Australian Aboriginal Paintings- In Western and Central Arnhem Land – Temporal Sequences and Elements of Style in Cadell River and Deaf Adder Creek Art. – Brandl, E J.

Brandl, E J.


Publisher: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Canberra. 1973 (first edition)
ID: 48573 Categories: ,


small folio, VIII, 214pp. Hardcover in crimson cloth boards with bold titling in white and black on front and spine in very good condition with rubbing and abrasions on all corners and spine edges but no other marks or damage with a still firm and tight spine, with no d/w present however, text with the b/w illustrations and attractive endpaper maps are all in very good condition with no foxing at all and with beautiful endpaper maps. A neat purple stamp of the Uranium Advisory Council is on the ffep and following page with two more stamps on rear pastedown and verso of frep. This is no.9 in the PreHistory and Material Culture Series by the Institute of Aboriginal Studies describing Australian rock art and extensive aboriginal motifs as seen and utilised in the Cadell and Deaf Adder Creek regions of Arnhem Land. Great material for Aboriginal Art students and is uncommonly seen.