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The Cloth of the Mother Goddess

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Product description

Jagdish Chitara is a skilled folk artist,
working in the Mata-Ni-Pachedi style of ritual textile painting from Gujarat,
India. Belonging to a traditional group of artists from the marginalised
Waghari community, he has been practising this art for over 40 years. This is
Jagdish s second collaboration with Tara Books, after The Great Race. His next
book with Tara is Brer Rabbit Retold. The Kondra Brothers K. Gangadhar and K.
Narasaiah from Andhra Pradesh belong to a family of traditional wooden
block-making artists. This copy of the limited second edition is numbered
149/500, and is in very good condition. Includes a data DVD on the work.

Item details

Added value:
Limited edition 149 of 500
Author(s):
Jagdish Chitara
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
255mm x 255mm
Edition:
2nd
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Tara Books
Title:
The Cloth of the Mother Goddess

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Jagdish Chitara is a skilled folk artist,
working in the Mata-Ni-Pachedi style of ritual textile painting from Gujarat,
India. Belonging to a traditional group of artists from the marginalised
Waghari community, he has been practising this art for over 40 years. This is
Jagdish s second collaboration with Tara Books, after The Great Race. His next
book with Tara is Brer Rabbit Retold. The Kondra Brothers K. Gangadhar and K.
Narasaiah from Andhra Pradesh belong to a family of traditional wooden
block-making artists. This copy of the limited second edition is numbered
149/500, and is in very good condition. Includes a data DVD on the work.

Added value:
Limited edition 149 of 500
Author(s):
Jagdish Chitara
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
255mm x 255mm
Edition:
2nd
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Tara Books
Title:
The Cloth of the Mother Goddess

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