Paris: Musee de l'Homme, 1967. 180 pages, 158 photographs--many full-page. Sixty-six painters and sculptors of international renown--all collectors of primitive art--selected the finest objects from their own collections for a dazzling 1967 exhibition at the Musee de l'Homme. This out of print catalogue of that exhibition has great photographs of...
Exhibition & Collections
UCLA, Los Angeles: 1974. 24 pages, 33 large photographs and 7 drawings of primitive art objects from many cultures.
Santa Fe: 1983. 32 pages, 142 photographs of Indian, African and Oceanic objects for sale--with prices given for each object. Dealer's sale catalogue.
Los Angeles: Otis Art Institute, 1965. 28 pages, 24 large photographs of African, pre-Columbian, Oceanic, American Indian, European, Oriental, and ancient containers.
Munich: Stolper Galleries, 1973. 28 pages, 24 b/w and 5 full-page color photographs. This Stolper Gallery catalogue contain rich photographic presentations of the gallery's holdings of the art of the Americas, Oceania, India, Africa, Tibet, and Japan.
British Museum: 1986. 32 pages, each page filled with color and b/w photographs and drawings of objects in the Museum's collections.
Osaka: 1992. 196 pages, 354 color and 387 b/w photographs of objects from Oceania, Africa, Asia and the Americas in the collection of Osaka's Naitonal Museum of Ethnology.
Munich: 1984. 200 pages, 341 color and b/w photogrpahs of objects in the collection (African, Oceanic, South and East Asian, Southeast Asian; North,Central, South American; European), 4 maps.
Leiden: 1889. iii, 288 pages plus 16 leaves of color and b/w il-lustrations of artifacts, and 1 full-page map. In addition to numerous papers on ethnography and material culture, this volume discusses the ethnographic collections of twenty-five European museums and one American and one Canadian museum and illustrates artifacts from their collections.
Leiden: 1892. viii, 264 pages plus 18 leaves of color illustrations. Small folio size (9 1/2" x 12 1/2"), rebound in a later cloth cover over the original wrappers. In addition to numerous papers on ethnography and material culture, this volume discusses and illustrates the collections of fourteen European museums and one Australian museum.
Tokyo: 1981, 1986 (3rd ed.). 192 pages, 354 b/w and 387 color photographs, 18 drawings and diagrams, 21 maps.
Tokyo: 1981, (2nd edition). 192 pages, 354 b/w and 387 color photographs, 18 drawings and diagrams, 21 maps.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art: 1971. 211 pages, 322 photographs of objects, including 134 of primitive art objects.
New York: Museum of Primitive Art, 1965. 160 pages, 134 full-page photographs. Hard board cover. This significant collection of 134 objects from Africa, Oceania, North America, Mexico and Central and South America, presents a dazzling potpourri of MPA collections. One brief, general introduction and then very good photographs, with identification...
Leipzig: 1976. 36 pages, 25 photographs.
1960. (Special edition on the primitive art of Oceania, Africa, North and South America) 92 pages--in Spanish and English, 57 b/w and 26 color photographs--all large, 4 maps.
Braunschweig: 1981. 128 pages, 66 b/w and 20 color photographs, 2 drawings, 1 map.
New York: Museum of Primitive Art. Special offprint of Art News, January 1968 on the occasion of the twelfth anniversary of the museum. 24 pages, 28 b/w and 10 color photographs.
Copenhagen: 1958, 1959. OLDTIDEN. 120 pages 36 pages of photographs, 22 smaller photographs--all of ancient and later Danish artifacts in the collection of the Danish National Msuem. ASIATISKE KULTURFOLK. 103 pages, 30 photographs of Asian objects. POLARFOLK OG INDIANERE. 112 pages, 28 pages of mostly full-page photographs of Arctic, Eskimo and Indian objects.
Sint-Niklaas: 1979. 36 pages, 26 full-page photographs.
New York: Museum of Primitive Art, 1960. 32 pages, 31 photographs of the second private collection exhibited at the Museum of Primitive Art. Cloth cover. Signed by Raymond Wielgus.