Klaas Ruitenbeek, who holds the Louise Hawley Stone Chair of Far Eastern Art, brings distinguished scholarship and an artist's sensitivity to this illustrative work. The cover shows a detail from "Ascension to Heaven," a woodblock print reproduction of a rubbing from the Wu Liang shrines.
Investigates how and why 1950s couture fashion was important in its own day and why we are still fascinated by it fifty years later. Combing analysis of the clothes and interviews with those who traded, sold, redesigned, and wore couture. Couture & Commerce recreates the world of 1950s fashion. Profusely illustrated.
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The ROM is home to Canada's premier collection of Lalique glass, the subject of the Museum's exhibition Déco Lalique: Creator to Consumer (December 2005-March 2007). Déco Lalique showcases the ROM's collection and, drawing from vintage newspaper and magazine advertisements, many of them reproduced in the book, chronicles the introduction of Lalique glass into Canada in the 1920s and 1930s.
In word, portrait, and photograph, Edmund Morris recorded the last generation of nomadic Canadian Plains Indians. In print since 1985, the work illuminates a collection featured in the Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples.
Also includes Maps, Sections, Plans, Elevations
A detailed, multidisciplinary report on a large Early Paleo-Indian site in the Georgian Bay region. The site produced 1500 artifacts, including 156 fluted points and over 30,000 pieces of debitage, all Parkhill Complex.
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The largest and finest collection of toy soldiers in a Canadian public institution. Includes British and Commonwealth figures, armies of the world, tanks, cannons, wagons, trucks, motorcycles, and the royal coronation coach of Elizabeth II. 2000+ colour photographs.
Combining interviews with 30 Inuit elders (from the last generation that travelled by dog team and built the nightly igloo), and drawing from historical records of arctic explorers and other keen observers, The Arctic Sky is a memorable journey through the arctic universe.