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Art and the Native American

Perception, Reality, and Influence

Edited by Susan Scott, and Edited by Mary Louise Krumrine

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$45.00 | Paperback Edition
ISBN: 978-0-915773-09-1

328 pages
8.5" × 11"
2002
Distributed by the Penn State Press for Penn State Department of Art History

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Art and the Native American

Perception, Reality, and Influence

Edited by Susan Scott, and Edited by Mary Louise Krumrine

 

  • Table of Contents
  • Subjects

Contents

Introduction

Acknowledgments

1. Why are Native Americans (still) Called "Indians"?

The Illuminating Example of Giovanni di Paolo's Quattrocento Mappamundi

2. Between Science and Art: The European Representation of America, 1500-1800

3. "Een West-Indien Landtschap met Vreemt Ghebouw": Jan Mostaert on the Architectural Primitivism Characterizing a "Golden Age" Reborn in the New World

4. Cooper, Cole and The Last of the Mohicans

5. Carpeaux's America: Art and Sculptural Politics

6. Nineteenth Century Haida Argillite Carvings: Documents of Cultural Encounter

7. "Maids of Palastine": Pueblo Pots, Potters, and the Politics of Representation

8. Art and Indian Culture at the Crossroads of a New Century: A Postlude to the Exhibition "Lost and Found Traditions: Native American Art 1965-1985"

9. The Collection of the North and Central American Department of the Museum fur Volkerkunde, Vienna

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