Rotterdam: 1967. 94 pages, 146 photographs.
General Books on Tribal Art
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Ethnografisch Museum, Antwerp, 1960. 64 pages of text listing 569 objects in the museum's collection followed by 23 pages (unpaginated) of photographs of the objects-pre-Columbian, African, Oceanic, Indonesian, Japanese, Chinese, and Himalayan.
New York: 1989. 239 pages, approximately 420 drawing and color photographs of more than 700 weapons. Surveyed, in addition to ancient and medieval weapons, are weapons of Africa, Southeast Asia, India, China, Japan, Central Asia, and the pre-Columbian western hemisphere. Cloth cover (11 1/2" x 11") with dust jacket. Fine condition.
Nelson Gallery: 1962. 178 pages, 62 b/w and 4 color photographs--all full-page.
Totowa: 1978. 256 pages.
Oxford: 1992, 1994. xiii, 281 pages of text containing 69 photographs and 3 maps, plus 8 unnumbered pages of color photographs. This exceptional collection of ten essays on anthropological aesthetics is heavily oriented to the cultures of the Pacific and Southeast Asia (seven essays, and one each on Huichol art...
Textile Museum, 1981. 224 pages, 42 color photographs and 25 b/w photographs of textiles--almost all full--page, 70 smaller b/w photographs, 6 drawings, 3 maps. Cloth cover.
New York: 1988. xxvii, 313 pages, 16 color and 261 b/w photographs, 93 drawings, 12 maps. Cloth cover. Rather than briefly examining the hundreds of artistic traditions in the vast areas of North America, Africa, and the Pacific, the author, refreshingly, studies in depth 36 art styles within these three...
Boston: 1966. xxii, 454 pages of text, plus 24 pages of b/w and color photographs. Cloth cover.
1930. 59 pages.
New York: 1905, 1968 (reprint). 323 pages. Cloth cover.
Berkeley: 1974. 72 pages, 20 photographs. Lowie Museum.
Paris: Galerie de Monbrison, 1993. 100 pages (text in French and English), 45 full-page color and b/w photogrpahs, 2 b/w photographs. Fine condition.
Philadelphia: 1896. xv, pp. 33-504 (pp. 1-32 are not lacking; they did not exist and were not bound in the volume), 8 full-page color photographs, 400 b/w photographs and drawings of peoples, places, and artifacts in the Pacific, Asia, and Europe. Gilt decorated cloth cover, inner hinges reinforced.
Los Angeles: 1974. 92 pages, 57 b/w and 4 color photographs.
Braunschweig: 1954. VIII, 314 pages of text containing 84 drawings-principally of artifacts and objects of material cultural from tribal societies, plus 24 unnumbered pages of photographs of artifacts, objects, and rituals fo tribal peoples. Cloth cover.
Stuttgart: 1980. 126 pages, 53 full-page color photographs, 3 b/w photographs of objects from Europe, Eurasia, Southeast Asia, Asia, North Africa, and Zaire. Hard board cover.
New York: 1987. 1st edition. 364 pages, 254 color and 102 b/w photographs, an 8 page color fold-out bead chart, a 2 page bead shape chart--consisting of 59 b/w photographs, 14 maps. Cloth cover.
London: 1979. 100 pages, 52 b/w and 48 color photographs of structures of tribal peoples in Africa, Oceania, The Americas, and Eurasia.
De Young Museum, San Franicsco: 1973. 176 pages, 104 b/w and 46 color photographs.
Cambridge: 1984. 52 pages, 15 color and 16 b/w photographs.
London: Royal Anthropological Institute, 1992. xi, 275 pages, 168 photographs. Cloth cover. The significance and relevance of photography in British anthropology from about 1860 until 1920 and the pitfalls of interpreting old photographs of "native" subjects are examined in this volume from the Royal Anthropological Institute. Five substantial essays, followed...
Berkeley: Lowie Museum, 1968. 95 pages, 97 b/w and 13 color photographs of wonderful African, Oceanic, pre-Columbian, Eskimo and Northwest Coast objects.
Textile Museum: 1966. xxvi, 339 pages, 378 photographs, 4 diagrams. Cloth cover.
Bogota: 1953. 198 pages.