Beyond Tradition: Contemporary Indian Art and Its Evolution
Northland Pub., 1988 - Art, American - 206 pages
Winner of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame's Western Heritage Award as outstanding art book of 1988, Beyond Tradition features creations in all media by more than 135 Native artists, and is cherished by collectors, instructors, and admirers of Native American art.
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