• 'Primitivism' In 20th Century Art: Affinity of th Tribal andthe Modern (2 Vols)

    By William Rubin

    Our Price: $75.00
    • Format: Boxed Set
    • ISBN-13: 9780870705182
    • Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art
    • Published: January 1984
    In a cloth slipcase.
  • ARoS Focus/The New Nordic: Love Conquers All

    By Icelandic Love Corporation

    Our Price: $20.00
    • Format: FlexiBind
    • ISBN-13: 9789111905008
    • Publisher: ARoS
  • Aboriginal Art

    By Wally Caruana

    Our Price: $12.50
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780500203668
    • Publisher: Thames & Hudson
    • Published: June 2003
    This lively and comprehensive survey has established itself as a superlative introduction to the full diversity of Aboriginal art, and showcases work by Australia's indigenous artists from all parts of the continent. Practising the world's longest continuous art tradition, stretching back some fifty millennia, Aboriginal artists have worked in a variety of contexts, from the sacred realm of ceremony to more public spheres, and in media that include painting, sculpture, engraving, constructions, weaving, and - most recently - photography, printmaking and textile design.
  • Aboriginal Art (World of Art)

    By Wally Caruana

    Our Price: $21.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780500204160
    • Publisher: Thames & Hudson
    • Published: February 2013
    “The semi-abstract images . . . displayan eerie beauty that is alternatelyfascinating, inspiring, and disturbing.”—Los Angeles Times
  • Aboriginality: Contemporary Aboriginal Paintings and Prints

    By Jennifer Isaacs

    Our Price: $30.00
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780702224768
    • Publisher: University of Queensland Press
    • Published: June 1990
  • Adorning the World: Art of the Marquesas Islands

    By Eric Kjellgren

    Our Price: $50.00
    • Format: Oversize Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780300107128
    • Published: June 2005
    Renowned as the final r efuge of Paul Gauguin, the Marquesas Islands, home to the Enata, a Polynesian people, is also home to one of the most extraordinary traditions of sculpture and decorative art in the Pacific. Created to honor the archipelago's diverse gods and ancestors, adorn the bodies of its people, art in the Marquesas encompassed virtually every aspect of sacred and secular life. This book features works including many previously unpublished. It accompanies an exhibition @The Metropolitan Museum of Art/5.10-2005-1.15.2006. Illus., 90 in color/20 b&w. 85p.
  • Adults Coloring Book: Koi Fishes

    By Jeff Kaguri

    Our Price: $9.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781542372954
    • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Ancestors of the Lake: Art of Lake Sentani and Humboldt Bay, New Guinea

    By Andrea Schmidt

    Our Price: $30.00
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780300166101
    • Publisher: The Menil Collection
    • Published: July 2011
    The Menil Collection.
  • Armenian Manuscripts in the Walters Art Gallery

    By Sirarpie Der Nersessian

    Our Price: $50.00
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9789111152433
    • Publisher: Walters Art Gallery
    • Published: 1973
  • Art In Australia: From Colonization to Postmodernism

    By Christopher Allen

    Our Price: $14.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780500203019
    • Publisher: THAMES AND HUDSON
    • Published: July 1997
    Does Australian art have a history or is it just a series of belated footnotes to European and American artistic development in the last two centuries? Does it always express some essential "Australian sensibility"? Christopher Allen's book argues that Australian art does have a history of its own from the beginning, not because of an inherent "Australianness," but because of the objective conditions of a society transplanted to a remote and strange place. Artists brought with them current European styles, but everything acquired a subtly different meaning in this new setting, as old resources were applied to new problems. The starting point of Australian art history, as of Australian history in general, is the question of inhabiting a new continent. From the colonist trying to form an image of home in a foreign landscape to the postmodernist discovering in Australia the epitome of a homeless condition, it has rarely been absent from the most important art.
  • Art and Emancipation in Jamaica: Isaac Mendes Belisario and His Worlds

    By Tom Barringer

    Our Price: $75.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780300116618
    • Publisher: Yale University Press
    • Published: December 2007
    This multidisciplinary volume chronicles the iconography of sugar, slavery, and the landscape of Jamaica from the beginning of British rule in 1655 to the aftermath of emancipation in the mid-nineteenth century. It provides new perspectives on art, music, religion, and performance in Jamaican society and highlights the role of artistic culture in the resistance mounted by the enslaved. Through its central figure, Jewish Jamaican artist Isaac Mendes Belisario (1795-1849), the book also offers new insight into the Jewish diaspora in the Caribbean.At the book's core is Belisario's remarkable series of lithographs, Sketches of Character (1837- 38), the earliest visual representation of the Afro-Jamaican masquerade form Jonkonnu (or John Canoe).
  • Art and Land: Aboriginal Sculptures of the Lake Eyre Region

    By Philip Jones

    Our Price: $20.00
    • Format: Oversize Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780949268907
    • Publisher: Wakefield Press
    • Published: December 1986
  • Art in Canada

    By Marc Mayer

    Our Price: $18.00
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780888849823
    • Publisher: National Gallery of Canada
    • Published: June 2017
  • Art in Oceania: A New History

    By Peter Brunt

    Our Price: $44.95
    • Format: Oversize Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780300190281
    • Publisher: Yale University Press
    • Published: January 2013
    Masks and figural sculptures are the most familiar examples of the visual culture of Oceania, yet they provide only a glimpse of the fascinating art of this diverse region. Artisans of the Pacific Islands and Australia have produced objects ranging from stained and beaten fabric, rock engravings, and woven containers to tattooed and painted bodies, drawings on sand and paper, and contemporary installation art. This survey looks at the full range of objects created over several millennia, spanning the settlement of Oceania in the prehistoric period to the present day.Lavishly illustrated and encyclopedic in scope, this landmark book places the art of Oceania in its comprehensive and often complex historical context. Essays by leading scholars offer a fresh approach to archaeological findings; the impacts of migration, trade, warfare, and colonization; the influence of materials, ritual, dance, and religion; and the roles of photography, tourism, nationalism, and popular culture. Featuring a rich selection of previously unpublished materials and accompanied by commentary from contemporary practitioners, Art in Oceania: A New History is essential reading, offering an important reinterpretation of existing scholarship, and a dynamic introduction to Oceanic artistic traditions in the 21st century.