Author: Madeline Hallade.
266 pages with 208 illustrations, including 24 in color, & drawings and maps. The author, a member of the curatorial staff of the Musee Guimet in Paris, begins with a geographical and historical survey of the vast region concerned; then in the full account of the Gandharan art which occupies the main part of the book, she examines the different schools of sculpture individually; ending with a discussion of the extraordinary extent of of the influence exerted by the Gandharan style on Buddhist art and Oriental art generally.
Hardcover with jacket, text in excellent clean condition, very light wear to jacket, small closed and hidden tear at front flap. 11.75 by 10 inches.