|Gotz. Polynesian Tattoos: Past and Present. Pacific Promotion Tahiti, 2006. ISBN: 2911228189. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30793) $18.00
Polynesian tattoos are supposed to present information about the person that has the tattoo. A tattoo might reveal information about a person’s history, or about the position that they held in a tribe. If you looked at the tattoos that the people of the past wore on their bodies, you could learn a great deal about the lives that they lived. Topics include Tahiti, Easter Island, New Zealand, the Cook Islands, and more.
Illustrated throughout. 50p.
|Taylor, Elena. Grace Crowley: Being Modern. National Gallery of Australia , 2007. ISBN: 0642541922. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#30630) $32.00
Beautifully illustrated. Exhibition catalog.
Grace Crowley (1890-1979) was a leading figure in the development of modernism in Australia. Born in rural New South Wales in 1890, Crowley’s life and art intersected with some of the major movements in 20th century art. While best known for her cubist paintings of the 1920s and 1930s, this definitive catalog shows the full extent of Crowley’s contribution to Australian art.
|Morgan, William N. Prehistoric Architecture in Micronesia. University of Texas Press;, 1989. ISBN: 0292765061. Unmarked text. Dust jacket under clear plastic cover. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30247)
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This study presents five distinctly different examples of Micronesia’s ancient architecture. The sites include the extraordinary stone cities of Leluh and Nan Madol on the islands of Kosrae and Pohnpei, respectively. Other structures include the meeting houses and residences built on hexagonal stone platforms in the Yap Islands, the earth terraces and ornately decorated meeting houses of Palau, and the megalithic columns and capstones of prehistoric houses in the Mariana Islands.
Maps on end pages. Illustrated throughout with maps, drawings, plans, and photographs.