General Books on Tribal Art
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This volume is devoted to the museum's educational exhibitions.
53 pages, 52 photographs. This volume deals with the museum's exhibitions.
Includes papers on Middle Eastern archaeology and South American ethnology.
32 pages, 10 pages of photographs. Three illustrated papers in this volume are Eskimo Dug-outs, Three Inca Wood Cups, and Maori War Canoe Ornaments.
30 pages, 20 photographs. Includes articles on Middle Eastern and pre-Columbian art and digs.
35 pages, 19 photographs. Includes articles on pre-Columbian and Oriental art.
London: Musee de l'Homme, 1934. xxxii, 339 pages.
Los Angeles: Otis Art Institute, 1965. 28 pages, 24 large photographs of African, pre-Columbian, Oceanic, American Indian, European, Oriental, and ancient containers.
Museum of Ethnology, Lisbon: 1985. 25 pages (unpaginated) of text plus approximately 220 pages of drawings of early 20th century rural Portugese structures, carved furniture, hand-made household and kitchen implements, tools, craft objects, farm implements, and design elements, 1 photograph.
Berkeley: 1936, 1966 (reprint). xxiii, 431 pages, 5 pages of photographs, 10 figures, 2 maps.Cloth cover.
This quarterly provides a bibliographic review for all worldwide, recently published books, journals and papers on the tribal arts, and is broken down into sections on general tribal, Africa, Oceania, North America, and South America. Volumes 1-4 were entitled "Tribal Arts Review". The name changed, and volumes 7 through 13...
New York: Parke-Bernet, May 16, 1970. 43 pages, 151 lots auctioned, 47 lots illustrated. Price list included.
Vol. 7 (1942), No. 1; Vol. 7 (1942), Nos. 2-3; Vol. 8 (1943), Nos. 1-2; Vol. 8 (1943), No. 3; Vol. 8 (1943), No. 4; Vol. 9 (1944), No. 1; Vol. 9 (1944), No. 2; Vol. 10 (1945), No. 1; Vol. 10 (1945), No. 4; Vol. 11 (1946, No. 4;...
Munich: Stolper Galleries, 1973. 28 pages, 24 b/w and 5 full-page color photographs. This Stolper Gallery catalogue contain rich photographic presentations of the gallery's holdings of the art of the Americas, Oceania, India, Africa, Tibet, and Japan.
Philadelphia: Summer, 1969. 44 pages.
British Museum: 1986. 32 pages, each page filled with color and b/w photographs and drawings of objects in the Museum's collections.
174 pages, approximately 50 photographs, drawings, and maps.
Pp. 242-275, 21 photographs and drawings of objects from tribal cultures around the world.
Berattelse for 1950 och 1951, Pp. 242-275, 21 photographs and drawings of objects from tribal cultures around the world; ARSTRYCK 1959-1962 96 pages, 70 pages of photographs and drawings of African, SouthAmerican, Indonesian, Middle Eastern, pre-Columbian, and Tibetan artifacts; ARSTRYCK 1963-1966. 140 pages, 94 photographs and drawings of Oceanic, African...
ARSTRYCK 1963-1966. 140 pages, 94 photographs and drawings of Oceanic, African, Asiatic, pre-Columbian, and South American artifacts.
ARSTRYCK 1967-1968. 90 pages, 38 photographs and drawings of pre-Columbian (a pictorial manuscript form Guerrero), South American and African artifacts;.
Osaka: 1992. 196 pages, 354 color and 387 b/w photographs of objects from Oceania, Africa, Asia and the Americas in the collection of Osaka's Naitonal Museum of Ethnology.