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Here are India’s best-known beasts rendered by a variety of folk and tribal artists. Screen-printed on handmade paper.
A Gond tribal fable about water…and on the human relationship to this most primeval of elements.
In this poetic memoir, Mithila painter Santosh Kumar Das pays a tribute to the muses that transformed him.
Gond images are filled with patterns, and each pattern is unique to a particular artist, making it his or her signature.
Stories and exquisite art from some of the finest living artists, on the most universal of themes: the sun and the moon.
A fold-out activity book in the Bengal Patua style of scroll painting, on the everyday world of indigenous Santhal people.
A monkey in a jungle that tourists visit decides to help himself to a camera!
A quintessentially Indian version of Pinocchio, illustrated in the style of the Patua scroll tradition of eastern India.
Experience the jolly maze of an Indian village carnival!
Visual travelogue from a Gond tribal artist reverses the anthropological gaze.
Visual narrative in the Mithila tradition explores the dilemmas of a young woman.
Count the improbable number of animals on an an ever-expanding tree…