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Manjit Bawa... In His Own Words(Pocket Art Series)

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The 'Pocket Art Series' is a unique and innovative set of small books focusing on artists and art forms which have left an indelible impression on the culture of India. The purpose is to make quintessential Indian art affordable and accessible for all -- art lovers, aficionados, and students.

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Product Specifications


Length 10.79 cm (4.25")
Width 15.87 cm (6.25")

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Author: Ina Puri

Imprints: Lustre

Binding: Paper Back

Pages: 64

Category:Contemporary Art

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  • Made to order items cannot be returned or exchanged
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The Maker

CMYK Book Store

A Roli Books initiative, CMYK is a first of its kind concept book store in the country. The focus at CMYK is on books dedicated to art and design from award winning publishers such as Phaidon, Thames & Hudson, Laurence King, Antique Collector’s Club, Tate Museum, British Museum, Abrams, Skira, Braun, and many more. The store covers subjects in 20,000+ titles relating to art, design, photography, architecture, jewellery, travel, lifestyle, specialty cookbooks, fashion, gardening, and a collection of fiction, non-fiction, biography etc. Today, the company has generously encouraged every genre of publishing and is just the preface of what might well become a bestseller.

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