The Art Of The Maasai by Gillies Turle
300 Newly Discovered Objects and Works of Art (includes 195 photographs, 80 in full color)

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A photographic study of more than one hundred beautiful ceremonial artifacts created by the Maasai people of Kenya over several generations is complemented by an evocative portrait of the Maasai and their traditions, rituals, and customs.

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Published November 3, 1992 by Alfred A. Knopf, New York. 160 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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As much about culture as about art, this handsome book pays homage to Kenya's most notable tribe, the Maasai, who are ``content with one God who had granted them life, children and all cattle.'' Turle

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