By: Whitten, Dorothea S.; Norman E Whitten

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Exhibition catalog in excellent condition for the show of the same title presented by the Krannert Art Museum, April - May 1988. Binding is solid and square, covers have sharp corners, exterior shows no blemishes, text/interior is clean and free of marking of any kind. Covers show very light shelf wear, otherwise as new. 64 pages in large format filled with b&w images, several per page, with a color section also featuring large prints. The book offers a dramatic inside view of the cognitive and symbolic world of native potters and woodworders from a region undergoing radical change. Extensively illustrated by more than a hundred images this volume presents art, culture, and symbolism of Amazonian Ecuador from the perspective of Canelos Quichua artisans.


Author: Whitten, Dorothea S.; Norman E Whitten

Categories: Art, Native Peoples, South America,

Publisher: University of Illinois Press: 1988

ISBN Number: 0252060202

ISBN Number 13: 9780252060205

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Type: Art

Seller ID: 144403

Keywords: cognitive , symbolic, World, native , potters , woodworders , Region, radical , art, culture, Symbolism, Amazon, Ecuador , perspective , Canelos, Quichua , artisans, Brazil, Ecuadorian, Amazon, sculpture, Bowl, Figurine, Drinking, Vessel, ,