Helsingfors: 1943. 248 pages of text containing an introductery chapter that discusses tribal art-principally sculpture, and poems by and about African, North and Central American Indian, Siberian/Eskimo, Melanesian, Polynesian, and Indonesian peoples and their art and rituals, plus 5 leaves of woodcuts and 1 full-page photograph. Lengthy inscription by Yrjo.....
General Books on Tribal Art
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Halifax 1918, 1934, 1950: Carlon, 1977 (reprint). 121 pages, 195 figures, African looms, Indonesian looms, American Indian looms, the Solomon Island loom, and other primitive looms are examined in this reprint of Both's classic study. Almost all of the illustrations were taken from looms in British museums.
New York: 1955. xiv, 692, xvi pages, 134 illustrations, 14 maps. Cloth cover.
New York: 1966. 176 pages, 20 color and 85 b/w illustrations. Cloth cover.
Guterlson: 1967. 176 pages, 20 color and 85 b/w illustrations. German edition of "Prehistoric and Primitive Man"
New York: n.d. 1st edition, 1st printing. 187 pages. Cloth cover, inner hinges reinforced, underlined, ex libris.
New York: 1929 (2nd printing). 187 pages. Cloth cover.
New York: 1934. xii, 365 pages, 37 pages of illustrations--mostly of artifacts. Cloth cover. The author's own copy, marked with his bookplate. Three cards of handwritten notes laid in.
New York: 1924. xix 346 pages. Cloth cover. Inscribed by William R. Bascom.
New York: 1920. vi, 463 pages. Cloth cover.
New York: 1920, 1925. vi, 463 pages. Cloth cover.
New York: 1920, 1947 new preface. vi, 463 pages. Cloth cover.
New York: 1920 (4th printing). vi, 463 pages. Cloth cover.
Philadelphia: 1937. 362 pages, 27 photographs, 54 drawings. Cloth cover.
New York: 1988. 207 pages, 42 color and 124 b/w photographs, 5 maps. Cloth cover. The color and exuberance of ethnic jewelry from Africa, Asia, the Pacific, the Americas and the Middle East are examined and beautifully illustrated in this volume. How this jewelry has been made and worn, the.....
Rijksmuseum Kroller-Muller Otterio, 1960. 8 (unpaginated) pages of text followed by 24 (unpaginated) pages of photographs of African and Oceanic objects-all but two are masks or figures. Laid in is a 28 page of text that describes each of the illustrated objects.
Berkeley: 1995. ix, 380 pages (12 papers, 6 of which deal with tribal/primitive art), 13 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
Paris: 1999. 136 pages, 120 color photographs of some of the most important works in the museum's collections.
Le Mans: 1922. 24 pages, 2 pages of drawings of artifacts, 2 half-page photographs of artifacts.
New York & London: 1992. xvi, 397 pages, approximately 130 pages of photographs in the text plus a 100 page color photographic essay of the peoples, dances and rituals of the Dogon, Xavante, Australian Aboriginals, Makuna, Gabra, Wodaabe, Weyewa, Nyimba, Huichol, and Navajo. Cloth cover.
Cambridge: 1985. 72 pages, 61 b/w and 38 color photographs of tribal objects in the collections of the British Museum. 1 map.
Boston: 1959, 1966. Writings of Ruth Benedict. xiii, 583 pages, 8 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
Los Angeles County Fair (exhibition catalogue), 1952. Approximately 50 pages (unpaginated) , approximately 150 photographs of ancient, pre-Columbian, Asian, and 20th century ceramic vessels and figures.