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THE ART OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLE J T HOOPER and C A BURLAND with 116 photographs by R H BOMBACK PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY INC NEW YORK 1954

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THE ART OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLE

 

J T HOOPER and C A BURLAND

 

with 116 photographs by R H BOMBACK

 

PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY INC

 

NEW YORK

 

1954

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KEY WORDS

America American Indians ancestor worship ancient artist AUSTRAL ISLANDS balsa beauty belief Benin bone bowl Breast Ornament bronze canoe Captain Cook carved designs century ceremonies chewing chiefs civilisation clubs coast colour Congo cults culture contact dancing decoration designs derived developed discovered drums ear ornaments Easter Island emotional expression face feathers female figure fetish Fiji Islands fish frigate bird gods Guinea Hawaiian head hei-tiki Height 9 Hooper human figure hunting ideas images jade kind Kon Tiki Length lime living mankind Maori Marquesan Marquesas Islands masks Melanesians motif Museum nature neck ornament Nigeria Norsemen objects Pacific paddle painted pearl shell Peru Peruvian Plate Polynesian PRIMITIVE ART Rarotonga realised region religion representing ancestors ritual sacred sculpture Sepik Sepik River sinnet Society Islands Solomon Islands sometimes spiral spirits stone strange symbols Tahiti things totem tribal tribes West Africa Western Eskimo Wooden figure worn Zealand

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