Papua New Guinea Storyboard, #8672


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Papua New Guinea Storyboard – Carved storyboards grew out of painted bark ceiling panels. Ancestor stories and legends were painted on bark panels to line the ceilings of the men’s house (Haus Tambaran) and a family’s home. Storyboards are carved on buttress roots from large trees or other slabs of wood. Kambot, Bobten, and Simondu Villages, Keram River, Papua New Guinea #8672 Storyboard measures 27 inches wide by 18 inches tall.

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Find out about your fabulous piece of New Guinea tribal art. The eGuide provides quick info about New Guinea art and art areas with links to more information. The eGuide contains over 130 photographs and 10 maps, plus adventure photos from Ron Perry's forty years of explorations in New Guinea and additional research by Doug Mehaffey. A print edition would be 128 pages.

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