[INDOLOGY] page scan of a book

patrick mccartney psdmccartney at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 05:42:34 UTC 2021

Dear Friends,

If anyone is able to help me I'd appreciate it. I'm trying to find a copy
of this book by A.L. Dallapiccola:

*South Indian Paintings: a catalogue of the British Museum Collection*,
London 2010

I am specifically interested in the comments of acrobats performing on a
perilous structure said to be located on p. 182.

The closest copy to me is in Tokyo, at the Diet's library, which is a
journey unable to be made at this time. It's not urgent. More a curiosity.
Nonetheless, it is part of an ongoing project. If you do happen to find
yourself serendipitously staring at it in the book shelf of your local
library, I would appreciate a scan/clear photograph of the relevant image
and description

Thank you.

All the best,

パトリック マッカートニー
Patrick McCartney, PhD
Research Affiliate - Organization for Identity and Cultural Development
(OICD), Kyoto
Research Associate - Nanzan University Anthropological Institute, Nagoya,
Visiting Fellow - South and South-east Asian Studies Department, Australian
National University
Member - South Asia Research Institute (SARI), Australian National

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