Institut Istor., Filos., Novosibirsk: 1975. Part II.186 pages, 111 drawings and 36 b/w and 17 color photographs--mostly of Russian (Siberian) peasant costume. Cloth cover.
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Institut Istor., Filos., Novosibirsk: 1971. 198 pages of text containing 57 figures (photographs and drawings of clothing, household objects, buildings, and other objects of material culture of these Siberian peoples. In addition there are 30 pages of color and b/w photographs and drawings of the same types of objects of...
INAH, Mexico City: 1965. VIII. 97 pages, 24 pages of figures, 5 maps. Edition limited to 1,000 copies.
Academy of Sciences USSR, Vol. 64. Institute of Ethnography, Moscow: 1961. 212 pages of text dealing with Siberian ethnography, 58 photographs and drawings--principally of sleds, boats, houses, and other objects of material culture. Cloth cover.
Academy of Sciences USSR, Vol. 78, Institute of Ethnography. Moscow: 1962. 292 pages, 36 photographs and 17 drawings of material culture, ritual objects and structures of the peoples in northern and eastern Siberia and Central Asia, 5 maps. Cloth cover.
Academy of Sciences USSR, Vol. 84. Institute of Ethnography, Moscow: 1963. 233 pages of text dealing with Siberian ethnography, 54 photographs of structures, clothing and other objects of material culture. Cloth cover.
xv, 595 pages, of which these two papers are, respectively, pp. 523-537 (containing 6 figures, plus 5 pages of plates) and pp. 485-510 (containing 19 figures, plus 9 pages of plates). Cloth cover.
Museum fur Volkerkunde, Vienna: n.d. 48 pages, 30 photographs.
Museum of Anthropology. Moscow (?): 1967. 262 pages--papers dealing with the shelter, rituals, masks and carved figures of Arctic peoples, 54 b/w photographs and drawings, 1 color plate. Cloth cover.
Winnipeg: 1978. 246 pages, 169 b/w and 14 color photographs. The shamanistic subjects in contemporary Eskimo art were viewed and analyzed by examining Shamanistic art from non-contemporary Eskimo cultures in a dazzling Winnipeg Art Gallery exhibition. This lovely, comprehensive catalogue of that exhibit juxtaposes contemporary and non-contemporary objects in a....
Smithsonian Institution: 1995. 112 pages, 16 color and 117 b/w photographs of artifacts drawn from local museums in Russia, Canada, and Alaska. Diminutive examples of native arts and artifacts from both sides of the Bering Strait, drawn from the collections of local museums in Russia, Canada and Alaska, were displayed...
Smithsonian National Museum, Washington, D.C, 1988. 360 pages (thirty-six papers) 476 color and b/w photographs and drawings of several thousand artifacts, 17 maps. Soft cover. An historic collaboration between American and Soviet scholars resulted in a superb 1988 exhibition for which this volume served as the catalogue. Focusing on artifacts...
Smithsonian National Museum, Washington, D.C, 1988. 360 pages (thirty-six papers) 476 color and b/w photographs and drawings of several thousand artifacts, 17 maps. Cloth cover. Slight rippling at bottom of some pages, otherwise very good-fine condition. An historic collaboration between American and Soviet scholars resulted in a superb 1988 exhibition...
Smithsonian Institution, 1982. 296 pages, 435 b/w photographs, 11 full-page color photographs, 15 drawings. Cloth cover.
Leningrad: 1974. Applied Art in the North of the Soviet Union. 19 pages of text (in Russian) containing 10 drawings and 2 photographs (and 36 small b/w photographs), followed by 77 pages of color photographs of artifacts of the peoples of the (then) Soviet Far North--with captions in English and...
1902. 86 pages (some uncut) containing 24 figures--drawings of designs and patterns, plus 33 leaves of color and b/w drawings of several hundred objects and design elements.
Moscow: Academy of sciences USSR, 1983. 128 pages, 20 illustrations of artifacts and material culture objects of this Siberian people, 1 map.
Munich: 1993. vii, 208 pages, 141 color and 38 b/w photographs, 155 drawings, 13 maps. Mint condition. A very special exhibition of 3000 years of the "unknown Siberian art of Arctic whale hunters" wasin 1993 and 1994 at three fortunate museums in Tubingen, Munich and Moscow. Subtle, wonderfully carved, etched...
Arctic Institute of North America, Anthropology of the North, Translations from Russian Sources, No. 2, 1962. vi, 313 pages (17 papers), approximately 25 photographs, drawings, charts, and maps. Spine somewhat sunned, rear wrapper has a large chip at its bottom.
Moscow: 1947. 397 pages. Photographs, drawings, maps ( 1 fold-out) dealing with the exploits of Russian naval exploration. Quarter cloth cover boards.
(exhibition catalogue, Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto, 1998). viii, 215 pages, 79 color and 56 b/w photographs, 43 drawings, 10 maps. Cloth cover. The indigenous peoples of Siberia--approximately thirty cultural groups--are strongly influenced by their forest, tundra or seacoast environments. Using the skins of mammals, birds and fish, Siberian peoples make...
Institute of Siberian Geography: 1978. 224 pages dealing with the ethnography of Altai and Western Siberian peoples, 17 pages of drawings, 4 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
Arctic Institute of North America: 1961. 198 pages of text containing 11 figures, plus 38 pages of drawings of artifacts.
Moscow: Moldoya Gvardiya, 1972. 224 pages, 64 color and b/w photographs. Cloth cover, dust jacket. Fine condition. This book deals with the folk art of the Yakuts, the folk art of Nentsy, and the arts, costumes, customs and rituals, and shamanic practices of peoples of the Russian (Siberian) Far North.
London, 1806 (Vol. I) and 1807 (Vol II); New York & Amsterdam: 1969 (reprint). (two volumes in one). 72, 80 pages, 3 b/w fold-out plates, 2 color plates. Blue and white cloth cover. The author was the surveyor on the expediton during which Alaska and the Aleutians were carefully charted for the first time.