MAPIN

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Salem, Mass.: PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM; Ahmedabad: MAPIN PUBLISHING PVT.
of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, and Mapin Publishing, Usmanpura, Ahmedabad, 2003.
SACKLER GALLERY, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 1999, in association with Mapin Publishing, Ahmedabad, and Prestel Verlag, Munich.
Another in Mapin's "Living Traditions of India" series, this beautifully produced multi-authored volume highlights selected painting as well as three-dimensional arts and crafts in Tamilnadu, with a special section on Thanjavur painting.
(3.) Henry Noltie, The Dapuri Drawings: Alexander Gibson & The Bombay Botanic Garden, Ahmedabad and Edinburgh: Mapin Publishing in association with the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, 2002.
Volwahsen, Cosmic Architecture in India, Munich: Prestel-Verlag, and Ahmedabad: Mapin, 2001, p.
Nashville, TN and Ahmedabad: Frist Center for the Visual Arts in association with Mapin Publishing, 2011.
Nashville, Tennessee and Ahmedabad: First Center for the Visual Arts and Mapin Publishing, 2011.
Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur and Department of Archaeology and Museums, Rajasthan, in association with Mapin Publishing, Ahmedabad, 2010.
See Deepali Dewan and Deborah Hutton, Deen Dayal: Vision, Modernity, and Photographic Culture in Late Nineteenth-Century India (New Delhi: Alkazi Collection of Photography and Mapin, forthcoming).
The Kern Institute Collection of Photography, Leiden and Mapin Publishing, Ahmedabad, 2008.
Rajput Painting: Romantic, Divine and Courtly Art from India, by Roda Ahluwalia, The British Museum and Mapin Publishing, London and Ahmedabad, 2008.