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Image Bundu: Masques et statues des Collections Privees -  Volume 4
 
GOTTSCHALK Burkhard
 
 - L'art du Continent noir Afrique -
 
Bundu: Masques et statues des Collections Privees -  Volume 4
 
 
 
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Africa Incognita, Dusseldorf, 2011. Softcover. 20x21 cm. - 216 pages. Numerous color and a few black & white photographs. Text in
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Image Senoufo: Tresors inconnus des Collections Privees -  Volume 3
GOTTSCHALK Burkhard
 
 - L'art du Continent noir Afrique -
 
Senoufo: Tresors inconnus des Collections Privees -  Volume 3
 
 
 
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Africa Incognita, Dusseldorf, 2009. Softcover. 20x21 cm. - 228 pages. Numerous color and a few black & white photographs. Text in
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Image Temoins de la maitrise des sculpteurs africains dans les collections  Privees -  Volume 2
 
GOTTSCHALK Burkhard
 
 - L'art du Continent noir Afrique -
 
Temoins de la maitrise des sculpteurs africains dans les collections 
Privees -  Volume 2
 
 
Détails sur le produit:
 
Africa Incognita, Dusseldorf, 2007. Softcover. 20x21 cm. - 240 pages. Numerous color and black & white photographs. Text in
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Kongo Nail Fetishes from the Chiloango River Area
By Ezio Bassani
 
Originally published in African Arts - April 1977, Volume X, Number 3
In the nineteenth century, ethnologists who collected and catalogued objects of art from Africa were not concerned with 
discovering the names of the artists or even their ethnic identities; usually, broad indications of geographic origins, such as 
"the Lower Congo," "the region of the White Nile," or the "River Uelle" were deemed sufficient identification. In addition, 
because these objects were regarded merely as documents of a mode of life inferior to that of Western societies, no effort 
was made to categorize them stylistically. Although during the first ten years of this century, French and German artists 
revealed the artistic independence and importance of African sculpture, scholars persisted in considering the works of 
African carvers as popular,
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