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SUSHIL SARKAR – PAINTINGS
Introduction by M. S. Randhawa
New Delhi: Dhoomi Mal Dharam Das, 1947
pp. 6 + 15 tipped-in colour plates
Size: 36.8 x 27.9 Cms.
Stiff card covers with a large colour plate pasted
Condition: Fair. Covers soiled with a couple of small moth holes
across the blank areas of the book but the colour plates are all in very
TWENTY PORTRAITS By Mukul Dey
Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & Co., 1943
Size: 27.9 x 22.8 Cms.
Preface + List of Plates followed by 20 tipped-in monochrome plates
[LACKS one of Rabindranath Tagore] and text on facing pages.
Edition was limited to 1000 copies
Portraits made between 1917 and 1942 of Sri Aurobindo Ghose, Sir
Maurice Gwyer, Annie Besant, Sir John Anderson, C. F. Andrews,
W. W. Pearson, Albert Einstein, Sven Hedin, Sarojini Naidu,
Sir Francis Younghusband, Ernest O’G. Kirwan, Sarat Chandra
Chatterji, George S. Arundale, Sir Dorabji Tata, Rukmini Devi,
Bimala Churn Law, Werner Keventer, Mohandas Karamchand
Gandhi, Abanindra Nath Tagore.
Condition: Poor. Binding loose with front cover and 1 tipped-in
Sold as collection of plates
SHANTINIKETAN – THE BOLPUR SCHOOL OF
By W. W. Pearson
Illustrated by MUKUL CHANDRA DEY
London: Macmillan, 1917
pp. xv, 111 with about 24 b&w illustrations by Mukul Dey, four of
them full-page and the rest chapter-heads or tailpieces
size: 20.3 x 12.7 Cms.
Original blue cloth binding with title embossed on cover and spine
Condition: Good. Covers a little speckled and foxing to pastedowns
FLAMES OF PASSION – Love Poems in Prose and Verse by Subho
Illustrations by Arabinda Datta
Calcutta: Susil Gupta
pp. 88 + 14 b&w plates on art paper
size: 17.7 x 12.7 Cms.
Paper-covered boards with title ticket pasted on cover.
Condition: Fair. Spine lacking, covers grubby, a few marginal
Only book with illustrations by Calcutta artist Arabinda Datta, a
contemporary of Mukul Dey.
FIFTEEN DRYPOINTS – Mukul Dev