"This is one of the few truly excellent books on the arts of people who did not keep written records." --Choice "One of the remarkable things about this book--the first full-length study of the sculptural tradition of Hawaii--is that the authors managed to put together such an excellent study and analysis on the basis of the paucity of surviving examples, only about 150 now in museums around the world." --The Antique Journal Hawaiian Sculpture documents most known extant indigenous carvings of the human figure and identifies their location in public and private collections. The over 164 illustrations illuminate the wooden sculpture of artists whose names are unknown but who were brilliant by any standard.Cox, J. Halley is the author of 'Hawaiian Sculpture' with ISBN 9780824810696 and ISBN 0824810694.
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