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by Lorenz Lorenz Homberger,Christraud M. Geary,Hans-Joachim Koloss

  • ISBN: 3907077369
  • Category: Photo and Art
  • Author: Lorenz Lorenz Homberger,Christraud M. Geary,Hans-Joachim Koloss
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Paul Holberton Publishing (March 17, 2008)
  • Pages: 268 pages
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Published on the occasion of the exhibition "Cameroon - Art and Kings" held at the Museum Rietberg, Zurich, Feb 3 to May 28, 2008. Published by Museum Rietberg, 2008. Excellent survey of Cameroon art with essays on the Cameroon Grassfields, the Bamum and Tikar, and Court Art and Masks in the Kingdoms of the North West Province of Cameroon. The Catalogue items are divided into selections from the Bamum, Bamileke, and the North West Province.

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Christraud M Geary, Hans-Joachim Koloss, Lorenz Lorenz Homberger

Christraud M Geary, Hans-Joachim Koloss, Lorenz Lorenz Homberger. The ancient kingdoms of the Cameroon Grassfields are famous for their splendid artworks-ornamented thrones, wooden figures, enormous drums, finely carved jewelry made from ivory and brass, and fabulous masks. This book presents 150 masterpieces from the courts of the Grassfield kingdoms. Historical photographs illustrate the magnificent life at the courts encountered by European visitors in the late 19th century.

Homberger, Lorenz, Geary, Christraud . Koloss, Hans-Joachim. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 1. 7 x . 2 x . 7 Inches.

Cameroon: Art And Kings . Two leading scholars in the field of Cameroonian art give an important introduction to the fascinating and complex world of the Grassfield kingdoms: their rituals, secret societies, and, above all, the meaning of art in this context.

Personal Name: Koloss, Hans-Joachim, 1938 . C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

Personal Name: Koloss, Hans-Joachim, 1938-. Corporate Name: Museum Rietberg. Rubrics: Masks Cameroon Exhibitions Wood sculpture, Cameroon Dance costume Thrones. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book.

Catalog of an exhibition held at Museum Rietberg, Zurich, Feb. 3-May 25, 2008. Geary, Christraud M. Koloss, Hans-Joachim, 1938-. Includes bibliographical references (p. 252-255). Wood sculpture, Cameroonian - Exhibitions. 9783907077368 (English e. 3907077369. 3907077350 (German ed. : pb. 9783907077351 (German ed. OCLC #.

Books online: Cameroon: Art of the Kings, 2008, Fishpond. Hans-Joachim Koloss gives a detailed overview of court art in the North West Province.

Das Museum Rietberg ist ein international. Ausgangspunkt der FIKTION KONGO sind Objekte und Fotografien, die der Kunstethnologe Hans Himmelheber von seiner Reise mitbrachte. 5 December at 15:50 ·. Public. English (UK)Українська Español.

Art and Kings - (ENGLISH). Lorenz Homberger & Christraud M. Geary & and Hans-Joachim Koloss. This catalogue accompanies a superb exhibition devoted to the art of the Cameroonian Grassfields (see Tribal Art Winter 2007/2008, pp. 68–75), which stands among the most important art ever produced in the area. The region of Cameroon known in the literature as the Grassfields gave rise to the court art of the Bamum kingdom and its elaborate beadwork

The ancient kingdoms of the Cameroon Grassfields are famous for their splendid artworks--ornamented thrones, wooden figures, enormous drums, finely carved jewelry made from ivory and brass, and fabulous masks. This book presents 150 masterpieces from the courts of the Grassfield kingdoms. Historical photographs illustrate the magnificent life at the courts encountered by European visitors in the late 19th century. Additional field photographs taken in recent years show that the traditions in the Grassfields are still alive today.Two leading scholars in the field of Cameroonian art give an important introduction to the fascinating and complex world of the Grassfield kingdoms: their rituals, secret societies, and, above all, the meaning of art in this context.

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