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September 12, 1969 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-12

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New Fields in Art History Explored in Dover Paperbacks

44—Friday, September 12, 1969

Robins, both of the University of
Missouri art department, have
filled a gap in art history litera-
ture with the first comprehensive
study of India's folk art tradition.
The result of years of first-hand
research and exploration in the
villages of India, "The Everyday
Art of India" includes 282 photo-1
graphs of works done in clay,'
metal, wood, painting and fiber-
work.
The growing interest and arche-
ological investigations in the pre-
Colombian field are well served by
a comprehensive study of Ameri-
can art before the conquest. Pal
Kelemen's two-volume "Medieval
American Art" substantiates the
idea that the great art period in
_ pre-Colombian America coincides
in time and quality with those of
medieval Asia and Europe. A full
text on the artistic achievements
of native Americans, from the
Southwestern United States through
the Andean regions around Lake
Titicaca is combined with nearly
1.000 photographs of the most im-
portant art and architectural
works, including .details of indi-
vidual buildings and monuments,
ruined cities, sculpture and stone
carvings, pottery and clay figures,
and masks, jade, murals and man-
: uscripts, and miscellaneous applied
textiles and weaving, metal-work
`arts such as wood-carving, tur-
quoise mosaics, feather-work. road-
building and city planning.

Two important but often neg plored in new Dover releases. "The ,
lected areas of art history are ex- Everyday Art of India" by Robert I
— F. Bussabarger and Betty Dashew
Robins and "Medieval American
Art" by Pal Kelemen (paperbacks)
LE SHONO
are valuable contributions to the
TOVO TIKOSEVU
world of art, and are pioneer sur-
May the New Year bring you a
veys in the folk arts of India and
full measure of Happiness
trIth an abundance of Health
in Latin American art.
ROYNER-LACHOWITCHER
Prof. Bussabarger and Mrs.

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