Hindu Gods of Peninsular Siam
Author: Stanley J. O’Connor
Artibus Asiae, Institute of Fine Arts. Supplementum 28. 76 pages with 50 black & white photo illustrations. A detailed discussion of some of the most important Hindu statues found in what is now the peninsular of Thailand. The author studies the stylistic development of this art and compares it with examples from India and Cambodia.
Contents: Map of Peninsular Siam; Map of India and Southeast Asia; A bridge and a Barrier; Conch Shell on Hip: The “Aberrant” Statues of Vishnu: Indian Comparisons; The Visnu from Takuapa; Late Pallava and Cola Style on the Peninsula; Bibliography abbreviations; Index.
Hardcover with jacket, very light surface wear to cover and edges, contents excellent. 12.5 by 9.35 inches.