Hindu Temple Art of Orissa

By: DONALDSON, THOMAS E

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Leiden.: Brill.. 1985- 1987.. 3 volumes. Volume I: xx + 562pp. Volume II: viii + 1049pp. Volume III: 1438pp. 4381 black and white photographic plates. Few spots of pale foxing on endpapers and edges but otherwise completely clean. Dustjackets trifle soiled and showing a little light wear but now protected. A very good set of an important work. "This book is a study of the Hindu temple art of Orissa with particular reference to the city of Bhubaneswar, which among the cities of India is unique in that its extant temples cover nearly a thousand years of sustained architectural activity. The book is divided in two main sections. In the first of these, Part I, (Chapters I - VIII), the temples are treated in a broad chronological and regional sequence with a brief historical introduction at the beginning of each chapter. In Part II the stylistic evolution and iconographic program of select individual features, motifs and sculptures are analyzed in detail, emphasizing continuity and change. Chapters IX-XII are devoted to individual architectural features while chapters XIII-XVIII delineate the stylistic evolution and iconographic development of sculptural motifs. This comprehensive monograph introduces hitherto little-known Orissan temples and sculptures and should prove to be an invaluable encyclopaedic source-book in respect to stylistic and iconographic evolution." From the dustjacket. .

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