Suva: 1980. 64 pages, 42 photographs--all full-page or half-page.
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117 pages, 55 photographs, 11 drawings. The articles in this volume deal with Indonesian and Lake Sentani art and culture.
National Art School, Papua New Guinea, 1980. 20 pages, 13 pages of photographs.
May 1962. pp. 583-634.
August, 1982. pp. 142-171.
Boroko: University of Papua New Guinea. Vols. 9/10, 1985 & 1986; Vols. 11/12, 1987 & 1988; Vol. 13, 1989; Vol. 14, 1990; Vol. 15-1, 1991; Vol. 15-2, 1991; Vol. 18, 1994.
Boroko: University of Papua New Guinea. vi, 89 pages.
Boroko: University of Papua New Guinea. vi, 75 pages.
Boroko: University of Papua New Guinea. vi, 94 pages.
Boroko: University of Papua New Guinea. vi, pp. 95-187.
Boroko: University of Papua New Guinea. 202 pages.
Boroko: University of Papua New Guinea. iii, 72 pages.
Boroko: University of Papua New Guinea. 71, 46 pages.
Madang Teachers College: 1974. 106 pages, 51 pages of drawings of artifacts from each of the five regions of New Guinea. Madang Teachers College in Papua New Guinea published this volume for use in the country's schools. Divided into five sections (Morobe District, Papuan Gulf, Sepik District, Iran Jaya, and...
Darlinghurst: 1990. 159 pages, 153 large color photographs--mostly full-page, 1 double-page map. Cloth cover. This is a wonderful pictorial essay on PNG ceremonies, decoration, dances and dancers. Divided into three sections--the Coastal Region, the Highlands, the Sepik--each with superb color photographs, this book documents body decoration, facial makeup, headdresses, ornaments...
New York: 1964. 165 pages of text plus 48 pages of color photographs, principally of dancers and rituals. Cloth cover.
Paris, 1930: Bangkok, 1995 (reprint). 351 pages of text containing 27 small photographs and drawings and 1 fold-out map, plus 114 pages of photographs. Gilt decorated cloth cover in a board and cloth slipcase (9"x12"). Chauvet's masterwork, his monumental volume on the art of New Guinea, has been out of...
Amsterdam: 1937. 286 pages of text containing 2 drawings, plus 76 unnumbered pages of photographs of this expedition to the Carstensz Mountains, and one fold-out color map. Original blue cloth cover, gilt letters on cover and spine.
Bucks: 1988. 72 pages, 31 photographs, 31 drawings, 3 maps. Covering the full range of decorated material from the Mountain-Ok region of central New Guinea, this book presents a very good overview of almost all forms of decorated shields, housboards, arrows, containers, etc. found in this region. The photographs--of artifacts--were...
Bathurst: 1981. 408 pages, 750 b/w and 177 color photographs, 2 drawings. Cloth cover. This lovely, dazzling volume is the first full photographic account of a single cultural group in Papua New Guinea--the Gogodala. Divided into two parts, this extraordinary book offers an amazing abundance of archival and more recent...
Boroko: 1977. 140 pages (pp. 111-140 are bound upside down), 116 photographs of the ceremonies, art, and peoples of Papua New Guinea, 28 drawings.
London: 1974. 132 pages, 246 photographs. Cloth cover.
Paris: 1959. 238 pages of text plus 16 pages of photographs. Inscribed by author.
New York: 1954 (previously published in a French edition and in an edition in England under the title Mitsinari). 256 pages of text plus 12 unnumbered pages of photographs taken in the 1930s and 1940s, maps on endpapers. Cloth cover.
Nerang: 1983. x, 167 pages, 141 color and 36 b/w photographs, 1 map. Hard board cover. The traditional, pre-contact culture of the Bundi, a people who live in the Highland fringe of Papua New Guinea, is the subject of this out of print study based on the author's work among...