Tribal arts comprise items made by tribal peoples, usually with utilitarian or ritual purposes, with artistic qualities reflecting the cultures in which they were made. Sites included in this category have significant information about Asian tribal objects, their aesthetics, and/or their functions.
Traditional hand-woven, naturally-dyed silk textiles from the hilltribe artists of Laos and Vietnam.
Lots of background information on Tibetan artifacts.
A commercial site featuring tribal and folk art of Papua New Guinea and Indonesia. Has rather educational text along with the many images.
Paintings from tribal peoples of India.
Society of Sarawak residents dedicated to promotion and preservation of local culture and crafts. Includes exhibitions, publications, lists of courses, and some information on crafts.
Asian antiques and tribal arts; images and information.
Himalayan, Nagaland and northeast Indian tribal art, ethnographica and ethnographic videos.
Information about the history, culture and motifs of Asian rain drums, also known as Dongson drums, Moko drums and frog drums.
Marcus Ledatherdale, Canadian photographer specializing in the tribal peoples of India.
Asian, tribal and primitive art including travelogues.
Indonesian ethnographic art and travel arrangements.
Masks, sculpture and other arts, mostly Himalayan, Indonesian and Indian.
Tribal Art Asia Author David Howard's site, with tribal artifacts for sale and for rent, and an excellent directory of information sources.
Photographer/textile collector's record of her travels, mostly in southeast Asia, with a strong emphasis on tribal textiles and their use.
Tribal art, antiques and ethnographica from Southeast and Central Asia, and the Middle East.
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