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Professor of Landscape Architecture, Emeritus. Michael M. Laurie, professor emeritus of landscape architecture, passed away at his San Francisco home on March 19, He was deprived too soon of the pleasures and accomplishments that retirement could have given him. Born December 19, to Ian and Nan Laurie in Dundee, Scotland, he was the youngest of three sons and is survived by his brothers Hamish and Alasdair. Michael was a grandson of James Laurie, who founded a well-respected family firm of nurserymen and landscape designers in He was nurtured with a sense of landscape by his father, who maintained the family firm.
E-mail a link to this book. George Michell considers the artistic heritage of the architecture, sculpture and painting of the Vijayanagara empire and the successor states. The period, encompassing some four hundred years, was endowed with an abundance of religious and royal monuments, which remain as testimonies to the history and ideology behind their evolution. In a previously neglected area of art history, the author presents an original and much needed re-assessment, evaluating buildings, sculptures and paintings that have never been published on before. Introduction 2. Historical framework 3. Temple architecture: the Kannada and Telugu zones 4.