Provides an introduction to the peoples of the Northwest Coast and their art and explores the relationship of traditional art to that being produced by contemporary artists.
Describing how contemporary Northwest Coast Indian artists are adapting the silk screen print as a commercially and artistically viable medium for their creative efforts. This is the first volume to show the range of individual and regional styles and subject matter of these contemporary artists.
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A hardcover edition with dark grey cloth boards, silver lettering and unclipped illustrated dust jacket. Contains both colour and black and white illustrations. The dust jacket has some staining, foxing, toning and tears. There is some toning and foxing throughout but the text and illustrations are clear and legible.
Publisher: Douglas & McIntyre, Canada.
Publication Date: 1981.
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