C

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Cameron, Elisabeth Lynn. Isn?t She a Doll?: Play and Ritual
in African Sculpture. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Fowler
Museum of Cultural History, 1996.

Caraway, Caren. African Designs of Nigeria and the
Cameroons. Owins Mills, MD: Stemmer House Publishers,
1984.

Chemeche, George, John John, and John Picton. Ibeji: The
Cult of Yoruba Twins. Milan: 5 Continents, 2003.

Clarke, Duncan. African Art. New York: Crecent Books,
Avenel, NJ, Random House Value, 1995.

Clarke, Duncan. African Hats and Jewelry. Edison, NJ:
Chartwell Books, 1998.

Cole, Herbert. Icons: Ideals and Power in the Art of Africa.
Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Instituion National Museum
of African Art, 1989.

Connah, Graham. African Civilizations: Precolonial Cities and
States in Tropical Africa: An Archaeological Perspective.
New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987.

Conner, Michael and Martha Ehrlich. Cutting to the Essence
Shaping for the Fire. Peoria, IL: Lakeview Museum of Arts &
Sciences, 1994.

Cornet, Joseph. Art from Zaïre: 100 Masterworks from the
National Collection an Exhibition of trTditional Art from the
Institute of the National Museums of Zaïre. New York:
African-American Institute, 1975.

Courtney-Clack, Margaret. African Canvas: The Art of West
African Women. New York: Rizzoli, 1990.

Courtney-Clack, Margaret. Ndebele: The Art of An African
Tribe. New York: Rizzoli, 1986.

Coulson, David, and Alec Campbell. African Rock Art:
Paintings and Engravings On Stone. New York: Abrams,
2001.

Commentaires

Comments are closed