TERA Gallery - Africa and the World

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Ellis, Alfred Burdon.  The Ewe-speaking Peoples of the Slave
Cost of West Africa, their Religion, Manners, Customs, Laws,
and Languages.  
Chicago: Benin Press, 1965.

Ellis, Alfred Burdon.  
The Tshi-speaking Peoples of the Gold
Coast of West Africa. Their Religion, Manners, Customs,
Laws, Languages.  
Chicago: Benin Press, 1964.

Ellis, Alfred Burdon.
 The Yoruba-speaking Peoples of the
Slave Coast of West Africa, their Religion, Manners,
Customs, Laws, Languages.  
Chicago: Benin Press, 1964.

Errington, Shelly.  
The Death of Authentic Primitive Art and
Other Tales of Progress.
 Berkeley: University of California
Press, 1998.

Eyo, Ekpo, and Frank Willett.  
Treasures of Ancient Nigeria.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1980.

Eyo, Ekpo.
 Nigeria and the Evolution of Money.  Lagos:
Central Bank of Nigeria in association with the Federal
Department of Antiquities, 1979.

Ezra, Kate.  
African Ivories.  New York:  Metropolitan Museum
of Art, 1984.

Ezra, Kate.
 Art of the Dogon: Selections from the Lester
Wunderman Collection.  
New York: Metropolitan Museum of
Art, 1988.

Fagg, William, and John Picton.
 The Potter's Art in Africa.
London: British Museum, 1970.

Fagg, William Buller, and Margaret Plass.  
African Sculpture:
An Anthology.  
London: Studio Vista, 1964.

Fagg, William.  
Yoruba Beadwork: Art of Nigeria.  New York:
Rizzoli, 1980.

Fisher, Angela.  
Africa Adorned.  New York: Abrams, 1984.

Ford, Clyde W.  
The Hero with an African Face: Mythic
Wisdom of Traditional Africa.
 New York: Bantam Books,
1999.

Frank, Barbara E.  Mande Potters & Leatherworkers: Art and
Heritage in West Africa Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian
Institution Press, 1998.

Fry, Jacaueline.
 The Art and Peoples of Black Africa.  New
York: Dutton, 1974.
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