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SOME IMPLICATIONS OF THE OKIR MOTIF IN LANAO AND SULU ART

@inproceedings{Baradas2013SOMEIO,
  title={SOME IMPLICATIONS OF THE OKIR MOTIF IN LANAO AND SULU ART},
  author={David B. Baradas},
  year={2013}
}
  • David B. Baradas
  • Published 2013
  • OKIR IS A TERM USED TO REFER TO A WHOLE REPERTOIRE of art motifs consisting mainly of plant forms that figure prominently in the art of Lanao and Sulu.2 These two areas have markedly distinctive art forms but those who have had a close look at the motifs have alluded to either their similarity and/or identicality (Szanton, 1963; Dacanay, 1967; & Casino, 1968). Although this has been apparent, no attempt has been made to account for its distribution in these two areas. Some vague generalizations… CONTINUE READING

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