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Museum of Primitive Art

The Museum of Primitive Art, is a now defunct museum devoted to the early arts of the indigenous cultures of Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania.[1] It was founded in 1954 by Nelson Rockefeller, who donated his own collection of Tribal art. The museum opened to the public in 1957 in a townhouse on at 15 West 54th Street in New York City. Robert Goldwater (1907–1973) was the museum’s first director. The museum closed in 1976, and its collections were transferred to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.[1]

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  • Museum of Primitive Art, Masterpieces in the Museum of Primitive Art: Africa, Oceania, North America, Mexico, Central to South America, Peru, New York, Museum of Primitive Art, 1965.
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  • Museum of Primitive Art, Selected Works from the Collection, New York, The Museum of Primitive Art, 1957.
  • Museum of Primitive Art, Traditional Art of the African Nations in the Museum of Primitive Art, New York, Museum of Primitive Art, 1961.
  • Museum of Primitive Art, Sculpture from Africa in the Collection of the Museum of Primitive Art, New York, Museum of Primitive Art, 1963.
  • Newton, Douglas, Malu Openwork Boards of the Tshuosh Tribe, New York, Museum of Primitive Art, 1963.
  • Newton, Douglas, New Guinea Art in the Collection of the Museum of Primitive Art, New York, Museum of Primitive Art, 1967.

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