2 edition of Sculpture from three African tribes : Senufo, Baga, Dogon. found in the catalog.
Sculpture from three African tribes : Senufo, Baga, Dogon.
Museum of Primitive Art (New York, N.Y.)
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Sculpture From Three African Tribes: Senufo Baga Dogon Paperback – January 1, by ROBERT GOLDWATER (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $ Author: ROBERT GOLDWATER.
Get this from a library. Sculpture from three African tribes, Senufo, Baga, Dogon: [exhibition] spring, [Museum of Primitive Art (New York, N.Y.)]. Sculpture from three African tribes: Senufo, Baga, Dogon.
The Museum of Primitive Art. New York, Spring Sm.4to. Original paper covers. Introduction by Robert Goldwater, b/w plates, 22 item catalogue, bibliography.
From the library bof Anthony and Elizabeth Isaacs (signature and book-plate). Heavy tape marks to front and rear end-papers. Catalogue of african, oceanic and pre-columbian art from The Pinto Collection, including a Senufo wood Rhythm Pounder, a Senufo wood Figure, four Bakota wood and metal Reliquary Figures, a Dogon wood Bowl and Cover, Dan wood Masks, a Benin agate Ceremonial Headdress and coral Fly Whisk, a Marquesas Islands wood Figure and a Teotihuacan stone Mask / auction by Sotheby Parke Bernet &.
Offered in Catawiki's African Tribal Art Auction: Book (4) - Paper - 4 publications on the Senufo. - - Senufo - West-Afrika. Very good condition, slightly used with small signs of wear. SCULPTURE FROM THREE AFRICAN TRIBES.
SENUFO - BAGA - DOGON. by Goldwater, Robert. (Introduction). and a great selection of related books, art and. Buy SCULPTURE FROM THREE AFRICAN TRIBES Senufo, Baga, Dogon by Robert (Introduction) Goldwater (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Robert (Introduction) Goldwater.
On 10/09/14 a small African Tribal art auction featuring property from the Rona family collection took place in Boonton NJ.
The prices of the African Art sold varied from approximately $ – $7, and included pieces “purchased in the ’s from respected galleries such as Segy, Klejman, and Tribal Arts; including published pieces from Ladislas Segy’s Masks of Black Africa.
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Dogon art is primarily sculpture. Dogon art revolves around religious values, ideals, and freedoms (Laude, 19). Dogon sculptures are not made to be seen publicly, and are commonly hidden from the public eye within the houses of families, sanctuaries, or kept with the Hogon (Laude, 20).The importance of secrecy is due to the symbolic meaning behind the pieces and the process by which they are made.
In a book on the subject, Goldwater juxtaposed American photographer Walker Evans’s print of a sculpture by an unnamed African artist with Pablo Picasso ’s Nude of On the basis of form, Goldwater regarded the African sculpture as an example of Senufo art. RARE – “Sculpture From Three African Tribes Senufo Baga Dogon ” – The Museum of Primitive Art, New York, Exhibition Catalog + Brochure.
Soft Cover. 1 st Edition. Oversized. 8 ½” x 11”. Published by The Museum of Primitive Art, New York – Catalog of Exhibition Spring Seller Rating: % positive.
Passion for books. Sign On My Account Basket Help. Menu. Sculpture from Three African Tribes: Senufo, Baga, Dogon. New York: Museum of Primitive Art,fig. Damase, Jacques. Sculpture of the Tellem and the Dogon.
New York: Pierre Matisse Gallery, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Art of Oceania, Africa, and the Americas from the Museum of Primitive Art. New York: The Metropolitan Museum. Exhibited Museum of Primitive Art, New York, Sculpture from Three African Tribes: Senufo, Baga, Dogon, February 18 - Museum of Primitive Art, New York, Traditional Arts of Africa’s New Nations, May 17 - Septem Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, The Traditional Sculpture of Africa, October 12 - Novem In the book, the Baga voice is heard prominently in the direct testimony of three Baga writers and forty Baga consultants of all ages and background experience, from ten-year-old boys to elders and ritual leaders of over years of age.
Artistic creation and reinvention form the core of issues raised throughout the art historical by: Collecting African Tribal art is as interesting as it is addictive.
Every piece can provide the start of another collection based on multiple factors, such as Tribe, society, function, symbol, location, material, and/or type. (warrior) rider in my collection. At several recent auctions the Dogon, and Senufo riders grabbed most of the.
The African statues can also identify a tribe and its specificities. In fact, each ethnic group differs for the use of a statue or sculpture. In some tribes, there are very detailed and figurative statues, which represent one’s afterlife husband or wife; therefore, they are represented with extraordinary headdresses, carved in meticulous way.
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African art - African art - Sculpture and associated arts: Although wood is the best-known medium of African sculpture, many others are employed: copper alloys, iron, ivory, pottery, unfired clay, and, infrequently, stone.
Unfired clay is—and probably always was—the most widely used medium in the whole continent, but, partly because it is so fragile and therefore difficult to collect, it. Goldwater, Robert Sculptures from Three African Tribes: Senufo, Baga and Dogon.
New York: Museum of Primitive Art. Bambara Sculpture from the Western Sudan. New York: Museum of Author: Ruth B Phillips.Please browse our entire catalog of African tribal art including masks, figures, sculptures, bronzes, household items, and much, much more.
You never know what treasures you'll find! Happy hunting! 10% off orders over $ (excludes one item orders, use discount code 10PERCENTOFF at checkout).African art - African art - Igbo: On both sides of the Niger, but mainly to the east, live the Igbo.
Traditionally they have lived in small and often isolated settlements scattered through the forest. Only on the northern and western edges of the area, under influence from Igala and Benin, are hereditary rulers found.
In Igbo society there is strong social pressure toward individual.