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by Charlotte M. Otten
Previously entered under C. M. Otten. Originally published: Garden City, . Published for the American Museum of Natural History by the Natural History Press, 1971.
Previously entered under C. American Museum sourcebooks in anthropology). Bibliography: p. -427.
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Cultural anthropologists' primary concern is the impact of every system at the local level, in the day-to-day activities in a community, although it is possible for some of these systems and relationships to encompass global dimensions
Cultural anthropologists' primary concern is the impact of every system at the local level, in the day-to-day activities in a community, although it is possible for some of these systems and relationships to encompass global dimensions.
anthropologists of art have focused on formal features in objects which, without exclusively being 'artistic', have certain evident 'aesthetic' qualities. More recently, in his book Art and Agency, Alfred Gell proposed a new definition of 'art' as a complex system of intentionality, where artists produce art objects to effect changes in the world, including (but not restricted to) changes in the aesthetic perceptions of art audiences. Gell's ideas have stirred a large controversy in the anthropology of art in the.
This article introduces the art of naturalist-realist portrait painting as a method and medium of visual anthropology. It makes the case for this art form as an integral part of both ethnography and anthropology. Like ethnography, naturalist-realist portrait painting seeks to apprehend the world in a way that goes beyond superficial observation. Both disciplines have in common an empathetic and.
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