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The Night Life of Trees by Durga Bai
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The Night Life of Trees

by Durga Bai (Illustrator), Bhajju Shyam (Illustrator), Ram Singh Urveti (Illustrator)

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Absolutley beautiful illustrations on high quality paper. A wonderful collector's item for art, story and nature lovers.
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Bai, DurgaIllustratorprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Shyam, BhajjuIllustratormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Urveti , Ram SinghIllustratormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Tara Books - Recreated from original art by Ram Singh Urveti, Bhajju Shyam and Durga Bai, three of the finest living artists of the Gond tradition, The Night Life of Trees is a tribute to the majesty of trees, and to old ways of relating to the natural world. Each painting is accompanied by its own poetic tale, myth or lore – narrated by the artists themselves recreating the familiarity and awe with which the Gond people view the cosmos.
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This book is a tribute to the majesty of trees, and to old ways of relating to the natural world. Each painting is accompanied by its own poetic tale, myth or lore -- narrated by the artists themselves recreating the familiarity and awe with which the Gond people of central India view the cosmos. Silk-screened by hand on black paper.… (more)

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