FAGALY, WA: Shapes of Power, Belief, and Celebration: African Art from New Orleans Collections

Book cover. Shapes of Power, Belief, and Celebration: African Art from New Orleans CollectionsFagaly, William A. Shapes of Power, Belief, and Celebration: African Art from New Orleans Collections. New Orleans Museum of Art, 1989. ISBN: 0894940287. Unmarked. Some edge wear. Good. Paperback. (#30913) $12.00

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Illustrated throughout, primarily in black-and-white. 120p. Measures 8.5×11 inches.

Covers Western Sudan, Guinea Coast, Equatorial Forest, and Southern Savannah. Bibliography. Index of Peoples, Cultures, and Kingdoms.

MOORE, H: Henry Moores Animals: Prints from the Permanent Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario

Book cover. Henry Moores Animals: Prints from the Permanent Collection of the Art Gallery of OntarioWilkinson, Alan G. Henry Moores Animals: Prints from the Permanent Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1990. ISBN: 0919777813. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30912) $25.00

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Signed, by author with inscription and date.

Beautifully illustrated. Exhibition catalog, with checklist.

Ten halftones and a photo of the artist in his studio. The Art Gallery of Ontario is known internationally for its extraordinary and extensive collection of Henry Moore works.

The Henry Moore Sculpture Centre at the AGO originally opened in 1974, to house Moore’s original gift to the AGO.

BUTTERFIELD, D: Deborah Butterfield: Sculpture

Image. Deborah Butterfield: Sculpture Deborah Butterfield: Sculpture. Hansen Fuller Goldeen Gallery, 1981. Unmarked. Very Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#30909) $20.00

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Seven plates showcase Butterfield’s early work. Also a photo of the artist with a both live horses and a sculptured horse.

Organized by Hansen Fuller Goldeen Gallery, San Francisco, this exhibition traveled to 5 west coast and Intermountain Museums from 1981-1983. 24p.

Poem by William Wiley. Artist statement.

Butterfield (b. 1949) is known for her sculptures of horses made from found objects, like metal, and especially pieces of wood.