Art Primitivo
Home Page Previous Page
Search
Shopping Cart
My Account
Help
Home Unsold Lots Closed Lots Retail Gallery Subscription
4/14/2024 12:45:38 PM

New to Arte Primitivo?
Register User Registration
Tutorials User Tutorials
Auction Rules Auction Rules

Browse Categories
African
Antiquities
Asian Art
Books (Relating to Items Offered)
General
Collectibles
Ethnographic and Tribal Art
Pre-Columbian Art
Religious

Arte Primitivo Communications
Want to be notified about upcoming auctions? Sign Up for our auction alert!
Request Catalogue
E-mail Us
Suggestion Box
product details
Auction Closes At: 16:28:00 03/07/2024
Time Remaining: Closed
Lot# & Name: 755. Books on the Subject of Oceania (English, German, French) (66)
Estimate: $150-$250
Current High Bid: $50.00
Auction Closed(Final Price) $50.00

Category: Books (Relating to Items Offered)
Sub Category: General
Culture or Country: --
Period: --
Size:

Description: Museum Books Warden, Moore and Shwab, “The Art of Papua New Guinea”, Tennessee Fine Arts Center at Cheekwood, 1970’s, SC in b&w; Griffin, “Pieces of Paradise”, The Australian Musuem Trust, 1988, SC in color; Powell and Friedman, “Primitive Artt of the Pacific Islands”, Brooklyn Museum, 1957, SC in b&w; Starzecka and Cranstone, “The Solomon Islanders”, British Museum, 1974, SC in b&w; Losche, “The Abelam; A People of Papua New Guinea”, The Australian Museum, 1982, SC in color and b&w; Kjellgren and Ivory, “Adorning the World; Art of the Marquesas Islands”, Met Museum, 2005, SC in color; Neich, “Pounamu; Maori Jade of New Zealand”, Auckland Museum, 2003, SC in color; Newton, “Crocodile and Cassowary”, Museum of Primitive Art, 1971, SC in b&w; Mamiya and Sumnik, “Hevehe; Art, Economics and Status in the Papuan Gulf”, Museum of Cultural History, 1982, SC in b&w; Wardwell, “The Sculpture of Ancient Polynesia”, on view at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1967-68, SC in b&w; Wardwell, “The Art of the Sepik River”, on view at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1971, SC in b&w; University Museum Philadelphia, “Pacific Art”, loan exhibition, 1960’s, SC in b&w; Maitland Art Center, “The Art of Micronesia”, on view in 1996, SC in b&w; Papua New Guinea Public Museum and Art Gallery, “Guide to the Collection”, 1974, SC in b&w; Skinner and Simmons, “The Maori Hei-Tiki”, Otago Museum, 1966, SC in b&w; Leonard and Terrell, “Patterns of Paradise, the Styles and Significance of Bark CLoth Field Field Museum of Natural History “Around the World”, 1980, SC in b&w; Honolulu Academy of Arts, “An Exhibition of Oceanic Arts”, 1967, SC in b&w; Museum of Primitive Art, “Malu; Openwork Boards of the Tshuosh Tribe”, 1963, SC in b&w; Western Australian Museum Perth, “Omie; in the Shadow of a Volcano”, on view in 2007, SC in color; Museum of Primitive Art, “New Guinea Art in the Collection of the Museum of Primitive Art”, 1967, HC w/bj, b&w; Bowers Museum Foundation and Ethnic Arts Council of Los Angeles, “The Ruth and George C. Kennedy Collection of Ethnic Art”, 1979, enclosed in an envelope; Museum of Cultures, Basel, “An Ethnology of the Admiralty Islanders”, 1998, HC w/bj, color; San Diego Museum of Art, Ellis, “Oceanic Art; a Celebration of Form”, 2009, SC in color; Gallery Books and Others Schmitz, Acanthus History of Sculpture, “Oceanic Sculpture”, 1962, HC w/bj, SC in b&w, three copies one still in its original wrapping; Lang Art Galleries at Scripps College, “The Primitive Arts of the Sepik River, New