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  • Author:
    Suzanne Greub
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    0847810119
  • ISBN13:
    978-0847810116
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    Rizzoli/see St Martins (1988)
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Suzanne Greub," Art Documentation: Journal of the Art Libraries Society of North America 8, no. 2 (Summer 1989): 109-109.

Suzanne Greub," Art Documentation: Journal of the Art Libraries Society of North America 8, no.

Catalogue of exhibition opening at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Te. Oct. 1, 1988; Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, De. 1, 1988; Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, Dec. 18, 1988; Toledo Museum of Art, Apr. 2, 1989; Portland Art Museum, June 14, 1989; and Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, Sept.

Expressions of Belief: Masterpieces of African, Oceanic, and Indonesian Art from the Museum Voor Vo. .May 1989 · African Arts.

Greub, S. (e. (1988) Expressions of Belief: Masterpieces of African, Oceanic and Indonesian art from the Museum voor Volkenkunde, Rotterdam (New York). Halstead, P. (1993) ‘Spondylus Shell Ornaments from Late Neolithic Dimini, Greece: Specialised manufacture or unequal accumulation?’, Antiquity, 6. oogle Scholar.

Museum voor Volkenkunde; Greub, Suzanne; Houston . African and Oceanic art in Jerusalem: the Israel Museum collection.

Museum voor Volkenkunde; Greub, Suzanne; Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, (1988). Expressions of belief: masterpieces of African, Oceanic, and Indonesian art from the Museum voor Volkenkunde, Rotterdam. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Rizzoli. p. 36. ISBN 978-0-8478-0959-2. Jerusalem: Israel Museum. Retrieved 31 March 2012.

Oceanic art; further references 6. Oceanic art: in books on tribal art in general and single museum collection survey books X. Auction catalogues 7. Oceanic art: Polynesia 8. Oceanic art: Micronesia 9. Oceanic art: Melanesia (excluding literature on New Guinea art only) 10. Melanesian art: New Guinea 11. Quantitative surveys of museum holdings of Oceanic art 12. Items uncatalogued because I don’t know or remember content well enough. Ganiushkina, . Razumouskaya, R. & Shavrina, I. 1973.

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Bil
Hardcover 12.25" x 9.25", or Softcover, 12" x 9". 248 pages, 102 objects featured in full-page color photos, bibliography, 5 maps. Edited by Suzanne Greub. Published by Rizzoli, New York in 1988.

So, let's get the (minor) drawbacks out of the way first : The maps are simplistic, and I'd like to see a lot more field photographs. The good news is that the featured items are amongst the most striking tribal art items in any tribal art publication available. The items are from the Museum Voor Volkerkunde in Rotterdam, (The Netherlands), and include art from Africa, Oceania,and Indonesia. The items are mostly masks, figures, ornaments and textiles, and have excellent detailed descriptions. At time of writing, (late 2012), a used copy was selling for less than 20 bucks, a great value.
Nalaylewe
Hardcover 12.25" x 9.25", or Softcover, 12" x 9". 248 pages, 102 objects featured in full-page color photos, bibliography, 5 maps. Edited by Suzanne Greub. Published by Rizzoli, New York in 1988.

So, let's get the (minor) drawbacks out of the way first : The maps are simplistic, and I'd like to see a lot more field photographs. The good news is that the featured items are amongst the most striking tribal art items in any tribal art publication available. The items are from the Museum Voor Volkerkunde in Rotterdam, (The Netherlands), and include art from Africa, Oceania,and Indonesia. The items are mostly masks, figures, ornaments and textiles, and have excellent detailed descriptions. At time of writing, (late 2012), a used copy was selling for less than 20 bucks, a great value.
Gadar
I found this book to be very interesting, and I purchased it as a sort of curiosity as it was under $4 with shipping at the time. The oversize hardcover is a pictorial survey of expressions of belief, or religious objects d'art, from Africa, Oceania, and Indonesia. Catalog format: Filled with high color reproductions of the pieces, which hail from the Museum Voor Volkenkunde (Museum of Ethnology of Rotterdam; now the Wereldmuseum), accompanied by data about object (origin; materials; dimensions; doner) and a succinct, readable informative synopsis on the artwork. Great find, definitely an interesting book; great for any lover of African art or any art lover's library!