226 pages (filled with color photographs), 10 papers dealing (principally) with Asian carpets, textiles, and costumes, in addition to painting, ceramics, and metal work. Also included is Thomas Murray’s acclaimed paper, "Demons and Deities, Masks of the Himalayas" (pp. 54-79 with 37 large color photographs), and heavily illustrated papers on...
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Taipei: 1993. 128 pages, 150 color photographs. Hard board cover, small folio size (8 1/2" x 12 1/2"). A visual cornocupia of Chinese "folk carvings", this volume is replete with splendid color photographs of virtually every type of folk carving to be found among Chinese minority and non-minority peoples and...
Taipei: 1993. 128 pages, 116 pages of color photographs of Chinese painted masks, ceramics, carved wooden figures, board, glass, canvas, and paper. Text in Chinese. Hard board cover.
Basel: 1972. 8 pages, 9 photographs of Ceylonese masks. Museum fur Volkerkunde.
Geneva: Musee Barbier-Mueller, 1985. 16 pages, 6 color photographs, 1 map.
1922,1924,1923. (1) 21 pages of drawings, 6 full-page photographs. (2) 11 pages, 2 pages of photographs, 1 draqwing. (3) 12 pages, 2 pages of photographs, 1 page of drawings. All three papers have been bound into one volume in a later cloth cover. Fine condition.
Eisenach und Kassel: 1958. 236 pages, 73 full-page b/w and 4 full-page color photographs of masks, 1 map. Cloth cover. The spectacular masks of Ceylon--used for a variety of rituals and purposes including demon exorcising, illness curing, ritual dances, and theatrical uses--are studied in this comprehensive volume by a noted...
Amsterdam: 1970. 245 pages, 51 pages of photographs, 15 pages of drawings. Cloth cover. Three important essays (in German) are contained in this work: 1. Indonesien. fin Kulturhistorischer Uerberlick. (1960), 2. Antiltz un Geheimnis der Uberseeischen Maske. (1961), and 3. Indonesische Textilkunst. Batik, Ikat und Plangi. (1964). The photographs are of Indonesian textiles and Indonesian, Tibetan, Oceanic, and African masks.
Brussels: Musee International du Carnaval et du Masque, 1986. 133 pages, 13 color and 76 b/w photographs of theatrical and ritual masks and marionettes from Tibet, Ceylon, India, Thailand, Bali, Java, Korea, Japan, and China, 6 drawings, 3 maps.
1976. 80 pages, 33 photographs, 16 drawings. Hamburg Museum fur Volkerkunde.