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Furniture design of Wendy Maruyama and James Schriber, ceramics of Akio Takamori  among other great displays of American Craft, 2006 Black and white and full color illustrations throughout. This thorough study of the histories, styles, and crafts of the Acomoa and Laguna pueblos is a must-have for any art historian or collector of Native American art and artifacts. Anthropological piece from 1943 on the Embroidery of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico and Arizona. Illustrated with plates and essays. This is the 1975 unabridged reprint.
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American artists, Lawrence Carroll, Phil Sims, David Simpson, Roy Thurston, Jan Vercruysse, Carole Schorovski, Peter Shelton, Thomas Schutte in the Colleccio Panza de Biumo. Exhibition catalog generously illustrated with over 50 full color plates.
James Mooney was sent by the Bureau of American Ethnology in 1890 to investigate this politically controversial religious movement and produced a report that still stands as a model of careful observation and intelligently sympathetic interpretation. What is interesting about this edition of the Tao Te Ching by Gia-Fu
Feng and Jane English, is that each chapter or stanza is illustrated and
presented with the Chinese characters and English translation.
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Sketch of artist Peter Hurd by his friend Paul Horgan from the Amon Carter Museum of Western Art. First Edition.
Magnificent walking Polar Bear, head up and viewing the world. Length from tip to end approximately 9 1/2 inches by approximately 5 inches height. With chapters on the evolution of Mexican jewelry over time up to Modern. Published 1963 First edition. Generously illustrated
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