Wood Sculpture in Nepal: Jokers and Talismans
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Wood Sculpture in Nepal: Jokers and Talismans

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In the 1980s, enigmatic wood masks, similar to those worn by Siberian and Eskimo shamans, began to appear in Parisian galleries that specialized in exotic art. Only the customary red wax affixed to the objects indicated that their origin was in fact Nepal. Art lovers, fascinated by the masks' expressions and the thickness of patina, enthusiastically began to collect them,...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published March 1st 2009 by 5Continents
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