Fresno: Fresno Art Museum, 1992. 95 color plates. Museum exhibition catalog of the Mekler Collection of feather work.
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Greenwich: Bruce Museum of Arts and Sciences, 1999. 67 color plates. This museum exhibition catalog covers 5000 years of Peruvian textiles drawn from private collections including feathers and is a solid introduction to the subject with well chosen examples.
Auckland: The Polynesian Society, 1990. Major scholarly article in The Journal of the Polynesian Society Volume 100 No. 2 June 1991 on the largest known Hawaiian feather cloak. This pa'u made for Princess Nahi'ena'ena of Maui for the reception of the return of her brother King Kamehameha II from England in 1825. Unillustrated.
Honolulu: Topgallant, 1985. 62 color plates 79 color illustrations. Beautiful examples of mostly 19th Century feather capes, cloaks and leis from Hawaii in museum collections.
Buenos Aires: Centro Cultural Recoleta, 2005. 88 color plates. Museum exhibition catalog of Amazonian featherwork from the Nicolas Garcia Uriburu and Museo Arte de Precolombino collections. Wonderful color. Text in English and Spanish.
Paris: Somogy / Mona Bismark Foundation, 2001. 150 color plates 5 historical black and white. This uncommon and beautiful museum exhibition catalog shows ornaments from multiple Amazonian tribes including rings, bracelets, masks, earrings, and headdresses from private and museum collections. Both ancient and modern examples are included and dates are...
London: Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd., 1990. 38 color plates. Dealer exhibition catalog from the Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd. of fabulous examples of Pre-Columbian featherwork.
Washington, DC: The Textile Museum, 1984. 29 color plates 197 black and white. Textile Museum exhibition catalog of Pre-Columbian textiles. With feather identification by John P. O'Neill.
New York: The Merrin Gallery, 1988. 25 color plates. All illustrations are of textiles and featherwork.
Frankfurt: Museum für Völkerkunde, 1995. 218 plates mostly in color. Exhibition catalog of the museum's magnificent collection of material goods from the Kayapo people of Brazil. Well illustrated chapters: 1. The Kaiapó 2. Feather Art 3. Body Ornaments 4. Other Objects including weapons, tools, baskets, musical instruments and toys. English/German...
Mexico City: Banamex-Accival, S A De C V, 1993. 170 color plates 2 black and white. "This edition represents the most complete inventory of the art of featherwork ever produced: from the works of pre-Hispanic cultures (some nearly lost to the ravages of time), across the centuries to pieces still...