Image
EAN-139780486253411   EAN-13 barcode 9780486253411
Product NameNorth American Indian Designs For Artists And Craftspeople (Dover Pictorial Archive)
LanguageEnglish
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionPaperback
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ 0486253414
SKUDOVR486253414
Price New6.92 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used0.01 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Width0.54 inches    (convert)
Height11.1 inches    (convert)
Length8.58 inches    (convert)
Weight12.48 ounces    (convert)
AuthorEva Wilson
Page Count128
BindingPaperback
Published04/01/1987
Long DescriptionThis ample, carefully researched volume contains more than 360 royalty-free designs, each meticulously rendered from embellishments on Indian blankets, pottery, blankets, clothing, carvings, paintings, metalwork, or other artifacts in various museums and private collections. The illustrations span 2,000 years — from prehistoric pipe bowls carved in stone that date back to 100 B.C., to 20th-century painted pottery designs that are based on traditional motifs. Florals, hunting scenes, stylized plants and animals, mythological figures, geometrics, double-curve motifs, feather designs, pictographs, border patterns, and many other designs have been selected and reproduced from the painted pottery of the Hopi, Hohokam, and Pueblo Indians; Navajo blankets and silverwork; wampum belts, quill work from Métis skin coats; parfleches (rawhide containers), buffalo hides, and ceremonial pipes of the Sioux and other Plains Indians; antler combs of the Susquehannock and Seneca Iroquois; carved and painted masks; Chilkat blankets, spindle whorls, baskets and basket hats from the Northwest Coast; and many other examples of native North American art. In addition to the wealth of authentic pictorial images, the author has provided an informative introduction outlining the principal developments in Indian arts and crafts with particular reference to the techniques used in pottery, basketry, weaving, and more. Notes on the designs give dates, dimensions, present locations of the artifacts and other data, while a bibliography suggests books for further reading. Artists and craftspeople seeking genuine Indian designs will find this easily affordable, royalty-free volume an abundant source of timeless images. Students, teachers, art and cultural historians, as well as anyone interested in Indian art will welcome this impressive array of fine designs produced by the native people of North America.
Similar Items9780486292625: Ready-To-Use North American Indian Motifs: 391 Different Permission-Free Designs Printed One Side (Dover Clip Art Ready-To-Use)
9780486284767: Pueblo Pottery Designs (Dover Pictorial Archives)
9780486277189: 261 North American Indian Designs (Dover Pictorial Archive)
9780486275246: Mexican Indian Folk Designs: 252 Motifs from Textiles (Dover Pictorial Archive)
9780486241838: American Indian Cut And Use Stencils: 58 Full-Size Stencils Printed On Durable Stencil Paper
9780486231709: Authentic Indian Designs (Dover Pictorial Archive)
9780486227948: Designs From Pre-Columbian Mexico (Dover Pictorial Archive)
9780486220734: Pueblo Designs: The "Rain Bird"
9780486211251: North American Indian Design Coloring Book (Dover Design Coloring Books)
9780486200842: Design Motifs Of Ancient Mexico (Dover Pictorial Archive)
View 7 more similar items
Created02-26-2012 6:38:13pm
Modified04-30-2020 9:08:45pm
MD5fe80218d2740aa4b4dbd9511559fc3c3
SHA2566b76be1aeeaa0afe7eb3a247e8e11610fb225c42dfd2026521917a6603dd77e6
Search Googleby EAN or by Title
Query Time0.0155630

Article of interest

Identification marks used in book production that facilitate the proper arrangement of bound sections by a book binder.

The data field can holding any sequence of digits corresponds to a 9 module width with the following meaning:

Close

Search

Close

Share