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The Art of the South Sea Islands, Including Australia and New Zealand

Alfred Bühler, Author; Terry Barrow, Author
Format
Book
Published
New York, Crown Publishers [1962]
Language
English
Series Statement
Art of the world; the historical, sociological and religious backgrounds
Art of the world, non-European cultures; the historical, sociological and religious backgrounds
Contents
  • Geographical setting, peoples and civilizations
  • Principles of oceanic art
  • Religious, social and technological basis of oceanic art
  • Style provinces and styles
  • The art styles of oceania and their historical significance
  • Art of the New Zealand Maori
  • The Aboriginal art of Australia
Keywords
Maori
Charles Mountford
Melanesia
Tasmania
Papua New Guinea
Indonesia
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    a| The art of the South Sea Islands, including Australia and New Zealand, c| by Alfred Buehler, Terry Barrow [and] Charles P. Mountford.
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    a| New York, b| Crown Publishers c| [1962]
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    a| 249 pages b| illustrations (part mounted color), maps c| 24 cm.
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    a| Art of the world, non-European cultures; the historical, sociological and religious backgrounds
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    a| Includes bibliographical references (pages 235-240).
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    a| Geographical setting, peoples and civilizations -- Principles of Oceanic art -- Religious, social and technological basis of Oceanic art -- Style provinces and styles -- The art styles of Oceania and their historical significance -- Art of the New Zealand Maori -- The Aboriginal art of Australia.
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    a| Art z| Oceania.
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    a| Art, Pacific Island.
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    a| Art, Aboriginal Australian.
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    a| Art, Maori.
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    a| Art. 2| fast 0| (OCoLC)fst00815177
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    a| Art of the world; the historical, sociological and religious backgrounds.
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    a| Baker and Taylor b| BTCP n| 62011806
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