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Brody, J.J.
Indian Painters & White Patrons.

Albuquerque University of New Mexico Press: 1971.

An important study which examines the effects of white patronage on native American artists from the late 19th century until the founding of the American Institute of Indian Arts in 1962. By comparing Indian pictorial compositions and traditions from earlier times to art of the later periods, Brody concludes that white aesthetics and preferences had more affect on the resulting art than had previously been realized.

Hardcover. 8.5"x10.5", 238 pages, 8 color plates and 92 black 7 white plates, dust jacket. Jacket rubbed.

Inventory #: 34948
Price: $ 100.00      



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