By Butterfield & Butterfield
Издание представляет собой уникальный каталог произведений декоративно-прикладного искусства американских индейцев. Здесь представлено все, от амулетов и идолов, одежды, обуви, посуды, до луков со стрелами, томагавков и … даже детских люлек. Отличные фото дадут самое лучшее представление о культуре аборигенов Нового света. Каждая фотография дополнена описанием предметов, указана их цена.
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