Architecture and art of the Deccan Sultanates

George Michell and Mark Zebrowski

The Muslim kingdoms of the Deccan plateau flourished from the fourteenth to eighteenth centuries. During this period, the Deccan sultans built palaces, mosques and tombs, and patronised artists who produced paintings and decorative objects. Many of these buildings and works of art still survive as testimony to the sophisticated techniques of their craftsmen. This volume is the first to offer an overall survey of these architectural and artistic traditions and to place them within their historical context. The links which existed between the Deccan and the Middle East, for example, are discernible in Deccani architecture and paintings, and a remarkable collection of photographs, many of which have never been published before, testify to these influences. The book will be a source of inspiration to all those interested in the rich and diverse culture of India, as well as to those concerned with the artistic heritage of the Middle East.

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[目次]

  • Introduction
  • 1. Historical framework
  • 2. Forts and palaces
  • 3. Mosques and tombs
  • 4. Architectural decoration
  • 5. Miniature painting: Ahmadnagar and Bijnapur
  • 6. Miniature painting: Golconda and other centres
  • 7. Textiles, metalwork and stone objects
  • 8. Temples
  • 9. Conclusion.

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書名 Architecture and art of the Deccan Sultanates
著作者等 Michell, George
Zebrowski, Mark
シリーズ名 The new Cambridge history of India
出版元 Cambridge University Press
刊行年月 1999
ページ数 xxi, 297 p., [18] p. of plates
大きさ 26 cm
ISBN 0521563216
NCID BA4196789X
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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