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Modern Art in Thailand: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

£190.00

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Hardcover, published by Oxford University Press, Singapore. First edition, 1992.

This is the first comprehensive account of the development of modern art in Thailand. Its central focus is to trace the main thread of eclecticism that characterizes modern Thai art, and to show how foreign influences, as well as Buddhism, local traditions, and folk cultures, served as catalysts in the development of styles.

Hardback with dust jacket. Boards are a little warped, and there is a tape repair to the dust jacket and a little spotting to endpapers, but the book remains in very good condition.

Enclosed inside the book is a postcard of an artwork by Panya Vijinthanasarn (an artist whose work is included in the book) which appears to be signed by the artist.

This book will be sent by courier.

Item details

Author(s):
Poshyananda, Apinan
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
220 x 260 mm
EAN-13:
9780195885620
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9780195885620
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
259
Publisher:
OUP Singapore

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Hardcover, published by Oxford University Press, Singapore. First edition, 1992.

This is the first comprehensive account of the development of modern art in Thailand. Its central focus is to trace the main thread of eclecticism that characterizes modern Thai art, and to show how foreign influences, as well as Buddhism, local traditions, and folk cultures, served as catalysts in the development of styles.

Hardback with dust jacket. Boards are a little warped, and there is a tape repair to the dust jacket and a little spotting to endpapers, but the book remains in very good condition.

Enclosed inside the book is a postcard of an artwork by Panya Vijinthanasarn (an artist whose work is included in the book) which appears to be signed by the artist.

This book will be sent by courier.

Author(s):
Poshyananda, Apinan
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
220 x 260 mm
EAN-13:
9780195885620
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9780195885620
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
259
Publisher:
OUP Singapore

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