ILLUSTRATIONS

(a) Text Figures
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1. Bushman painting representing a mask dance. Orange Spring4
2. Hunting scene. Polychrome painting on a buffalo hide. Oglala Indians22
3. "X-ray drawings" from Melanesia and North America26
4. Two animal figures in plaited basket-ware. Central Brazil28
5. Chinese pictographs of the 2nd millennium B.C.34
6. Bark drawing of a kangaroo hunt. Northern Territory of Australia35
7. "X-ray drawings" and stencilled hands. Northern Territory of Australia44
8. Pencil drawings by South American Indians50
9. Engraved ornament. Sarawak56
10. Painting representing a dog-fish. Haida Indians, Queen Charlotte Islands61
11. Drawing by Doyne North (4 years old)65
12. The "Venus of Willendorf," a palæolithic statuette71
13. Galloping horse. Wall painting in the cave of Altamira73
14. Fighting scene. Wall painting from the Galeria del Roble75
15. The lion of Djattou, a palæolithic rock engraving. Atlas region, N. Africa79
16. Rock engravings showing Libyan-Berber style. Atlas region81
17. Figures from a wall painting, Ahaggar plateau, Central Sahara82
18. Bushman painting. Glengyle, Barkley East District86
19. Bushman chipping. Luckhoff, Orange River Colony89
20. Bushman painting. Liappering, Basutoland91
21. Bushman painting. Nibbetwan Valley, Natal96
22. Bushman painting representing four men. Nibbetwan Valley, Natal99
23. Wooden pillow. Makalanga, Mashonaland104
24. Reindeer group, engraving on bone. Lapland107
25. Nicobarese painting on wood108
26. Incised figure on a wooden shield. Borneo110
27. An Ostiak painting on a shaman's drum. Siberia115
28. "X-ray drawing" of a kangaroo hunt. Northern Territory of Australia118
29. A bull-roarer from Central Australia with incised ornaments symbolizing various attitudes of a kangaroo120
30. A wooden bowl. Admiralty Islands122
31. Wooden head-rest with stylized birds. Brit. New Guinea124
32. Prehistoric stone pillar. San Agustin, Colombia128
33. Eskimo drawing engraved in walrus ivory. Alaska133
34. Monumental picture of a bear. Tsimshian tribe, Brit. Columbia136
35. Symbolic designs on Haida gambling-sticks137

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  • Pelican Books 1
  • Title Page 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Contents 9
  • Illustrations 10
  • II- Characteristics of Primitive Art 21
  • III- Utilitarian Art and "L''Art Pour'' L''Art" 33
  • IV- Primitive Religion 37
  • V- Primitive Art and Psychoanalysis 49
  • VI- Social Implications 53
  • VIII- Children''s Art 65
  • X- Northern Africa 79
  • XI- Bushman Art 85
  • XVII- Primitive Art and the European Artist 141
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