Fredrick W. Bunce, a PhD and a cultural historian of international eminence, is an authority on ancient iconography and Buddhist arts. He has been honoured with prestigious awards/commendations and is listed in Who's Who in American Art and the International Biographical Dictionary, 1980. He is currently Professor Emeritus of Art, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana. He has authored the following books all published by D.K. Printworld:
Buddhist Textile of Laos, Lan Na and the Isan - The Iconography of Design Elements.
A Dictionary of Buddhist and Hindu Iconography.
An Encyclopaedia of Buddhist Deities, Demigods, Godlings, Saints and Demons (2 vols.).
An Encyclopaedia of Hindu Deities, Demigods, Godlings, Demons and Heroes (3 vols.).
The Iconography of Architectural Plans - A Study of the Influence of Buddhism and Hinduism on Plans of South and South-east Asia.
Islamic Tombs in India - The Iconographical and Genesis of their Design.
Monuments of India and the Indianized States.
The Mosques of the Indian Subcontinent - Their Development and Iconography.
Mudras in Buddhist and Hindu Practices - An Iconographic Consideration.
Numbers - Their Iconographic Consideration in Buddhist and Hindu Practices.
Royal Palaces, Residences and Pavilions of India - An Iconographic Consideration.
The Sacred Dichotomy: Thoughts and Comments on The Duality of Female and Male Iconography in South Asia and the Mediterranean.
The Tibetan Iconography of Buddhas, Bodhisattvas and other Deities - A Unique Pantheon.
The Yantra of Deities and their Numerological Foundations - An Iconographic Consideration.