Author: Kaalund, Bodil
Year Published: 1997
No. of pages: 122
Illustrations: 51 Color Illustrations. 0 B&W Illustrations.
Binding: Clothbound with Jacket
Size: 8”x 8 1/2”
47 drawings and water colors, which are in the Ethnographic Museum at Oslo University. These drawings have never been published as a whole previously. They convey the lifestyle of the eskimo people and touch on political, religious and moral symbolism.
Author: von Folsach, Kjeld
Year Published: 2001
No. of pages: 414
Illustrations: 418 Color Illustrations. 11 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 8”x 9”
A wonderfully elaborated book on the exquisite collection of Islamic Art from the C.L. David Foundation. Beautiful color photographs depict manuscripts and books, ceramics, glass, stone, ivory, wood, metal, textiles and carpets. This publication serves as an excellent introduction to the marvelous world that lies outside the area with which most westerners are familiar.
Language: English w/ Danish summary
Year Published: No year
No. of pages: 28
Illustrations: 14 Color Illustrations.
Biblio/Bio: Cat. of exh.
This exhibition of Pre-Columbian ceramics documents the artistic and cultural evolution of Peru over the past six thousand years. The art objects precede the Incas and give the viewer an opportunity to appreciate the high level of development achieved by the people of ancient Peru. Although a utilitarian art, the ceramics reflect deeper aspects of this mysterious civilization. The text explains how the ceramics embody the beliefs, values, and concepts of the ancient Peruvian people.
Author: Kristian Jakobsen, Helle Primdahl
Language: Danish/ English
Year Published: 1995
No. of pages: 184
Illustrations: 141 Color Illustrations. 11 B&W Illustrations.
Biblio/Bio: Bios. Cat. of exh.
This exhibition includes the finest, most beautiful pieces of Chinese art, from prehistoric times, through some 4000 years, to works by contemporary Chinese artists. Here are silk tapestries, blue and white porcelain, inlaid and lacquered furniture, Neolithic pottery, grave figures, landscape panels, Ming vases, bronzeware, glass, clothes of embroidered silk, and much, much more. The text analyzes the distinguishing characteristics of the art from each period and dynasty. This gorgeous, comprehensive book belongs in the library of all those with an interest in the art of the Far East.
Author: Varjola, Pirjo
Year Published: 1990
No. of pages: 335
Illustrations: 173 Color Illustrations. 254 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 11”x 8”
This incredibly comprehensive collection of ethnographic items includes clothing laboriously and beautifully made from animal guts, painted cedar boxes, carved kayaks, carved wooden bowls, walrus ivory figures and much more, acquired from the Russian American Native peoples in the first half of the 19th century. Good photographic examples and historical information about the skills of the forefathers of today’s Alaskans and the Finns in Russian America.