6 edition of Ancestral art of Gabon found in the catalog.
|Statement||Louis Perrois ; photographs, Pierre-Alain Ferrazzini ; translation, Francine Farr.|
|Contributions||Musée Barbier-Mueller., Dallas Museum of Art., Los Angeles County Museum of Art.|
|LC Classifications||NB1099.G25 P47 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||238 p. :|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||88145235|
The entire country of Gabon is just slightly smaller than the state of Colorado in the United States. Gabon has a total area of ,km 2, which entitles it to position 76 in the global ranking of the total has a population that is just about 2 million people which translates to a population density of about 8 persons per km On the other hand, Colorado has a total area of. Punu mask from Gabon Mukudj mask, wood, pigment, and kaolin, Punu culture, Gabon, 19th–20th century; in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. The white-faced mukudj mask represents an idealized female with stylized hair, and it is worn by a male dancer at the funeral of an honoured elder.
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Ancestral art of Gabon: From the collections of the Barbier-Mueller Museum Hardcover – January 1, by Louis Perrois (Author)Author: J. Fernandez, Louis Perrois. Ancestral Art of Gabon from the Collections of the Barbier-Mueller Museum Author Louis Perrois Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good Jacket condition V Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Dallas Museum of Art / Los Angeles County Museum of Art Place of Publication Dallas / L.
Date published Author: Louis Perrois. ← Back to Books. Ancestral Art Of Gabon book. sale. Ancestral Art Of Ancestral art of Gabon book book. Dimensions: 9½” x 12¼”. ANCESTRAL ART OF GABON. Dallas: Dallas Museum of Art, First edition.
Hardcover. Near Fine / near fine. Item # ISBN: 12 2/8'' x 9 1/2''. With 7 maps, black & white and color illustrations, 39 color plates.
General light wear to dustjacket. Price: $Book Edition: First Edition. Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Perrois, Louis. Ancestral art of Gabon. Geneva: The Museum, (OCoLC) Ancestral art of Gabon: from the collections of the Barbier-Mueller Museum / Author: Louis Perrois ; photographs, Pierre-Alain Ferrazzini ; translation, Francine Farr.
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This colonial federation was dismantled inand Gabon proclaimed full independence in while maintaining close ties with France. Léon M’Ba of the Bloc Démocratique Gabonais, later re-named the Parti Démocratique Gabonais (PDG), was elected president of Gabon’s new single-party political system.
Ancestral Art of Gabon from the Collections of the Barbier-Mueller Museum Louis Perrois Published by Dallas Museum of Art / Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Dallas / L. Ancestral Art of Gabon: From the Collections of the Barbier-Mueller Museum, Schweitzer, Albert.
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[Ancestral Figure, Head, Gabon] Walker Evans American. Many twentieth-century European and American artists collected African masks and sculptures, which they prized for their formal qualities and for their seeming challenge to the traditions of Western art.
The Fang masterpiece known as "The Great Bieri," portrayed by Evans in profile was.[Ancestral Figure, Head, Gabon] Walker Evans American Inthe Museum of Modern Art organized the groundbreaking exhibition “African Negro Art,” which displayed African sculptures as works of art valued for their formal qualities, rather than ethnographic objects.
This type of object was clearly admired early on as we see a related Punu bellows (Gabon) already featured in at the landmark exhibition African Negro Art at The Museum of Modern Art in New York ( no. 48; Collection Antony Moris) and today in the Musée Barbier-Mueller, Geneva (see L.
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