8 edition of Ancient Indonesian art of the central and eastern Javanese periods found in the catalog.
by Asia Society; distributed by New York Graphic Society in [New York]
Written in English
Catalog of an exhibition shown in the Asia House Gallery in the fall of 1971 and other museums.
|Statement||[by] Jan Fontein, R. Soekmono [and] Satyawati Suleiman.|
|Contributions||Soekmono, R., Suleiman, Satyawati., Asia House Gallery.|
|LC Classifications||N7326 .F6 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||70161196|
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[New York] Asia Society; distributed by New York Graphic Society  (OCoLC) Ancient Indonesian Art of the Central and Eastern Javanese Periods, Issue 6 An Asia House Gallery publication Ancient Indonesian Art of the Central and Eastern Javanese Periods.
Ancient Indonesian art of the central and eastern Javanese periods by Fontein, Jan. Indonesia has a particularly rich tradition of Hindu–Buddhist sculpture and architecture, and it was strongly influenced by India from the 1st century CE onward.
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