African Mud Cloth: The Bogolanfani Art Tradition of the Gneli Traore of Mali, Imperato, S.M.A. Fathers, 2006, C-LN-pb

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African Mud Cloth: The Bogolanfini Art Tradition of Gneli Traore of Mali by Pascal James Imperato.  The Art Museum of the S.M.A. Fathers/Kilima House, Manahasset, New York (U.S.A.), 2006.  First Edition.  Exhibition catalog for the April 2006 event held at the African Art Museum of the S.M.A. Fathers in Tenefly, New Jersey.  103p.  8.50×0.40×11.00.  Black and mustard-colored illustrated paper wrappers with mustard and white titling.  Collectible perfect bound softcover in LIKE NEW condition.  Fresh, clean pages.  Gentle wear to cover corners.  Small bruises to spine end corners.  Tightly bound, with a smooth back.

Interesting and informative monograph which includes the history and modern production of the intricately patterned mud cloth, the significance of the designs, and the chemical processes used to achieve them.

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 1 × 12 in

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