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BLUE TAPA FROM THE SOLOMON ISLANDS
Santa Ysabel Island, Solomon Islands, Melanesia
19th century
Tapa (bark cloth) and pigments
205 X 76 cm
Provenance: collection of British artist Alan Munro Reynolds.
© Galerie Meyer - Oceanic & Eskimo Art, Paris, photo M. Gurfinkel
Galerie Meyer - Oceanic & Eskimo Art
Oceanic and archaic Eskimo art
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BLUE TAPA FROM THE SOLOMON ISLANDS
Santa Ysabel Island, Solomon Islands, Melanesia
19th century
Tapa (bark cloth) and pigments
205 X 76 cm
Provenance: collection of British artist Alan Munro Reynolds.
© Galerie Meyer - Oceanic & Eskimo Art, Paris, photo M. Gurfinkel

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Galerie Meyer - Oceanic Art as it stands today was created in January 1980 by my mother Rita Alix Meyer. I joined her in October of 1980 and became junior partner in 1981. Since then, I have devoted myself to the fine and early arts of the cultures of the Pacific, authoring numerous exhibition catalogues and an important reference book on Oceanic Art. After my mother’s retirement in 1996, I have run the gallery on my own. In 2010 I inaugurated a second department in my gallery dealing in the archaic art forms of early Eskimo cultures.
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