Eskimo Artists Hans Himmelheber

ISBN: 9780912006697

Published: October 1st 1997

Paperback

83 pages


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Eskimo Artists  by  Hans Himmelheber

Eskimo Artists by Hans Himmelheber
October 1st 1997 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 83 pages | ISBN: 9780912006697 | 10.39 Mb

Hans Himmelheber describes the cultural and artistic heritage of the Yupik in southwestern Alaska during the late 1930s. His work is remarkable because he emphasized drawing, carving, and painting as part of a narrative process instead of focusingMoreHans Himmelheber describes the cultural and artistic heritage of the Yupik in southwestern Alaska during the late 1930s.

His work is remarkable because he emphasized drawing, carving, and painting as part of a narrative process instead of focusing on Yupik art as artifacts. Eskimo Artists is rich in examples attributed to named orators, and interpretation is kept to a minimum. Himmelheber includes family histories, daily and ceremonial activities of the men and women he met, and their opinions about artistic expression.



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