Trade, Cultural Contact, Collections, and Exoticism:
The Context of an Ivory Statuette of Columbia

essay-mahoney-columbia.pdf

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Title

Trade, Cultural Contact, Collections, and Exoticism:
The Context of an Ivory Statuette of Columbia

Description

This paper is a discussion of the historical context, iconography and materials of an ivory statuette depicting Columbia. This 17th century German piece depicting of a Native American woman carved out of ivory shows the effects of globalization and the interest in exoticism in Europe.

Creator

Tegan Mahoney

Date

2014-04-26

Rights

For educational purposes only.

Format

PDF

About the Original Item

Date Added
April 26, 2014
Collection
Fleming Museum
Citation
Tegan Mahoney, “Trade, Cultural Contact, Collections, and Exoticism:
The Context of an Ivory Statuette of Columbia,” Omeka@CTL, accessed July 20, 2024, http://libraryexhibits.uvm.edu/omeka/items/show/1823.
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