2 edition of African ivories found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||NK5989 .E98 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||84008968|
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African Ivories. Kate Ezra. Metropolitan Museum Preview this book 20th century Ivory Abiodun African art African ivory Afro Afro-Portuguese horns Afro-Portuguese Late Afro-Portuguese saltcellar Akan American Museum Bassani Ben-Amos Benin 16th century Benin art Benin cat Benin ivory Bequest of Nelson Bracelet Nigeria carved ivory Chaim.
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This book is in fact the catalogue for an exhibition entitled Arts of Africa held at the Grimaldi Forum,Monaco from July to September The exhibition covered 7, years and was divided into sections as follows a) ancient art b) African ivories c) traditional art and d)art from - This is the one book on Afican art you will treasure/5(6).
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Especially valuable in this regard are the eighteenth-century minutes of the Society of Antiquaries of London, which enable us to trace the history of several African ivories associated with Fellows of the Society – in particular, Richard Rawlinson, Martin Folkes, Sir Hans Sloane, George Vertue and George : William Hart.
Full text of "African Ivories" See other formats A F RI CAN IVORIES AF RI CAN I VO R I E S KATE EZRA THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART NEW YORK This catalogue was published in connection with an exhibition presented at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, from June 26 through Decem In his book Afro-Portuguese Ivories (Batchworth Press, London, n.d.), William Fagg established the identity of an interesting hybrid art-form in a number of ivory objects—spoons, forks, salt-cellars and horns—carved for European use and to European design, but fashioned according to the canons of the African artist.
While certain that the carvers were Cited by: 7. MetPublications is a portal to the Met's comprehensive book and online publishing program with close to titles published from to the present. Over full-text art books by The Metropolitan Museum of Art available to download and read online for free.
The British Museum collection of ivories produced by African craftsmen to Portuguese orders is probably the largest in the world, and covers a wide range of styles and subjects. The author gives a general description of the pieces, provides a not on each illustration, and relates the ivories to the whole corpus of African art.'.
We have listed below a selection of books on various ivory topics that can be obtained fromother book selling sites, or from individual publishers.
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African Ivories. Kongo ivories are some of the finest sculptural works produced by the people of the west-central Africa's Lower Congo region. In the Kongo Kingdom, ivory was a precious commodity that was strictly controlled by chiefs and kings, who commissioned sculptors to produce fine ivory sculptures for their personal and courtly use.
With the rise of the transatlantic trade, ivory. Ivory carving is the carving of ivory, that is to say animal tooth or tusk, generally by using sharp cutting tools, either mechanically or manually.
Humans have ornamentally carved ivory since prehistoric times, though until the 19th-century opening-up of the interior of Africa, it was usually a rare and expensive material used for luxury products.
Very fine detail can be achieved, and. - Explore eaymonroe's board "African Ivory", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ivory, Ethnic jewelry and African pins. Bartolomeo Marchionni, a 15th century Florentine merchant, banker, and slave trader, who traded with Guinea and Benin, may have had African artists from Sierra Leone and Benin trained to carve ivory artifact to be sold in Europe.
Those ivory pieces that have survived the last five centuries are now known as the Afro-Portuguese ivories. Aminatta Forna ()Forna’s memoir, The Devil That Danced on the Water, was a daughter’s search for the truth of a murdered father’s.
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African Ivories in the Atlantic World. Organized by: Centro de História da Universidade de Lisboa, Centro de Estudos Africanos da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Venue: FLUL (Lisboa, Portugal). Keynote speakers: Cécile Fromont (University of Chicago), Frederick John Lamp (Yale Univ.
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More recent work looks at Portuguese Jewish (Sephardic) merchants in 17th century Senegambia. Other illustrations are given in order that the reader may compare them, and more especially those also just referred to above, with a woodcut (on preceding page) of drawings incised upon bone by Esquimaux of our own days.
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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. In William Fagg, then keeper of African collections at the British Museum, identified these ivories fully and for the first time in his book ''Afro-Portuguese Ivories.''.
‘The ivories are introduced by a group of ancient port maps and manuscripts, which represent some of the earliest Western depictions of the African continent and its in habitants.’ the ivories informal The keys of a piano.
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Southern Africa - Southern Africa - European and African interaction from the 15th through the 18th century: The first Europeans to enter Southern Africa were the Portuguese, who from the 15th century edged their way around the African coast in the hope of outflanking Islam, finding a sea route to the riches of India, and discovering additional sources of food.
First, African cultural ivories, the artists who made them, and the people who used them may be scapegoated in a misplaced desire to identify perpetrators and Author: Kathy Curnow.
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The Center for African Studies - CEA - of Universidade Federal of Minas Gerais (Brazil) has published a free digital version of the book The ivory trade in the Atlantic world: circulation and production (15th to 19th century).The book is part of the African Studies Series, published by CEA, was organized by Professors Vanicléia Silva Santos and Eduardo França Paiva, of the.
Peter Marks's chapter uses historical evidence to flesh out—and challenge—art historians' ideas about the productions of Luso-African ivories. Gérard Chouin's chapter includes a translation of a newly discovered anonymous account of a seventeenth-century Breton traveling to the Coast of Guinea and a careful reconstruction of the traveler's Author: Kathryn de Luna.
Goal: This project reassesses Luso-African ivories in the context of African carved ivories and raw material trade throughout the Atlantic world between c and c The project is.
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Kilimanjaro Society.Afro-Portuguese Ivories Among the first African objects to reach Europe were fine ivory carvings imported by Dutch and Portuguese merchants during the Renaissance. They are commonly referred to as Afro-Portuguese ivories because they are thought to have been commissioned by the Portuguese from native African artists.