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The art of Africa by Lucy D. Rosenfeld
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The art of Africa

by Lucy D. Rosenfeld

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Features 61 primitive works of art, 48 from Africa, and 13 from Oceania. The examples of African art come largely from the west-central region, the part of Africa that produced the most visual art. The examples of Oceanic art include Maori pieces from New Zealand, aboriginal art from Australia, and examples of art from the smaller Pacific islands such as New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and Easter Island.… (more)

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