The Tribal Arts of Africa, Jean-Baptiste Bacquart, Thames & Hudson, 2002, SC, VG.

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Bacquart, Jean-Baptiste. New York: Thames & Hudson, 2002.
English, Very Good, SC, 4to, 12" x 9", 240 pp.
ISBN: 0500282315

Black pictorial gatefold softcover, featuring African figures and masks to front cover, masks, salt cellar, shield, and ceramic to back cover, white, red and gold lettering to front, back, and spine, black lettering to interior flaps, some shelf wear to back, light wear to edges, small soiling to front, sunning to interior flaps, otherwise, clean, sharp tips, and unmarked throughout. [9] 240 pp., replete with over 850 full-color and black-and-white images and small maps. Includes Introduction, Bibliography, Major museums, Major Dealers, Glossary, Index, and text in five regional sections: I. The Coast of West Africa, II. Inland West Africa, III. Nigeria and Cameroon, IV. Gabon and Zaire, V. East and South Africa. From back panel: "Tribes, not countries, shape the artistic geography of Africa. This survey of the arts of all the peoples south of the Sahara is one of the most comprehensive books on African art ever published."