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Who's Who in African Art. EDITION 2006

from Guy van Rijn , 1kg300g (+/- 500 pages) 

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The Who’s Who in African Art sprang forth from of the idea to make a contribution towards a more cohesive and annotated provenance for those of you who are interested in the field of African sculpture. Circa 15,000 names are listed. These names have been generated from 50 years of auction catalogues, and from approximately two thousand books and exhibition catalogues which included the names of authors/scholars/travelers/ explorers/field collectors/collectors. It is NOT an address list, but is meant to be used as a reference guide for background information. Following the name there will be a brief description that does not aim to be conclusive at any time, e.g. authors cannot be listed with all of their publications, and therefore only one title is mentioned. We are aware of the fact that there are authors listed who are maybe not directly involved with African Art, but who are interesting for their anthropological or historical studies. Some shall be removed in the coming edition and others will be included.

Guy Van Rijn, Editor and Compiler

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VAN RIJN DOCUMENTATION CENTER

Guy van Rijn – Compiler & Editor

  

  

 

 

Who’s Who

In

African Art

Edition 2006

Copyright 1995-2003 Van Rijn Documentation Center. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission from Van Rijn Documentation Center, Avenue de Broqueville 225, 1200 Brussels, Belgium. Tel/fax +32 (0)2-779.00.33.

 

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AA     First: Autumn 1967 mso-ansi-language:NL'>

        African Arts. Magazine, Los Angeles-California. A quarterly devoted to the graphic, plastic, performing, and literary arts of Africa.

AAN     First: 1971

        Arts d'Afrique Noire. Magazine, Arnouville-France. Quarterly devoted to the arts of Africa.

AMRAC (1910-)

        Annales du Musée Royal du Congo Belge. From 1961 the title has been changed in: Annales du Musée Royal de l'Afrique Centrale.

ARSOM (1928-)

Académie Royale des Sciences d'Outre-Mer. Koninklijke Académie voor Overzeese Wetenschappen.

ASR (1958-)

       African Studies Review. The Journal of the African Studies Association.

AAA Galerie (1959-1979, May)

        Paris-France. Rue de l'Abbaye. See: René & Simone Rasmussen.

Aalderink, Kunsthandel (1929-present)

        Gallery, Amsterdam-The Netherlands. Specialized in Asian art. Also Oceanic & African Art. First owner Aalderink deceased, since 1973 new owner: Wim Bouman.

Aaronson, Mr.

        Coll. Buyer Fang figure, Soth.L. 13 July, 1971.

Aas, Norbert, Dr. (1950-)

        Scholar, curator, and art consultant. Bayreuth-Germany. Ph.D. in African (colonial) History/Anthropology. His consultancy is called Art Arc (contemporary African art). Author: Den Lauf der Dinge beeinflussen. Der nigerianische Künstler Obiora Udechukwu. Bayreuth: Bumerang-Verlag, 1999.

Abadie, Maurice (1885-)

        Scholar, French. Author: Afrique Centrale: La Colonie du Niger. Paris: Société d'Éditions Géographiques, Maritimes et Coloniales, 1927.

Abalogu, Uchegbulam N.

        Scholar, Nigerian. Author: "Ekpe Society in Arochukwu and Bende." Nigeria Magazine, Lagos 1978.

Abalu (ca. 1930-)

        Dealer. Foumban-Cameroon. Sold many important Cameroon masks.

Abasi, Augustine H. Kututera

        Author: "The Kingdoms of West Africa: 15th-18th Centuries." In: Sabbe & Gistelinck, Kronkonbali. Leuven, 1991.

Abbate, Francesco

        Italian. Author: African Art and Oceanic Art. London: Octopus, 1972.

Abbeloos, R.V.

        Belgian. Author: "De sekte 'Lilwa'" Band VII, Leopoldville, 1949.

Abbia Gallery (19..-1970s)

        Sydney-Australia. See owner: Lonis Brouckxou.

Abbott, Susan (1945-)

        Scholar, American. Author: Full-Time Farmers and Weekend Wives: Change & Stress among rural Kikuyu Women. Thesis University of North Carolina, 1974.

Abbott, William Louis, Dr. (1860-1936)

        Fieldcollector? Prov. for ethnographical material from Kenya in National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington,D.C. Author: "Ethnological Collections in the U.S. National Museum from Kilima-Njaro, East Africa." In: Report of the U.S. National Museum, Smithsonian Institution, 1892. Washington, D.C.

ABC Gallery

       Knokke-Belgium. Tribal Arts. Owners: Martin & Yvette Janssen. Started dealing in 1950.

Abdel-Rasoul, Kawthar

        Author: "Funeral Rites in Nigeria." Wiener Völkerkundliche Mitteilungen, Bd.IV, 1956.

Abderrahim-Reichlen, Anne Marie

        Author: "La poterie du Mzâb, Algérie, et sa fonction sociale dans la Cummuneauté ibâdite." In: John Picton, 1984.

Abecassis, Fred

        Artist/coll.? A Portuguese painter. Prov. Tshokwe figure, 1890s.

Abel, Antoinie

        Married to Henri Abel. Author: "Utilisation des poids à peser l'or en Côte d'Ivoire." J.S.A.,XL­III,I, Paris, 1973.

Abel, Henri

        Scholar?/fieldcollector. Studied the use of goldweights in Côte d'Ivoire, 1950s. Henri assembled a collection goldweights, now in the Hôtel de la Monnaie in Paris. Author: "Poids à peser l'or en Côte d'Ivoire." Bulletin IFAN, 16, part B, 1954. See also: Josette Rivallain.

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