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African art of the Dogon; the myths of the cliff dwellers. [Translation by Joachim Neugroschel] Foreword by Lester Wunderman
Bib ID 1957486
Format BookBook
Author
Laude, Jean, 1922-
 
Description New York, Brooklyn Museum in association with the Viking Press [1973] 
60, [71] p. illus. (part col.) 25 cm. 
ISBN 0670109282
Series

A Studio book

Notes

Issued in connection with an exhibition of L. Wunderman's private collection of Dogon art, organized by the Brooklyn Museum in 1973.

"The catalogue": p. [65]-[129]

Bibliography: p. [130]-[131]

Subjects Wunderman, Lester -- Art collections.  |  Art, Dogon.
Other authors/contributors Brooklyn Museum

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