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Fifty Years of Change in the Commercial Bark Paintings of North-East Arnhem Land

Jean M. Anderson, Author
Format
Book
Published
1983.
Language
English
Contents
  • Historic alien contacts in north-east Arnhem land and the acculturation process
  • Traditional culture in north-east Arnhem Land
  • Culture change after 1935
  • The market for bark paintings
  • The model
  • Form
  • Materials and technique - a determinant of form
  • Culture - a determinant of form
  • Function - a determinant of form
  • Four collections
  • A comparison of international ethnic and tourist arts
  • Predictions
  • Statistical analysis
  • Conclusion
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    c| 1983.
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    a| 83, 39, [4], xiii leaves : b| illustrations (some color), maps ; c| 30 cm
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    a| "A thesis submitted to the University of Sydney in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Diploma in Anthropology, 1983."
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    b| Dip. Anthrop. c| University of Sydney d| 1983
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    a| Includes bibliographical references (following plate 39).
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    a| Aboriginal Australians x| Painting z| Australia z| Arnhem Land (N.T.)
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    a| Bark painting z| Australia z| Arnhem Land (N.T.)
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    a| Yirrkala (N.T.)
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