5 edition of Aktualʹnye problemy borʹby s narkomanieĭi narkobiznesom found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
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The early decades of the nineteenth century witnessed the pursuit of a dream, an obsession with cajoling nature into a miraculous reflection upon a surface where it could be captured and retained for all time.
Book by Deepali Dewan Book 1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 94 WorldCat member libraries worldwide "During his lifetime, the path-breaking and prolific lensman Raja Deen Dayal 1884-1905 was one of the most widely recognised photographers from the Indian subcontinent.
by Lala Deen Dayal Book• Together, they produced more than 30,000 images of architecture, landscape, and people that have played a central role in how India's past has been visualized.
In this way, lays the groundwork to rethink the history and practice of photography in India: as a commercial business, as an engagement with new technology, and as an aesthetic enterprise"--Provided by publisher by Vidya Dehejia Book 1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide "At the turn of the millennium, photography is ubiquitous and unquestioned.
Also present are views of Africa: Algeria, Egypt, and South Africa; Asia: China, Hong Kong, Japan, India, and Turkey; Middle East: Jordan; Lebanon; and Syria; and North America: Mexico and Hawaii.
" India was at the vanguard of the explosion of photography; both Indian and foreigner mainly British strove to document and reveal the Indian landscape, people, and architecture. This volume explores varied topics, from Dayal's public works, state visit, and hunting photographs to his images chronicling India's elite and growing middle classes. A century and a half ago however, notes curator and scholar Vidya Dehejia, "the simple ability to produce a photograph was in itself a marvel.
Other European countries represented include: Austria, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Greece, Malta, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. Edition Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Today he remains among the most celebrated figures from this earlier era. One view shows Aktualʹnye problemy borʹby s narkomanieĭi narkobiznesom scaffolding erected on the dome along with the laborers who worked on the restoration by Joseph Armstrong Baird Visual and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide The collection spans several continents and numerous countries, although the majority of the photographs depict buildings and cities in Europe, especially in the countries of Italy, France, Germany, and Great Britain.
This book brings together for the first time extensive archival research with close analyses of the significant body of Dayal's work preserved in the Alkazi Collection of Photography. Over the course of his remarkable career, Dayal opened studios in Indore, Secunderabad, and Bombay, employing over fifty staff photographers and assistants. This book appeals to specialists and nonspecialists alike - all those who love early photography or British India are bound to enjoy India through the Lens.
The essays in this book reveal the history and importance of photography in India, from the appeal of the panorama to the documentation of people, places, and princes - and to the outstanding Indian photographer, Lala Deen Dayal, who was unique in being esteemed by both the world of the British and the world of princely India.