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American Indian Art
The Collecting Experience
Beverly Gordon with Melanie Herzog


Even the earliest European explorers to the Americas collected objects made by native people. The ongoing fascination with the artistic and cultural expressions of American Indian people is documented historically, along with a close look at seven midwestern collections. The wide array of art encompassed is handsomely illustrated, and includes pottery, weavings, basketry, beadwork, and carvings.


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January 1988

72 pp.     8 1/2 x 11
6 color photos, 116 b/w photos

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978-0-932900-18-0 
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