The Arts of the North American Indian: Native Traditions in Evolution

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Edwin L. Wade, Carol Haralson
Hudson Hills Press, 1986 - Art - 324 pages
A unique and comprehensive study of the rich tradition of American Indian art from the sociological, anthropological, a and art-historical viewpoints. Covering 3,000 years and over 60 tribes, the art includes ledger drawings, painting, pottery, blankets, beadwork, carvings, moccasins, jewelry, masks, and basketry.

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This is a collection of essays by authorities in the field, mostly on topics related to the aesthetics and meaning of 3000 years of North American Indian art down to the present. Just as ambitious is ... Read full review

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