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Tradition and creativity in tribal art. Edited and with an introduction by Daniel P. Biebuyck.


Berkeley, University of California Press, 1969.
ISBN 9780520015098, 0520015096

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Other Authors Biebuyck, Daniel P., 1925-
Subjects Art primitif.
Art, Primitive.
Description xx, 236 pages, [64] pages of illustrations 27 cm
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Based on a lecture series and symposium entitled Individual creativity and tribal norms in non-Western arts, given at the University of California, Los Angeles, Dec. 1965 to May 1966.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-224).
Summary Learn about the four species of box turtles found in North America and gain interesting information about their habitats, feeding habits, and reproductive behavior.
Contents Introduction / Daniel Biebuyck -- Judgments of primitive art, 1905-1965 / Robert Goldwater -- The African artist / William Fagg -- The concept of style in non-Western art / Adrian Gerbrands -- Individual artistic creativity in pre-Columbian Mexico / Ignacio Bernal -- The concept of norm in the art of some oceanian societies / Jean Guiart -- Creativity and style in African art / William Bascom -- Àbaátàn : a master potter of Ẹgbádò Yorùbá / Robert Thompson -- Comments / Ralph Altman, Roy Sieber, and Edmund Carpenter.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)54286
(OCoLC)ocm00054286
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