Kilenge art and life; a look at a New Guinea People

By: Dark, Philip John Crosskey

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Kilenge art and life; a look at a New Guinea People by Dark, Philip John Crosskey
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London -- New York: Academy Editions -- St Martin's Press, 1974. 860 g; 132 pages, text illustrated with 245 photographs in black-and-white, + colour frontispiece. Map, small glossary, references, notes to the illustrations. The book has no overt damage. Digital image can be provided upon request. "Even in the remoter areas of New Guinea it is becoming increasingly difficult to find native culture is comparatively unaffected by Western influence. In this extensively illustrated monograph Professor Dark records his first impressions of these charming, little-known people living in the western tip of the island of new Bretton, on whose life in modern world had intruded only a peripheral age and his art is still produced in the traditional manner to function in the society of the people who produce it. In his engaging account, Professor dark shows how aesthetic expression amongst the Kilenge finds many outlets, from the construction of masks to the planting of decorative shrubs, and how their art is fundamentally integrated in their daily lives." -- front fold over blurb. First Edition. Black Papered Boards. Good/Good -- Price Clipped. Illus. by The Author. Quarto -- up to 12 " Tall. Art -- New Guinea.

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