Paris: 1982. 293 pages, 350 large b/w and 21 full-page color photographs, 9 drawings. 1 map. Coth cover. Mint condition. The almost overpowering art of the Tshokwe is subjected to an intense analysis of its styles, influences, and iconography in this volume, written by the authority on the art of...
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Junta de Investagacoes Ceintificas do Ultramar Centro de Ultramar, Estudos de Antropologia Culural, No. 13. Lisbon: 1980. 63 pages, 18 pages of b/w and 2 pages of color photographs, 1 page of drawngs. 1 fold-out map.
Junta de Investigacoes do Ultramar, Estudos de Antropologia Cultural, No. 8. Lisbon: 1971. 94 pages, 26 pages of photographs. Copy #98 of limited edition of 100 copies. Mint condition.
New York: 1912, 1914 (2nd ed., 3rd impression). xvi, 485, 18 pages, 17 pages of b/w photographs taken during the author’s expeditions in Angola, the Congo, Rhodesia, and Mozambique, 4 tipped-in color plates. Cloth cover.
Luanda: 1953. 190 pages of text plus 10 pages of photographs and drawings, and 8 maps--6 of which are fold-out. Museu de Angola.
New York: 1979. ix, 228 pages, photographs 146-296, 4 pages of maps. Cloth cover, mint condition, in dust jacket. First published in Portugese in 1956, it has been called, "...a classic study of a region and its peoples heretofor poorly documented"
Paris: Musee Dapper, 2010. 308 pages, 210 large color photographs of both objects in the exhibition and taken in the fiel, 32 b/w photographs, 2 maps. Cloth cover with dust jacket. Mint condition.
Lisbon: Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa, 1887. 14 pages (some uncut).
Field Museum, Anthropological Series, Vol. XXV, No. 2: 1938. Pp. 27-79 of text (containing 8 figures) followed by 20 pages of photographs and 10 pages of drawings.
Weisbaden: 1988. 138 pages, 172 drawings of several hundred objects of material culture, 2 b/w photographs, 4 pages of color drawings, 2 maps.
(exhibition catalogue, Birmingham Museum of Art, 1998). 191 pages, 100 color and 100 b/w photographs, 1 map. Cloth cover. Seven essays and two hundred photographs are to be found in this catalogue of the finest assemblage of Chokwe art to be exhibited in the U.S. Drawing from private and museum...
Berlin, 1931: New York, 1968 (reprint). 183 pages. Cloth cover. Tchokwe masks and art (by H. Baumann, 54 pages, 40 ills.) and North American Indian peyote cults (80 pages, 9 ills.) are the subjects of the two principal papers in this out of print volume. The other papers deal with...
Lisbon: 1951. 203 pages, 8 pages of photographs--mainly of artifacts and dancers--1 map.
Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa: 1973. Pp. 43-59.