Vienna: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1967. 110 pages, 54 b/w and 6 color photographs--all full-page.
Refine search resultsSkip to search results
Suva: 1944. 383 pages,numerous maps (many fold-out) and illustrations. Hard board cover.
Frankfurt: Museum fur Volkerkunde, n.d., ca. 1970. 22 pages, 10 photographs.
London: 1970. 151 pages, 71 full-page color photographs, 1 map. Cloth cover.
New York: 1935 (1st U.S. edition--expanded and translated from 1934 Leipzig edition). xiv, 167 pages of text, plus 83 pages of photographs, 2 pages of drawings, and a full-page map. Cloth cover.
Paris: Musee Dapper, 1992). 252 pages, 159 color and 50 b/w photographs, 1 map. Cloth cover.
Baden-Baden, 1962; New York: 1964. 250 pages, 63 full-page color photographs, 94 drawings, 5 maps. Cloth cover.
Peabody Museum Papers, Vol. XX. Cambridge: 1943. xiv, 230 pages, 20 photographs, 7 figures, 10 maps. Later cloth and hard board covers over original wrappers.
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.
Paris: 1963. 460 pages, 336 b/w photographs--mainly full-page, 102 color photographs--mainly full-page, 3 pages of maps. Cloth cover. Jean Guiart's masterpiece--one of the most important books published on Oceanic art--is particularly prized by collectors, not only for its important text, but also for the richness of its abundant photographs. A....
Hamburgisches Museum fur Volkerkunde: 1931. 58 pages, 1 fold-out map.
Munich: 1990. Ornament und Symbol. 151 pages (small folio size, 9" x12"), 40 pages of color photographs and 40 pages of b/w photographs, plus 44 smaller b/w photographs--all photographs of jewelry and personal ornamentation of Pacific peoples, 3 maps. Cloth cover.
Washington D.C. 1979. 365 pages, 405 b/w 13 color photographs. Brief inscription by Douglas Newton. One of the most comprehensive exhibitions of Pacific Art ever mounted was held the summer of 1979 at the National Gallery of Art. This dazzling exhibition was comprised of over 400 objects, many of them...
Washington D.C. 1979. 365 pages, 405 b/w 13 color photographs. Later cloth cover. One of the most comprehensive exhibitions of Pacific Art ever mounted was held the summer of 1979 at the National Gallery of Art. This dazzling exhibition was comprised of over 400 objects, many of them never before...
Basel: 1979. 48 pages, 15 full-page color and 6 b/w photographs of examples in the museum's collection, 1 map. Museum fur Volkerkunde.
New York: 1972 (reprint). 200 pages, 196 photographs, 4 full-page drawings by Miguel Covarrubias. Museum of Modern Art. Soft cover ed. The first major post-war exhibition of Oceanic art to be held in the U.S. spawned this Museum of Modern Art catalogue. Oceanic masterpieces were drawn from major museum and...
Cologne: 1995. 2 volumes. Vol. I: 320 pages, 347 large color photographs, 10 b/w photographs and drawings, 1 two-page map, maps on endpapers. Vol. II: pp. 321-640, 342 large color photographs, 10 b/w photographs, 3 drawings, maps on endpapers. Cloth covers, in a slipcase (11"x13"). A strikingly handsome, lush examination...