1982. vii, 262 pages of text containing 15 figures, plus 14 full-page plates.
Oceanic and Asian Art
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New York: Asia House Gallery, 1967. 144 pages, 108 b/w and 12 color photographs, 2 maps.
Singapore: 1986, 1988 (2nd impression). 83 pages, 30 color and 10 b/w photographs, 25 figures, 2 maps. Hard board cover.
Ethnologica, Neue Folge, Band 4. Koln: 1968. xvi, 546 pages (some uncut) of text containing 34 figures and 5 maps, plus 46 pages of photographs. This special publication of Ethnologica consists of ten important monographs (9 in German, 1 in English) that deal with the arts of Southeast Asian (4...
Geneva: Musee d'Ethnographie, 1988. 200 pages, 98 full-page photographs, 3 drawings, 1 map.
Leipzig: 1870, 1872. (a) xxiv, 230 pages. (b) xxii, 829 pages. Later cloth cover, gilt titles. This is part of the six volume series, Antropologie der Naturvolker, of which this work is Volume 5, Part 2, and Volume 6. Taylor, p. 61; Catalog of the South Pacific Collection, University of California, Santa Cruz, p. 417.
New York: 1992. 160 pages, 176 color and 10 b/w photographs, 40 drawings, 1 map. Cloth cover.
Washington, D.C., 1979. 243 pages, 23 full-page color and 161 b/w photographs. The role of textiles in the social customs and religions of Indonesia is fully explored in this superb catalogue published for a 1979 exhibition at the Textile Museum. Covering the textiles of fourteen distinct geographic areas, the text...
Washington, D.C. Textile Museum, 1992. 264 pages, 24 full-page color photographs, 196 b/w photographs of textiles woven by the Tai speaking people, including the Thai, the Lao, the Shan of Burma and people across southern China. Soft cover ed.
Washington, D.C. Textile Museum, 1992. 264 pages, 24 full-page color photographs, 196 b/w photographs of textiles woven by the Tai speaking people, including the Thai, the Lao, the Shan of Burma and people across southern China. Cloth cover.
Bangkok: 1995. xiv, 72 pages of text containing several hundred drawings of embroidery designs, plus 42 pages of color photographs. The Lao Mien, a subgroup of the Chinese Yao, lived in relative isolation in parts of Laos, Vietnam, Burma, and Thailand until the Vietnam war. This study of Mien embroidery--very...
Pp. 2-36, 22 photographs. Very good condition.
London: 1969. xvi, 239 pages of text containing 78 drawings, in addition to 28 pages of photographs-- illustrations are of artifacts, sacred and daily life, and aboriginal people. Cloth cover with dust jacket.