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Perceptions of Aboriginal Art: : whither anthropology?/, by Anita Angel

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Perceptions of Aboriginal Art: : whither anthropology?/
Title
Perceptions of Aboriginal Art:
Title remainder
whither anthropology?/
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by Anita Angel
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Language
eng
Summary
Article addresses different perceptions of Aboriginal art; anthropological view; art historical view; reconciling both views; conflict regarding how people do and should perceive Aboriginal art today; analysis of evolving perceptions of Aboriginal art; appreciation of art by Aboriginal people - presence of an 'aesthetic impulse'; Western inclination to look for hidden meanings encoded in signs, symbols and patterns; change in attitude towards the aesthetic qualities of Aboriginal art; lack of literature about Aboriginal art until post World War II; Margaret Preston's essays; Art exhibitions; promoting Aboriginal art as art and not ethnographica; marketing of art by missions; acrylic medium; individual artists; thematic formats
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Wells, Julie T. M
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non fiction
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  • Preston, Margaret
  • Elkin, A. P.
  • Tuckson, Tony
  • McCarthy, Frederick D.
  • Morphy, Howard
  • Scougall, Stuart
  • Pizzi, Gabrielle
  • Sutton, Peter
Label
Perceptions of Aboriginal Art: : whither anthropology?/, by Anita Angel
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references p. 42-44
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M0009257
Label
Perceptions of Aboriginal Art: : whither anthropology?/, by Anita Angel
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references p. 42-44
Control code
M0009257

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      51 Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT, 2601, AU
      -35.292556 149.118617
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