Marseille: Musee des Beaux-Arts, 1980. 80 pages, 18 objects illustrated in color photographs, 75 illustrated in b/w photographs.
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Paris: Musee des Arts d’Afrique et d’Oceanie, 1997. 318 pages (30 papers), 70 color and 54 b/w photographs and 348 smaller b/w photographs, 4 pages of maps. The magnificent--and newly acquired (from the Musee Barbier-Mueller)--collection of 278 Nigerian art objects in the Musee des Arts d’Afrique et d’Oceanie was exhibited.....
Boston: 1970. Two volumes. 18,900 cards, 903 pages. Cloth covers. Ciassified Catalog of the Africa Section. The African section of the Library of the Musee de l'Homme consists of approximately 8,000 titles, the bulk of which are in the field of ethnology. The library, one of the oldest and most.....
Lisbon: 1890. 31 pages (some uncut). Sociedade de Geographia de Lisboa.
Paris. 136 pages--20 papers, 52 photographs, 12 pages of drawings of artifacts.
Deutsches Ledermuseum, 1967. 58 pages, 12 full-page photographs of carvings of animals in traditional African art.
Milan: Dalton Somare Gallery, 2006. 77 pages, 33 full-page color photographs of objects exhibited at the gallery in 2006. An inscription to former owner on title page. Otherwise in mint condition.
New York: 1982. 48 pages, 75 photographs. Almost 100 terra cotta figures and heads--perhaps dating from the 12th-16th centuries--were exhibited in 1982 at the Craft Caravan Gallery. This catalouge of that exhibition illustrates each object and provides (for the first time in any publication?) a very complete look at the.....
1959. 40 pages, 8 illustrated papers, including "The Art of Benin" (M. Plass) "Tikal 1959" (M. Coe), "Ancient & Primitive Art in Philadelphia Collections" (D. Crownover), "Siberians of the New World" (R. Ackerman).
1918. 324 pages, 57 photographs of hundreds of objects. Cloth cover. Included in this volume are chapters on doublebladed swords, Bisharin baskets in the Peabody Museum, Siwan pottery and a selected bibliography of Africana for 1916.
1922. IX, 374 pages of text plus 23 leaves of photographs and drawings and 1 map--all dealing with The Wayao of Nyasaland by H.S. Stannus. Linen and board cover.
1932. xi, 88, xi, 127, 19 pages of text plus 90 leaves of photographs. Linen and board cover.
168 pages (6 papers presented at a 1988 symposium at the National Museum of African Art) plus 8 unnumbered pages, 8 full-page color and 52 b/w photographs, 15 drawings, 2 maps. At a 1988 symposium organized by the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution a panel of distinguished international.....