Tribal art
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 91. Chapters: Pre-Columbian art, Pictogram, Visual arts by indigenous peoples of the Americas, Southeastern Ceremonial Complex, Western Mexico shaft tomb tradition, Harry Männil, Petroglyph, Rio Grande Glaze Ware, Cave painting, Painting in the Americas before Colonization, African traditional masks, Roosevelt Red Ware, Jade use in Mesoamerica, Maya ceramics, Rio Grande White Ware, Maya Blue, Maya art, Stone spheres of Costa Rica, Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association, Amatl, Huaco, Andean textiles, Double spout and bridge vessel, Museum of Primitive Art, The Tribal…mehr

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 91. Chapters: Pre-Columbian art, Pictogram, Visual arts by indigenous peoples of the Americas, Southeastern Ceremonial Complex, Western Mexico shaft tomb tradition, Harry Männil, Petroglyph, Rio Grande Glaze Ware, Cave painting, Painting in the Americas before Colonization, African traditional masks, Roosevelt Red Ware, Jade use in Mesoamerica, Maya ceramics, Rio Grande White Ware, Maya Blue, Maya art, Stone spheres of Costa Rica, Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association, Amatl, Huaco, Andean textiles, Double spout and bridge vessel, Museum of Primitive Art, The Tribal Eye, Cibola White Ware, Ceremonial stone landscape, Moche Portrait Ceramic, Sami drum, Raimondi Stela, Bird stone, Hegman Lake Pictograph, Stirrup spout vessel, Corantijn Basin, John Young Museum of Art, Lanzón, Museum of African Culture. Excerpt: Visual arts by indigenous peoples of the Americas encompasses the visual artistic traditions of the indigenous peoples of the Americas from ancient times to the present. These include works from South America, Mesoamerica, North America including Greenland, as well as Siberian Yup'ik peoples who have great cultural overlap with Native Alaskan Yup'iks. Haida totem pole, Thunderbird Park, British Columbia Dresden Codex, Mayan, circa 11th or 12th century In North America, the Lithic stage or Paleo-indian period is defined in most places dated to before 8000 BCE. The period from around 8000-800 BCE is generally referred to as the Archaic period. The production of bannerstones, Projectile point, Lithic reduction styles and pictographic cave paintings were perhaps their greatest artistic achievements. The southwestern United States and certain regions of the Andes have the highest concentration of pictographs (painted images) and Petroglyphs (carved images) from this period. Both pictographs and petroglyphs are known as rock art. The geo-cultural areas of Native North Americans The Yupik of Alaska have a long tradition of carving masks for use in shamanic rituals. Indigenous peoples of the Canadian arctic have produced objects that could be classified as art since the time of the Dorset culture. While the walrus ivory carvings of the Dorset were primarily shamanic, the art of the Thule people who replaced them ca. 1000 CE was more decorative in character. With European contact the historic period of Inuit art began. In this period, which reached its height in the late 19th century, Inuit artisans created souvenirs for the crews of whaling ships and explorers. Common examples include cribbage boards. Modern Inuit art began in the late 1940s, when with the encouragement of the Canadian government they began to produce prints and serpentine sculptures for sale in the south. Greenlandic Inuit, or Kalaallit have a unique textile tradition intregrating skin-sewing, furs, and ap
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  • Verlag: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Seitenzahl: 92
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12. Juni 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 246mm x 189mm x 5mm
  • Gewicht: 177g
  • ISBN-13: 9781156032107
  • ISBN-10: 1156032105
  • Artikelnr.: 30147166