2 edition of Bibliography of articles and papers on North American Indian art. found in the catalog.
Bibliography of articles and papers on North American Indian art.
U.S. Indian Arts and Crafts Board.
Written in English
|Statement||Compiled by ... Anne D. Harding and ... Patricia Bolling ...|
|Contributions||Bolling, Patricia, jt. auth., Harding, Anne D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4, 365 p.|
|Number of Pages||365|
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Bernard, Wilbert A., Jr. An annotated bibliography is an alphabetical list of books or articles for which you have added explanatory or critical notes. The annotation is usually written in a paragraph of about words, in which you briefly describe the book or article cited, then add an evaluation and a critical comment of your own.
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It was an age of political revolution and reform, nationalism and nation building, the expansion of empire and colonialism Author: Holly Snyder.The book is a detailed exploration of myth and symbol in Indian art.
(Islamic art and architecture is not included, and southeast Asia is touched upon comparatively lightly.) The text volume includes chapters on Mesopotamian patterns in Indian art, Indian ideals of beauty, The symbolism of the lotus, Indian architecture, and sculpture.