This volume is a classic book in the study of tribal, ethnographic, or primitive art, and covers four areas of tribal arts: Pre-columbian Art of Middle and South America, by Ferdinand Anton, Later Indian Tribal Arts, by Frederick J. Dockstader, Form and Content of African Art, by Margaret Trowell, and The Art of Oceania by Hans Nevermann. Published in 1979 by Harry Abrams, it has 526 pp, with 564 illustrations, 302 in color. With extensive bibliography, index, maps and other black and white illustrations, the book is an invaluable asset to collectors, scholars, students, and dealers in ethnographic arts. In very good condition, with original dj (top of dj at spine is crimped, with small tear, and there is a crease on the front, next to the spine with a very small hole.) The interior is like new, no marks, stains, or wear, and the original price sticker from the Metropolitan Museum of Art is affixed to the dj.