Pramod Chandra

Pramod Chandra is George P. Bickford Professor of Indian and South Asian Art, Harvard University.

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Cover: The Sculpture of India, 3000 B.C.–A.D. 1300: Catalogue of an Exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, May 3–September 2, 1985The Sculpture of India, 3000 B.C.–A.D. 1300: Catalogue of an Exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, May 3–September 2, 1985Chandra, PramodHARDCOVER09/18/1985$105.00Currently unavailable
Cover: On the Study of Indian ArtOn the Study of Indian ArtChandra, PramodE-DITION12/05/1983$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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