Guinea”, on show in 1960, SC in b&w; Hurst Gallery, “Art of New Guinea”, 1988, color and b&w; Hurst Gallery, “Power and Prestige, the Arts of Island Melanesia and the Polynesian Outliers”, 1996, SC in color; Conru, “Oceanic Shields”, 2006, SC in color; Simeon, “The Birth of Art”, 1980’s, SC in b&w; Morley, “The Essence of Tribal Arts”, 1992, SC in color; Hamson, “Aesthetics of Integrity in New Guinea Art”, 2007, SC color; Hamson, “The Elegance of Menace; Aesthetics of New Guinea Art”, 2005, SC in color; Holdsworth, “The Sepik”, 1974, SC in color; Government of Indonesia in cooperation with the U.N., “The Art of Wood Carving in Irian Jaya”, 1977, SC in b&w; Holdsworth, “The Highlands”, 1974, SC in color; Riley, “Jade Treasures of the Maori”, 1994, SC in color; Nolte, “Kina, Tapa, and Baba Tagwa; Artifacts from Papua New Guinea”, 1995, SC in b&w; Kooijman, “Tapa on Moche Island Fiji”, 1977, SC in b&w; Pule, “Binabina, the making of a Gela War Canoe”, 1983, SC in color and b&w; Goldman, “Hunstein Korowori, Sculpture from the Sepik Hills”, 1971, SC in b&w; Garrick, “The Garrick Picture book of Papua & New Guinea”, 1980’s, SC in color; Visser Melanesian Art, “Papua New Guinea”, 2000’s, SC in color; Pacific Arts Magazine volume 8, 2009, SC in color; Books in Other Languages German Museum of Cultures, Basel “Die Kunst Neu-Guineas”, 1960’s, SC in b&w; Museum of Cultures, Basel, Kaufmann, “Ozeanien”, 1979, SC in color;’ Museum of Cultures, Basel, Kaufmann, “Vanuatu, Kunst Aus der Sudsee”, 1997, SC in color; Koch, “Ein Beseres Leben”, 2000, SC in color;’ Kunstarchiv Berlin, “Sudsee Plastiken”, 1926, SC in b&w, an important early catalog of oceanic works of art; Linden-Museums, Stuttgart, “Melanesian Mensch und Natur, Mythos und Kunst”, on view in 1977, SC in b&w; Konrad und Konrad und Schneebaum, “Asmat, Leben mit den Ahnen”, 1981, SC in color and b&w; Deutschen Elfenbein Museum, “Schnitzkunst Aus der Sudsee”, on view in 1974, SC in b&w; Hunt-Nishi and Perani, “Art of the Sepik River and the Papuan Gulf”, 1987, SC in color; French Musee de L’Homme, “Nlle Guinee”, 1956, SC in b&w; Gallerie Kramer, Paris, “Arts D’Oceanie”, 1966, SC in b&w; Musee Barbier-Mueller, Geneve, “Masques D’Oceanie”, 1985, SC in color; de Grunne, “Art Papou”, 1979, SC in b&w; Musee Departemental de Solutre, “Arts de la Guerre en Nouvelle Guinee”, 1995, SC in color; Christie’s Paris, June 2011, “Art Oceanien, Africain et d’Amerique du Nord”, SC in color; Kasarherou, “Masques Oceaniens”, 1987, SC in color; Bilignual French and English Gallerie Meyer, “Art of Vanuatu”, 1997-1998, SC in color; Gallerie Meyer, “Tapa, Bark Cloth of Oceania”, 1998, SC in color; Dutch Museum voor land en Volkendunde, “Kunst uit Melanesie”, 1951, SC in b&w; Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, “Papoea Kunst”, 1966, SC in b&w; Schuster, “Die maler vom May River”, 1969, SC in color; Dutch and English Volkenkundig Museum Breda, “Asmat Art/Kunst” 1977, SC in b&w;
Provenance: --
Shipping Fee:
National: $80.00
International: $185.00 (This is approximate and for Postal Service. Prices may vary, especially for private carriers such as: FEDEX, UPS and BAX).
   




Books on the Subject of Oceania (English, German, French) (66)

BIDDER BID QTY Original Bid Time
1. Gilligan $50.00 1 3/7/2024 3:00:29 PM
2. Paca $25.00 1 3/1/2024 5:27:40 PM

| Home | About Us | FAQs | Auction Rules | Contact Us | Legal Disclaimer | Privacy Policy |
Copyright © 2001 - 2024 Arte Primitivo, All Rights Reserved.