introduces young readers (and their older relatives as well!) to the art of India—found everywhere from monuments and textiles, to sidewalks, vehicles, movies, and objects of everyday use!
 
With 34 attractive illustrations, this volume introduces readers and young artists to a broad spectrum of Indian art, beginning with the seals of the vanished Indus valley civilisation right up to exuberant movie posters of today. The book also takes the reader through patterns of embroidery, folk art, performing art, murals, matchboxes, mehendi and more! This enchanting activity book provides ample inspiration for a curious young mind.
 
Writer and ceramic artist Suhag Shirodkar lives in Goa and helps manage her family's mango orchard in the Konkan. She is also the author of Captured in Miniature (Mapin), which introduces children to Mughal history through paintings of the time.
 
Illustrator Suhita Shirodkar grew up in Mumbai. She enjoys sketching in urban settings and blogs at sketchaway.wordpress.com.

 

 

 

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