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Trends in Khmer art /
Jean Boisselier ; edited by Natasha Eilenberg ; translated by Natasha Eilenberg and Melvin Elliott.
imprint
Ithaca, N.Y. : Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 1989.
description
118 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. --
ISBN
0877277052
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Ithaca, N.Y. : Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 1989.
isbn
0877277052
general note
Rev. translation of: Tendances de l'art khmèr.
catalogue key
691222
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. [117]-118).
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First Chapter
A translation of Professor Boisselier's original work. This monograph discusses twenty-four sculptures representative of Khmer art. Includes brief chapters on the history and religions of Cambodia as background for understanding the discussion of the statuary itself, as well as beautiful black-and-white reproductions and a glossary.

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"Professor Boisselier's book takes on a new meaning, popularizing these masterpieces once again and reminding the world of their great beauty and importance."-Ars Orientalis
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A translation of Professor Boisselier's original work. This monograph discusses twenty-four sculptures representative of Khmer art. Includes brief chapters on the history and religions of Cambodia as background for understanding the discussion of the statuary itself, as well as beautiful black-and-white reproductions and a glossary.
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Studies on Southeast Asia 6 A translation of Professor Boisselier's original work. This monograph discusses twenty-four sculptures representative of Khmer art. Includes brief chapters on the history and religions of Cambodia as background for understanding the discussion of the statuary itself, as well as beautiful black-and-white reproductions and a glossary.

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