London: 1979. 176 pages, 170 b/w and 7 color photographs. Cloth cover. A well-known Eskimo art scholar offers some fascinating views on the origins of Eskimo art in this illustration-filled volume. From the first beginnings of Eskimo art up through the 20th century, the author traces its history and interprets...
Eskimo, Siberian and Arctic Art
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Ottawa: 1925. 506 pages.
Royal Ontario Museum: 1970. 16 pages, 17 illustrations.
Routelle: 1992. 396 pages, 116 full-page photographs of masks, 36 drawings of masks, 1 map. Cloth cover, folio size (9" x 13"). A spectacular gathering of more than 100 superb historic period (mostly 19th century) wooden Eskimo masks are presented in this lush volume. Drawn from museum and private collections...
Arctic Institute of North America: 1961. 198 pages of text containing 11 figures, plus 38 pages of drawings of artifacts.
Toronto: 1975. 74 pages, 40 b/w and 35 color illustrations. Cloth cover.
84 pages, 40 b/w and 48 color illustrations. Cloth cover.
Moscow: Moldoya Gvardiya, 1972. 224 pages, 64 color and b/w photographs. Cloth cover, dust jacket. Fine condition. This book deals with the folk art of the Yakuts, the folk art of Nentsy, and the arts, costumes, customs and rituals, and shamanic practices of peoples of the Russian (Siberian) Far North.
London, 1806 (Vol. I) and 1807 (Vol II); New York & Amsterdam: 1969 (reprint). (two volumes in one). 72, 80 pages, 3 b/w fold-out plates, 2 color plates. Blue and white cloth cover. The author was the surveyor on the expediton during which Alaska and the Aleutians were carefully charted for the first time.
Musee de la Civilisation, Quebec City: 1988. 256 pages, 77 color and 177 b/w photographs. Cloth cover. From the approximately 1200 Inuit sculptural figures that comprise the national collection of the Muse de la Civilisation in Quebec City, 200 were selected for inclusion in this now out of print volume...
Travaux et Documents du Centre d'Etudes Nordiques, Quebec: 1970. , 423 pages. Cloth cover.
Linden-Museum, 1983. 137 pages, 4 color and 84 b/w photographs. 1 chart, 1 map. Hard board cover.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Papers, Vol. XXI, Part VI: 1931. Pp. 347-383, 5 pages of photographs.
Fieldiana, Anthropology, New Series, No. 10: 1986. vi, 108 pages, 106 pages of photographs, 2 maps.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CANADA, BULLETIN No. 179: 1962. 97 pages, 4 pages of photographs, 3 figures, 1 fold-out map. Cloth cover.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CANADA, BULLETIN No. 179: 1963. 97 pages, 4 pages of photographs, 3 figures, 1 fold-out map. Soft cover.
1899; 1975 (reprint). 43 pages, 1 page of photographs, 117 drawings of artifacts. Cloth cover.
Museum of the American Indian: 1980. 128 pages, 16 full-page color photographs, 215 b/w photographs, 4 drawings. Two hundred superb ivory carvings from the collection of the Museum of the American Indian were exhibited in the fall of 1980. Every piece in the collection--magnificent ivory objects from all periods of...
Report of the 5th Thule Expedition, Vol. X, Part 4. Copenhangen: 1988. 375 pages (text in English and Danish), 13 full-page color and 18 full-page and half-page b/w photographs, 95 drawings--all illustrations of masks and drawings collected by Rasmussen during his 1924 visit to Nome. This volume was published more...
Wykauf Fohr: 1988. 64 pages, 16 pages of photographs and drawings--mainly of artifacts, 2 maps.
MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, Indian Notes, Vol. 4, No. 4. 1927. 124 pages, photographs, figures.
Smithsonian Institution. Contributions to Anthropology, No. 20: 1976. 226 pages, 119 pages of photographs illustrating over 1,000 objects.
London: 1943. 240 pages of text containing 3 drawings and 1 map, plus 6 unnumbered pages of photographs, maps on endpapers. Cloth cover.
Field Museum, Anthropological Series, Vol. 31, No. 1: 1939. 163 pages (some uncut) containing 1 figure and 1 map, plus 16 pages of photographs.
Musee de l'Homme: 1980. 107 pages of text containing 25 figures, plus 10 pages of photographs of harpoons.