Top to bottom full coverage of Buddhist art. This is one of the books to own if you have an interest in Buddhism or/and Buddhist art. 352 pages of numerous photographs and detailed information on the topic. The author has done a fantastic job covering such a broad subject.
Pillars and stupas second century B.C.E. to Third century C.E.
The Buddha image: second to seventh century
Caves and caravans India, Afghanistan, Central Asia, and China
Korea and Japan sixth to ninth century
The Himalayan region
China tenth to fourteenth century
Early Sino-Tibetan traditions
The Dali Lamas in Tibet
Ming, Manchu and Mongol in China
Revivals in Korea and Japan
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The Art of Buddhism: An Introduction to Its History and Meaning
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