The Resource Australian Aboriginal bark paintings : ethnographic delusion - sociological phenomenon

Australian Aboriginal bark paintings : ethnographic delusion - sociological phenomenon

Label
Australian Aboriginal bark paintings : ethnographic delusion - sociological phenomenon
Title
Australian Aboriginal bark paintings
Title remainder
ethnographic delusion - sociological phenomenon
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Subject
Summary
Though the painting of bark and implements may be very ancient among Aborigines, the production of bark paintings in recent years has been in response to western demands; details development of bark painting in Arnhem Land, particularly Groote Eylandt, on Mornington Island (Lardi) and from Wikmunkan, illustrated by 19 plates many of which show bark paintings with mythological interpretations
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1915-1991
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Rose, Frederick G. G.
Label
Australian Aboriginal bark paintings : ethnographic delusion - sociological phenomenon
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Bibliography: p. 603-604
Control code
M0063764
Extent
[19 b&w plates]
System control number
0088573
Label
Australian Aboriginal bark paintings : ethnographic delusion - sociological phenomenon
Publication
Note
Bibliography: p. 603-604
Control code
M0063764
Extent
[19 b&w plates]
System control number
0088573

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