General Books on Tribal Art
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Munich: 1984. 200 pages, 341 color and b/w photogrpahs of objects in the collection (African, Oceanic, South and East Asian, Southeast Asian; North,Central, South American; European), 4 maps.
Museum fur Volkerkunde, Baer, G. 1967. 56 pages, 42 illustrations.
1994. 40 pages (12 papers), approximately 11 pages of color and b/w photographs.
Paris: Sotheby's, June 11, 2008. 230 pages, 147 lots auctioned, all lots illustrated. Price list included.
Leiden: 1889. iii, 288 pages plus 16 leaves of color and b/w il-lustrations of artifacts, and 1 full-page map. In addition to numerous papers on ethnography and material culture, this volume discusses the ethnographic collections of twenty-five European museums and one American and one Canadian museum and illustrates artifacts from their collections.
Leiden: 1892. viii, 264 pages plus 18 leaves of color illustrations. Small folio size (9 1/2" x 12 1/2"), rebound in a later cloth cover over the original wrappers. In addition to numerous papers on ethnography and material culture, this volume discusses and illustrates the collections of fourteen European museums and one Australian museum.
New York: 1987. 352 pages. Approximately 700 b/w and color photographs of ivory objects from Africa, Europe, the Pacific, Asia; North, Central, and South America, and from early civilizations. Cloth cover, small folio size (9 1/2" x 12").
London. Vol. LXX, Part 1,1940(offprint) Irving Hallowell, "The Spirits of the Dead in Salteaux Life and Thought). Pp. 29-51; n.d. (ca. 1950) E.R. Leach. "Jinghpaw Kinship Terminology". Pp. 59-72. Inscribed by author; 1951, E.R. Leach. "The Structural Implications of Matrilineal Cross-Cousin Marriage", (winner of the Curl Prize Essay). Pp. 23-55.....
Moscow: 1969. 191 pages, 29 full-page photographs of which 9 are of traditioonal African art objects and 20 are of Asian art drawings. Hard board and linen cover.
Tokyo: 1981, 1986 (3rd ed.). 192 pages, 354 b/w and 387 color photographs, 18 drawings and diagrams, 21 maps.
Tokyo: 1981, (2nd edition). 192 pages, 354 b/w and 387 color photographs, 18 drawings and diagrams, 21 maps.
Berkeley: 1955. 125 pages (five papers), 8 plates, 2 tables. Kroeber Anthropological Society.
Bulletin Ethnografisch Museum Delft, Deel 2: 1960. 104 pages, 63 large photographs, 24 drawings. Part of the text is in Dutch, and part is in English. Articles deal with bronze objects from Lake Sentani, Peruvian textiles, Japanese ikats, and museum acquisitions.
85 pages containing a list of approximately 2500 publications, broken into two categories: (1) Regional Ethnography and (2) General (anthropology, art, sociology, archaeology, monograph series, etc.). Leach was a renowned anthropologist whose many published works won high praise and who served as president of the Royal Anthropological Institute. Upon his...
Los Angeles County Museum of Art: 1971. 211 pages, 322 photographs of objects, including 134 of primitive art objects.
Vol. XXXIX, July, 1939, Nos. 88-108 Pp. 97-120; Vol. LV, February 1955, Pp. 16-32, 16 photographs, 1 drawing, 1 map. Includes, "Mundugamor Sculpture: Comments on the Art of a New Guinea Tribe", by Douglas Fraser; and "Iron Gongs from the Congo and Southern Rhodesia", by James Walton; Vol. LVII, August...
Vol. 3, No. 1, March, 1968. 170 pages. Vol. 3, No. 2, June, 1968. pp. 173-355. Vol. 3, No. 3, September, 1968. pp. 356-522. 3 volumes.
New York: Museum of Primitive Art, 1965. 160 pages, 134 full-page photographs. Hard board cover. This significant collection of 134 objects from Africa, Oceania, North America, Mexico and Central and South America, presents a dazzling potpourri of MPA collections. One brief, general introduction and then very good photographs, with identification...
Leipzig: 1976. 36 pages, 25 photographs.