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BEAUTIFUL BOOKS ABOUT INDIA
Each containing Full-page Illustrations in Colour
BURMA
Painted and described by R. TALBOT KELLY, R.B.A.
Containing 75 Full-page Illustrations in Colour, and a Sketch Map
Square demy 8vo, cloth, gilt top. Price 20s. net (by post, 20s. 6d.)
The Speaker.—"The result is a narrative delightful in its quiet zest, and a series of pictures that have the hues of landscapes hung in a heaven of dreamland."
Athenæum.—"His landscapes—in which nature is seen unforced by the hands of colour-loving men and women, and seen, more often than not, by early morning or evening light—have an exquisite delicacy."
INDIA
Painted by MORTIMER MENPES. Text by FLORA A. STEEL
Containing 75 Full-page Illustrations in Colour
Square demy 8vo, cloth, gilt top. Price 20s. net (by post, 20s. 6d.)
Standard.—"There can be no two opinions about this book. It takes us, so to speak, to India without the trouble or expense involved in the journey."
Notes and Queries.—"This eminent painter has caught—by methods which are partly his secret and partly his discovery—the means of reproducing Indian and Japanese scenes with a fidelity and beauty until recently unattainable."
ARMIES OF INDIA
Illustrated by Col. A. C. LOVETT
Text by Major G. F. MACMUNN, D.S.O.
Containing 70 Full-page Illustrations in Colour, and 20 Small Sketches in Black and White in the Text
Square demy 8vo, cloth, gilt top. Price 20s. net (by post, 20s. 6d.)
Field-Marshal Earl Roberts in a foreword he contributes to this volume says: "I cordially recommend this book to all who are interested in the welfare and prosperity of our great Indian army."
Aberdeen Free Press.—"A notable work, and will command very wide attention."
THE PEOPLE OF INDIA
Painted by MORTIMER MENPES
With an Introduction by G. E. MITTON
Containing 32 Full-page Illustrations in Colour, and a large number of Thumb-Nail Sketches in Black and White
Large fcap. 4to (9x7½ in.), cloth. Price 5s. net (by post, 5s. 5d.)
The Introduction briefly places the reader in possession of the characteristics and the peculiarities of the people of the country, so that anyone intending to visit India may, by a short study of the illustrations and text, get a general understanding of the people he will see. Those who know the country will find the book a very charming souvenir.
Published by
ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK, 4, 5 & 6 SOHO SQUARE, LONDON, W.