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Primitive art of New Guinea, Sepik River Basin

Sava Maksic

Primitive art of New Guinea, Sepik River Basin

by Sava Maksic

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Published by Davis Publications in Worcester, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sepik Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Art -- Sepik Valley.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Sava Maksic and Paul Meskil.
      ContributionsMeskil, Paul, 1923- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsN7411.S4 M34
      The Physical Object
      Pagination95 p.
      Number of Pages95
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5438342M
      ISBN 100871920549
      LC Control Number73087241

      Sepik River Region. Papua New Guinea’s (PNG’s) Sepik river basin has been popular with Europeans since the mid th century when hunters discovered a large population of Birds of Paradise, whose feathers were all the rage for aristocratic European women’s hats. German explorers began exploring the river by steamboat in , which brought traders, plantation labor recruiters and. The Sepik River, Papua New Guinea Jeremy W ade [host of the show] travels to Papua New Guinea to investigate a spate of bizarre deaths on one of the world’ s last great unexplored rivers,Author: Eric Silverman.

        Now his enterprises include a travel agency, a primitive art gallery and a variety of ventures on the Sepik River. The newest of these is the_lodge at . Sepik River, Papua New Guinea: Address, Phone Number, Sepik River Reviews: /5. South Pacific ; Get the full experience and book a tour. Recommended. Our most popular tours and activities. As part of a longer trip in Papua New Guinea we had 5 days travelling the Sepik with Authentic Sepik Tours, our guide and owner of the company was /5(54).

        Tamasua, 19th century. On loan from the Papua New Guinea National Museum and Art Gallery, in Myth + Magic: Art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea at Author: Sasha Grishin. Arts of the South Seas New York: Plantin Press. Maksic, Sava (). Primitive Art of New Guinea: Sepik River Basin Worcestor, Massachusetts: Davis. Other References. Corbin, George A. Native Arts of North America, Africa, and the South Pacific. New York: Harper & Row, Gewertz, Deborah B. Sepik River Societies Yale University,


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[Sava Maksic; Paul Meskil]. Within the realm of primitive art, Papua New Guinea is unparalleled. Perhaps the most vibrant examples of this are the carvings produced in the Sepik River Basin. T he Sepik River flows 1, km from the central spine of New Guinea to Sepik River Basin book Bismarck sea, one of the world's largest rivers in terms of annual flow.

While serving in the merchant navy in New Guinea with Burns Philip I started collecting native artifacts and wooden sculpture. Often while some members of the crew were out collecting tropical fish for Taronga Park Zoo in Sydney I would go walkabout. The ports of Madang and Wewak were best due to their relative proximity to the Sepik River : Peter Kreet.

The most common carving brought back Sepik River Basin book Papua New Guinea would be a Sepik Artifact or Sepik Masks. Sepik artifact vary enormously in collectible value. A Sepik artefact made for sale to tourists has minimal value but one made for indigenous use is highly collectible and valuable.

The Sepik River has many different language groups and art styles. Sepik River, formerly Kaiserin Augusta, one of the largest rivers on the island of New Guinea, southwestern Pacific rises in the Victor Emanuel Range of the central highlands of Papua New Guinea, near Sepik flows northwestward (crossing just over the border into the Indonesian portion of the island) and then, turning east, follows the great Central Depression, receiving.

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Papua New Guinea's village court system was introduced inpartly in an effort to overcome the legal, geographical, and social distance between village societies and the country's formal courts. There are now more than village courts all over PNG, hearing thousands of cases each week.

The Sepik River is one of two vast tropical river systems in Papua New Guinea that meander through the densely forested lowlands of the world's second largest - and the world's tallest - island.

Along the banks of the river and its many tributaries live sparsely scattered, remote villages scarcely contacted by the outside world, where people live a lifestyle that has changed little for.

The most common artifact brought back from Papua New Guinea would be a Sepik Figure or Sepik mask. Sepik figures vary enormously in collectible value. A Sepik Figure made for sale to tourists has minimal value but one made for indigenous use is highly collectible and valuable.

The Sepik River has many different language groups and art styles. The kilometre Sepik is the longest river in Papua New Guinea and the country’s third largest by volume. Most of the river flows through the PNG provinces of Sandaun and East Sepik.

A small part flows through the Indonesian province of Papua. Although New Guinea was discovered by Europeans in the early 16th century, the Sepik River basin was not visited until the late 19th century.

Because of the region's relative isolation, its vastness and its late discovery, its art, unlike the primitive art of Fiji, Tahiti, etc, has survived much as it did ages : Karen Carreras-Hubbard. In the 's Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands were among the world's last wild places.

Caroline Mytinger and Margaret Warner set out from San Francisco in armed with little more that art supplies and a ukelele. Guide to Sepik River Carvings. buy New Guinea art from and The people in the villages along the Sepik River and its tributaries are the most active carvers in New Guinea.

Each village has its distinctive styles. Figure 1: Soc painting Tambanum clan designs, Angoram Service Camp. Middle Sepik River villages. The Sepik River at km in length and covering an area of million hectares is one of the world's greatest river systems. It is the largest unpolluted freshwater system in New Guinea and among the largest and most intact freshwater basins in the Asia Pacific.

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New Guinea Tribal Art eGuide by Carolyn Leigh with Ron Perry and Doug Mehaffey. The Sepik River occupies a special place in Papua New Guinea.

It is probably the most known region in the country. The people along the river depend heavily on it for transportation, water and food. Papua New Guinea’s Sepik region is not for the faint of heart, it is a raw, lawless, tribal land that explorers dream of.

As the jungle gets thicker, and the sun begins to set you can almost hear the beat of the tribal drums along the Sepik River. Welcome to Papua New Guinea and the Sepik River. Wewak, Getting to the Sepik River.PRIMITIVE ART SEPIK river Papua New Guinea kundu dance drum climbing crocodile - $ Greeting Thank you for viewing my items, A Picture is worth a Thousand words!

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