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Publisher Comments:

Masks, pottery, bronze, ivory, gold, statues of ancestors, reliquaries, and jewelry all express the influence of myths on the daily life and inventive genius of more than 60 ethnic groups. This book covers each subject in turn, is magnificently illustrated in color, and examines the entire range of black African art from aesthetic and ethnological points of view.

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Covers the objects that express the influence of myths on the daily life and inventive genius of more than 60 ethnic groups, and examines the entire range from aesthetic and ethnological points of view.

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ISBN:
9782879393209
Subtitle:
Masks, Sculptures, Jewelry
Publisher:
Terrail
Author:
Meyer, Laure
Subject:
African
Subject:
History - Prehistoric & Primitive
Series:
Smart
Publication Date:
March 2007
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
255
Dimensions:
8.59x6.83x.72 in. 1.70 lbs.

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Black Africa: Masks, Sculptures, Jewels (Smart)
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