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AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO MAORI ART

AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO MAORI ART

The arts of the Maori are among the most alluring and sophisticated of the Pacific peoples. They developed their skills through centuries of endeavour and craft experimentation, expressing religious and artistic ideas in wood, stone, bone, shell and other materials. In particular, their carving and weaving are universally admired; Maori themselves proudly preserve their artistic traditions and honour the great historic art works.

In this introduction to the subject, Terence Barrow (1923-2001) explains in simple terms the significance of the design motifs used by the Maori in their works of art, and discusses the material used, their construction and everyday uses. Highly illustrated, this book will answer the questions most commonly asked about Maori art and will give the reader a deeper understanding of the symbolic and spiritual significance of a variety of works and art forms.

 
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Emne Afrikansk & kunst fra Oceania
Kunstner
Forfatter Terence Barrow
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer Gennemill. i s/h og farver
Format / Sideantal 25 x 18 cm / 104 sider
Udgivelsesår 2008
Indbinding Hæftet
Forlag Raupo, Penquin New Zealand
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 9780824809799
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AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO MAORI ART

The arts of the Maori are among the most alluring and sophisticated of the Pacific peoples. They developed their skills through centuries of endeavour and craft experimentation, expressing religious and artistic ideas in wood, stone, bone, shell and other materials. In particular, their carving and weaving are universally admired; Maori themselves proudly preserve their artistic traditions and honour the great historic art works.

In this introduction to the subject, Terence Barrow (1923-2001) explains in simple terms the significance of the design motifs used by the Maori in their works of art, and discusses the material used, their construction and everyday uses. Highly illustrated, this book will answer the questions most commonly asked about Maori art and will give the reader a deeper understanding of the symbolic and spiritual significance of a variety of works and art forms.