Leipzig and Berlin, 1912: New York, 1968 (reprint). 284 pages, 296 photographs and drawings. Cloth cover. Each of the papers in this publication deals with the art and material culture of primitive peoples. Considered to be the most important primitive art volume in the Baessler-Archiv series, this volume contains ten...
Essays on Tribal Art & Culture
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Berkeley: 1936, 1966 (reprint). xxiii, 431 pages, 5 pages of photographs, 10 figures, 2 maps.Cloth cover.
Berlin. Heft VI, 1913; Heft II/III, 1920-21; Heft II-2, 1926; Heft 1/4, 1931; Heft 4/6, 1934; Heft 4, 1935; Heft 4/5, 1941; Band 88, Heft 1, 1963; Band 89, Heft 1, 1964; Band 90, Heft 1, 1965; Band 91, Heft 1, 1966; Band 92, Heft 1, 1967; Band 92, Heft...
London: 1979. 192 pages, 50 b/w and 40 color photographs of the first impressions made on the peoples of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas. Cloth cover.
London: 1959. 39 pages of text plus 96 pages of photographs. Cloth cover. Small folio size.
Berkeley: 1974. 72 pages, 20 photographs. Lowie Museum.
Berkeley: 1998. xxvii, 309 pages, 82 photographs. Cloth cover. Primitive art, states the author, was invented as a new type of art object at the beginning of the 20th century, but that now, at the century's end, it has died a double but contradictory death. This theme intelligently--and forcefully--expanded in...
London: , n.d. (ca. 1955-60). 261 pages, 197 photographs--almost all full-page, 22 codlor plates. Cloth cover. Small folio size.
American Anthropological Association, Memoir 89. 1959. 165 pages (10 essays).
Albuquerque: School of American Research, 1978. xiv, 329 pages (10 papers), approximately 15 figures. Cloth cover with dust jacket. Mint condition.
New York: 1971. 428 pages, 80 illustrations. An all-star roster of twenty-four noted scholars contribute an essay each, focusing on aesthetic ideas and the creative process in primitive societies, i.e., the importance of art in a tribal society. Recent studies have uncovered the extraordinarily wide range of aesthetic views found...
New York: 1971. 428 pages, 80 illustrations. Cloth cover. An all-star roster of twenty-four noted scholars contribute an essay each, focusing on aesthetic ideas and the creative process in primitive societies, i.e., the importance of art in a tribal society. Recent studies have uncovered the extraordinarily wide range of aesthetic...
Berkeley: 1995. ix, 380 pages (12 papers, 6 of which deal with tribal/primitive art), 13 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
Boston: 1959, 1966. Writings of Ruth Benedict. xiii, 583 pages, 8 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
New York: ca. 1975. 94 pages, 50 very large photographs. Cloth cover. Written for 6-10 year olds.
New York: 1973. 380 pages, 288 b/w and 30 color--many full-page--field photogrpahs and photographs of objects of mateial culture from ten primitive societies. Cloth cover.
Basel: 1979. 372 pages, 105 full-page color photographs, 7 pages of b/w photographs. Cloth cover. Very simply stated, this volume must be one of the loveliest ever published on ethnographic art. It presents the collection of the Museum of Ethnography, Basel, and it presents it in some of the loveliest...
Geneva: 2006. 172 pages, approximately 120 color and b/w photographs and drawings. Mint condition. A fascinating read--very difficult to put down.
Oxford: 1979. 110 pages, 78 half-page color photographs. Hard board cover.