Museum of Fine Arts. Boston: 1966. 185 pages, approximately 10 color and 85 b/w photographs. 1 map.
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This volume contains "TE KOOTI AND HIS PORTRAITS. Supplementary to His Biography in THE UPRAISED HAND"; it also contains 20 offprints (approximately 200 pages) from Volumes 20, 21, 26, 32, 35, 38, 54, 59, and 61. Very good condition.
This thick volume contains the complete Volume 41 (1932) and Memoir No. 10 (Maori Music with Its Polynesian Background). 179, 29-78, 180-252, 79-108, 1-20, 253-328, 109-140 pages. Bound in a later red cloth binding. The condition is fair- good.
Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies: 1982. 214 pages, 248 drawings plus 54 full-page photographs of Arnhem Land rock paintings. Cloth cover, folio size (9"x14").
Field Museum Anthropological Series, Vol. XIV, No. 1, 1915. 226 pages (some uncut). This volume examines the myths of the Tinguian as a vehicle to bring together the culture of this people as it appeared in the myths and to contrast it to the conditions and religious beliefs of the...
London: 1974. 132 pages, 246 photographs. Cloth cover.
New York: 1967. 368 pages, 452 large photographs of over 1,000 objects--many never before or since published. Cloth cover with dust jacket. Fine condition.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Papers, Vol. 56, Part 3: 1980. Pages 321-554, 21 figures.
New York: 1992. 224 pages, 150 color and 140 b/w photographs, 10 drawings, several maps. Cloth cover. The first study in over twenty years of the art of Northwest New Guinea, this new volume illustrates more than 200 works form Geelvink Bay, Humboldt Bay, and Lake Sentani. Drawn primarily from...
Stuttgart: Linden Museum, 1987. 144 pages, 21 pages of color photographs and drawings and 33 pages of b/w photographs and drawings.
Koninklijk Institut, The Hague: 1957. xv, 384 pages, 77 photographs, 32 drawings, 2 fold-out maps. Cloth cover. Initially published in Dutch in 1947, this English translation of a work that was the result of long field-work by an expert observer was greeted with great pleasure by those scholars unable to...
Northbridge (Australia): 1984. 174 unnumbered pages, recording the 500 mile 1977 journey of the author ( a celebrated artist) in a dugout canoe. Almost every page is filled with drawings (of artifacts and people) made on the journey and diary entries discussing them. Leather cover, edition limited to 600 numbered...
London: 1927. xx, 529 pages of text containing 28 figures and 2 maps, plus 14 leaves of photographs. Cloth cover.
Museum fur Volkerkunde, Berlin: 1982. 188 pages of text, plus 636 b/w and 8 color photographs of the collection, 3 maps. Hard board cover. The ghost-like, stone iniet figures found in New Britain are seldom discussed or illustrated in studies of Melanesian art, and are almost never exhibited. The largest...
Den Haag: 1955. 135 pages of text containing 15 drawings and 1 map, plus 23 pages of photographs.
Paris and New York: 1950. 150 pages, 136 b/w and 6 color photographs. Cloth cover.
Chicago: 1980. 72 pages, 53 color photographs, 55 b/w photographs and drawings. This catalogue accompanied a major exhibition at the Field Museum, and surveyed the full range of tapa design in large, exquisite color photographs, as well as black and white photographs and drawings. The diverse use of tapa and...
Museum of Modern Art. New York: 1946. 200 pages, 196 photographs, 4 full-page drawings by Miguel Covarrubias. Cloth cover ed.
Stuttgart: Strecker und Schrader, 1926. xxii, 876pages; 56 full-page photographs, 1441 smaller photographs and drawings (illustrations of hundreds of artifacts from the Bismarck Archipelago and the Solomon Islands), 4 double-page maps. Cloth cover, illustration inserted on front cover. Good condition.
Honolulu: 1980. 234 pages, 206 b/w and 68 color photographs. More than 300 rare objects from the Bishop Museum's unsurpassed collection of Hawaiian art began a two-year tour of American museums in the fall of 1980. A large number of the spectacular wooden and stone images (including both ceremonial and...
National Gallery of Victoria: 1989. 104 pages, 59 color photographs, 8 b/w photographs, 2 pages of drawings, 1 map.
Stanford: 1991. xix, 325 pages of text containing 14 maps, plus 26 unnumbered pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
Lubeck: 1926. 440 pages, 189 photographs. Decorated linen cover.
Stutgart: 1924. xii, 356 pages of text, plus 69 pages of photographs, 1 fold-out map. Cloth cover.
New York: 1991. 320 pages, 181 color and 241 b/w photographs, 13 maps. Soft cover, rebound in hard board cover. To accompany the first major exhibition of outer-island Indonesian art to be held in the U.S., this sumptuously illustrated catalogue was published. The exhibition, displaying seldom-seen and rarely published objects...