2 edition of Masks of the northwest coast found in the catalog.
Masks of the northwest coast
Milwaukee Public Museum.
|Statement||Edited by Robert Ritzenthaler and Lee A. Parsons. Introd. and documentation by Samuel A. Barrett. Text by Marion Johnson Mochon.|
|Series||Publications in primitive art (Milwaukee Public Museum) -- 2|
|Contributions||Ritzenthaler, Robert Eugene, 1911-., Parsons, Lee Allen, 1932-., Barrett, S. A. 1879-1965., Mochon, Marion Johnson.|
|LC Classifications||E99 K9 M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. --|
|Number of Pages||102|
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Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. This book was designed to accompany the Vancouver Art Gallery's exhibition of Pacific Northwest Coast masks.
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It is the first book devoted to a thorough explication of the techniques of mask-making and the role of the artist and his masks in the society. The reader will see the masks not in the cold light of a glass museum Cited by: 3.
The introduction by Gary Wyatt outlines the place of art inside Northwest Coast societies and the place of Northwest Coast art in the outside art world. He also explains the importance, meaning, and ceremonial use of masks. Each mask is accompanied by the artist’s own words describing its /5(13).
The creation, use, and meaning of the masks created by the native Americans of the Northwest Coast are brought to life by an author who knows and loves the art, craft, and lore behind the masks. Masks are an important part of ceremonlal life on the Northwest Coast; they make the supernatural world visible and bring it to life in These breathtakingly beautiful and powerful masks depict creatures (such as Eagle or Killer Whale), natural elements and forces (such as Moon or Weather), humans, and supernatural beings (such as Thunderbird or the /5.
Native American Masks of the Northwest Coast and Alaska For Native peoples of the Pacific Northwest, winter is a time of dance and performance. Among Northwest Coast peoples, including the Kwakwaka’wakw, Makah, and Nuu-chah-nulth represented here, masks are an essential part of important winter ceremonials, which reenact the adventures of hero-ancestors and spirit beings in the.
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Description: Sixteen authentic images of ceremonial masks, stylized animals, and other striking motifs capture the rich and mysterious symbolism of Native American cultures, among them the Tlingit, Kwakiutl, Haida, Tsimshian, Chilkat, and other Northwest Coast tribal groups.
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It is the first book devoted to a thorough explication of the techniques of mask-making and the role of the artist and his masks in the society.Get this from a library! Down from the shimmering sky: masks of the Northwest Coast.
[Peter L Macnair; Robert Joseph; Bruce Grenville; Vancouver Art Gallery.] -- Based on a major exhibition of masks from the Northwest coast, this book features photographs of over masks from North America and Europe.
The masks are manifestations of ancestral spirits as.