MAKING SENSE OF BUDDHIST ART AND ARCHITECTURE


MAKING SENSE OF BUDDHIST ART AND ARCHITECTURE

PATRICIA EICHENBAUM KARETZKY    Book Number: 84885    Product format: Paperback

Explains the author, 'To understand Buddhism it is important to know that it is not a monolith of beliefs, and that in the 2,500 years since the birth of the Buddha it has undergone continuous changes.' Filled with photographs, this enlightening book helps us to discover the artistic side of Buddhist art and architecture, as well as the beliefs and the history of Buddhism. The symbolism is explained clearly, from the Buddha's birth to his death, aged 80. Here are paintings, buildings, statues, stupas and pagodas, all illustrated in stunning colour. 226pp.
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ISBN 9780500291696
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