Small Wares in Metal
John Lockwood Kipling (1837-1911)
Illustration for Beast and Man in India, p. 369
If Kipling observed and was knowledgeable about everyday life in India, naturally, in his roles there as art school director and curator, he was even more fascinated by its local arts and crafts, and chapter XVI is on animals in Indian art. [Commentary continues below.]
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