NY: MOMA, 1954. First edition. Hardcover. 188 pp. 208 plates with six in color. Introduction by Rene D'Harnoncourt. Bibliography. Maps. A survey by a leading anthropologist who died prior to the volume'spublication.
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NY: Abrams, 1961. First edition. Hardcover. 290 pp. More than 150 illustrations, many in full-color. Bibliography. Index. of Names. As Gauguin noted, "Sometimes I went back very far, further than the horses of the Parthenon.... to the wooden rocking horse of my childhood."
NY: Braziller, 1968. First edition. Hardcover. 128 pp. With seventy-eight black and white illustrations, as well as three maps. Notes. Index. Part of the Planning and Cities Series.ARNTZEN/RAINWATER J56. "An excellent series of surveys and monographs on various aspects of urban planning. Well illustrated with photographs and plans."POWELL 968.
Glasgow: National Publications Trust Rhodesia and Nyasaland, 1959. First edition. Hardcover. 167 pages. Small folio, 31 x 23 cm. 160 plates, many in color, and sixty text figures (including maps). Index of Sites. General Index.
Paris: Simonis Empis, 1896. First edition. Paperback. 5 pages in text (French). 36 x 28 cm. 31 plates in black and white. Not quite a French version of upper class manners a la Charles Dana Gibson: here, the middle class is the target. Backstrip reinforced with archival tape.
Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, 1971. Kane, John. First edition. Hardcover. 343 pp. 135 plates, eight in color. Catalogue Raisonne compiled by Leon Anthony Arkus. Includes" Sky Hooks," the autobiography of John Kane as told toMarie McSwigan. An American primitive, a working class laborer whose reputation as a painter keeps...
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1938. Kane, John. First edition. Hardcover. 196 pages. 25 x 29 cm. Foreword by Fank Crowninshield. Color frontispiece and twenty-six illustrations. Postscript by Marie McSwigan.
NY: Dodd Mead, 1950. First edition. Hardcover. 182 pp. With four full-color illustrations and over seventy pages of black and white illustrations. Record of Primitive Painters. ARNTZEN/RAINWATER M502. "An anthology of essays by ten authors, most of which are devoted to a single artist." CHAMBERLAIN 1466. "A compilation of 20...
NY: Praeger, 1953. 1st American edition. Hardcover. 167 pp. Illustrated with sixteen color plates, as well as 216 half-tones and line cuts. Translated by Robert Allen. Bibliography. Index. Chronological Table. Thebook is based on an idea of Professor Hugo Obermaier, the eminent expert on prehistoric art, and incorporates his approach and his discoveries.
Bloomington: IndianaUniv. Press, 1973. First edition. Hardcover. 236 pp. One hundred plates, including three in color and a map of Africa. With Foreword by Paul S. Wingert. Surveys the development of sub-SaharanAfrican art from the colonial period to the present. Glossary of Names. Bibliography. Index.
NY: Pelligrini & Cudahy, 1948. First edition. Hardcover. 134 pp. 26 x 19 cm. Ten color plates, thirty-four black and white illustrations and approximately sixty photographs in the text. A survey of popular painting in Haiti, the artists themselves and an historical review of Haiti's artistic evolution.
Tucson: Univ. of Arizona Press, 1968. First edition. Hardcover. 206 pp. Copiously illustrated in black and white and in color with photographs, drawings, and maps. Bibliography. Index. Baskets, Textiles,Pottery, Silver and Jewelry, Kachina Dolls and Carving, and Minor Crafts are covered. Signed by Clara Lee Tanner. KARPEL A1038.
NY: Abrams, 1968. First edition. Hardcover. 263 pp. Voluminously illustrated with photographs in black and white and color, with a color map of the climatic zones of Africa.Examines African and Oceanic art, focusing on sculpture, masks, and figures. Bibliography.
Austin: Univ. of Texas Press, 1966. Williamson, Clara McDonald. First edition. Hardcover. 119 pp. Thirty-six black and white illustrations, six color plates. A folk painter of rural life in Texas, anda true American original.
NY: G.P. Putnams Sons, 1972. First edition. Cloth. 447 pages. Folio, 33 x 26 cm. 199 plates in color, and 225 monochrome illustrations. Bibliography. Bright, fresh copy.
NY: Wilfred Funk, 1964. First edition. Hardcover. 152 pp. Profuselyillustrated in black and white. Index of Northwest Coast Mythology. Index. Examines the history and traditions of the least known and studied of all theaboriginal peoples of North America -- the Indians of the Pacific Northwest Coast. KARPEL A660.
Princeton: Pyne Press, 1973. Fischer, Jonathan. First edition. Hardcover. 4to, 29 pages in text, forty color plates with descriptive text. An Harvard educated pastor who lived in Blue Hill, Maine,his paintings (the majority of them) are published here for the first time. List of Works.
NY: Hudson Hills, 1990. First edition. Hardcover. 180 pages in text, Vol. I, and with illustrations in the text. Vol. II, plate volume in facsimile of Denig's bible -- sixty full-page, ink and watercolor plates, dated 1784, portrays biblical scenes and religious emblems and is accompanied by explanatory notes written...