Lot 205 of 364:
Art of the South Seas in three volumes  

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Three volumes on Oceanic Art.
Various Authors
Various places
Various dates

Illustrated in color. 13½9½" or smaller.

Three beautiful books on the art of the South Pacific.


  • Rialto, Delfino Dinz. Oceania. Numerous loose tipped-in color plates (as issued). 13½9½", stiff fold-around wrappers, color cover label tipped-on, slipcase. No. 918 of 1,000 copies. First Edition. (Fine in good slipcase). N.p.: A. Lucini, 1969.
  • La Decouverte du Paradis: Oceanie. Curieux, Navigateurs et Savants. Color illustrations throughout. 11x9¾", boards, jacket. First Edition. (Fine). Calais: Somogy Editions d'Art, 1997.
  • Newton, Douglas, ed. Arts of the South Seas: The Collections of the Musee Barbier-Mueller. Profusely illustrated in color and black & white. 12¼x9¼", boards, jacket. First Edition. (Fine). Munich: Prestel, [1999].
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