Berkeley: 1969. 236 pages, 97 photographs--mostly full-page. Cloth cover.
General Books on Tribal Art
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Berkeley: 1969, 1973. 236 pages, 97 photographs--mostly full-page.
1939. 88 pages, 48 photographs and drawings of tribal peoples around the world, their artifacts, and design elements. Inscription on cover by author to anthropologist/archaeologist Sig Ryden.
Stockholm: 1943. Del I: 303 pages, 157 b/w photographs, 5 full-page color plates. Del. II: pp. 311-652, 154 b/w photographs, 1 full-page color plate. Cloth cover. Both volumes contain photographs of artifacts in collections of Swedish and Danish Museums from the Pacific, Australia, Africa, Arctic Regions the Americas, Southeast Asia and Asia.
Los Angeles: 1984. 44 pages, 27 large photographs.
London: 1979. 192 pages, 50 b/w and 40 color photographs of the first impressions made on the peoples of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas. Cloth cover.
New York: 1955. 13 pages of text plus 40 pages (13 1/2"x7 1/2") of color photographs of 600 examples of decorative motifs on the applied art of Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. Later cloth cover.
New York: 1957. xxv, 535 pages, 298 photographs and drawings. Cloth cover.
Volkerkundemuseum, Zurich: 1982. 150 pages, 78 ethnographic field photographs of peoples and their ceremonies in Africa, the Pacific and Asia dating from the 1870s to the mid-1900s, 1 fold-out map.
British Museum, 1970. 48 pages, 20 b/w and 5 color illustrations of objects in the Sloane Ethnographical Collections that was the foundation of the British Museum.
Dresden: 1982/1983. 100 pages, 106 large photographs.
Leipzig: 1922. 112 pages, 9 figures, Hard board cover.
probably Philadelphia; n.d. 420 pages, 110 pages of drawings of tribal peoples and their material culture. Cloth cover. Arts Sciences Publishing Co.--we believe this the 1890 first edition.
Ethnographic Museum, Antwerp: 1992. 136 pages, 27 color and 102 b/w photographs, 7 drawings, 6 maps. Exhibition catalogue of "imitation" textiles, manufactured in Belgium and the Netherlands for export to Africa, Indonesia, and India, and based on textiles indigenous to tropical countries.
Basel: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1950. 40 pages, 24 pages of photographs of tribal masks.
This monograph is the only paper in ACTA TRORICA, Separatum Vol.3, Nr. 3 und 4, Universitat Basel, 1946. Pp. 242-366 (includes a 2 page summary in English and a 2 page summary in French), 13 photographs and drawings of textiles utilizing reserve or resist processes, 4 full-page maps. Very good condition.
Paris: 1948, 1961. 238 pages of text plus 16 pages of photographs of masks from around the world. Cloth cover. Edition limited to 2500 numbered copies.
Paris: 1948 (1st edition). 238 pages of text plus 16 pages of photographs of masks from around the world. Soft cover.
London: 1959. 39 pages of text plus 96 pages of photographs. Cloth cover. Small folio size.
Stuttgart: Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1914-1922. Vol. I: Australien und Ozeanien, Asien. viii, 432 pages 500 photographs, 11 full-page color plates. Vol. II: Asien, Afrika. 459 pages (pp. 25-26 are loose), 522 photographs, 25 full-page color plates. Vol. III: Afrika, Amerika, Europa. 444 pages, 477 photographs, 15 full-page color plates. Decorated...
Stuttgart: Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft, 1914-1922. Vol. I: Australien und Ozeanien, Asien. viii, 432 pages 500 photographs, 11 full-page color plates. Vol. III: Afrika, Amerika, Europa. 444 pages, 477 photographs, 15 full-page color plates. Vol. IV: Das Deutsche Volk in Sitte und Brauch. 459 pages, 355 photographs, 14 full-page color plates...
Stuttgart: 1919. xiv, 462, 24 pages, 17 pages of photographs of artifacts, plus 194 photographs and drawings of many hundreds of artifacts. Marbled board and leather cover, marbled edges.
Geneva: Musee Barbier-Mueller, 1986. 114 pages, 45 full-page photographs of spoons created by tribal peoples, principally in Africa and Indonesia. Cloth cover. Edition limited to 1,000 copies.
Berlin: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1970. 355 pages.
New York: 1955. 384 pages, 348 large b/w and 30 full-page color photographs, 44 figures. 6 maps. Cloth cover.