Woven Worlds: Basketry from the Clark Field Collection
Wyckoff, Lydia L.
Price: 37.80 USD
Tulsa: Philbrook Museum of Art, 2001. Color illustrated wraps; black spine with pale yellow lettering; French flaps. xiii; 246 pp. Profuse color illustrations. "Basketry has been woven into the rich tapestry of Native American cultures for centuries. Native American basket weavers have transformed twigs, grasses, roots, ferns, and bark into works of art that are unsurpassed for their beauty and technological skill. The Clark Field Collection at The Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is recognized as one of the most comprehensive basketry collections in North America. This is the first time Philbrook has published information on the collection in its entirety." -- front flap. VG. Most minor of edge wear.