Oceanic and Asian Art
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Bathurst: 1981. 408 pages, 750 b/w and 177 color photographs, 2 drawings. Cloth cover. This lovely, dazzling volume is the first full photographic account of a single cultural group in Papua New Guinea--the Gogodala. Divided into two parts, this extraordinary book offers an amazing abundance of archival and more recent...
Cambridge: Hurst Gallery, 1990). 63 pages, 12 full-page color and 66 b/w photographs, 1 map.
New York: 1998. 176 pages, 104 color and 20 b/w photographs, 2 maps. A very good overview of Oceanic art with a well-written text that discusses usage much more thoroughly than most "overview" books. There are fine field photographs and stylistic examples from major collections around the world.
Honolulu: 1989. 144 pages (small folio size, 9" x 12"). 39 full--page and 4 half-page color photographs of costumes, jewelry, and textiles from China, Japan, Indonesia, Pakistan, Thailand, Okinawa, Burma, Laos, India, Philippines, Cambodia, Korea, Vietnam, Nepal, Tibet, and Afghanistan.
Taipei: 1993. 128 pages, 150 color photographs. Hard board cover, small folio size (8 1/2" x 12 1/2"). A visual cornocupia of Chinese "folk carvings", this volume is replete with splendid color photographs of virtually every type of folk carving to be found among Chinese minority and non-minority peoples and...
Taipei: 1993. 110 pages, 101 pages of color photographs of a full range of Chinese folk handicrafts, including masks, figures in ceramic, wood, and porcelain; toys, and embroidered and woven figures and animals. Hard board cover.
Taipei: 1993. 128 pages, 116 pages of color photographs of Chinese painted masks, ceramics, carved wooden figures, board, glass, canvas, and paper. Text in Chinese. Hard board cover.
East Brunswick: 1982. 632 pages, 550 b/w and 50 color photographs and reproductions of batik designs made from tjaps (printing blocks). Cloth cover. This study, the first to be published on Indonesian batik designs made from tjaps (printing blocks), fills a very apparent void, and should remain a perennial resource...
Kuching: Sarawak Museum, 1978, 1984. 20 pages, 22 color photographs and 19 drawings of ancient Sarawak beads and beadwork.