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Native American Art and Folklore

Simply Fabulous, LTD

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Product Information

Era:
Contemporary; 1990s
Condition:
Good; minor wear on dust jacket
Materials:
paper
Size:
1" L x 10" W x 13" H
Color/Finish:
beige/multi

Why We Love This

Native American Art and Folklore: A Cultural Celebration edited by David Campbell. New York: Crescent Books, 1993. 224 pages. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book has over 175 color and 75 black white illustrations. This illustrated book brings together examples of Native American art and literature from across the continent, drawing upon contemporary as well as ancient sources.
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About Simply Fabulous, LTD

Barbara Jannette of So. California, founder of Simply Fabulous, is a true treasure hunter, constantly searching for eclectic home decor. Whether it's vintage garden, midcentury or Hollywood Regency, she has an eye for anything with a great patina, a bit of rust and just the right amount of chippy paint. Barbara travels around the country looking for the whimsical or unusual and has enjoyed a career staging high-end houses with items found at antique swap meets, estate sales, and antique shows.