Art of the American Indians: The Thaw Collection Exhibition Catalogue
The exhibition and catalogue explore the extraordinarily diverse forms of visual expression in American Indian heritage. Organized by geographic culture areas, the objects were chosen both for their high artistic quality and to provide insight into the complex cultural, aesthetic and spiritual meanings embedded in the art. The objects date from well before first Europlean contact to the present, and celebrate the continuing vitality of American Indian art. This catalogue was edited by Eva Fognell, who also contributed the Introduction. Essays are written by Janet Catherine Berlo, Ruth B. Phillips, Joe Horse-Capture, Stephen A. LeBlanc, Jessica Horton, Aldona Jonaitis and Norman Vorano.
Softcover; 176 pages
269 color and 11 black and white images
Measures 11 1/2" x 9" x 1/2"