By Stuart Holbrook. German and French doll makers were fascinated by “exotic” cultures and made many superb dolls representing those cultures. In this volume of his “Doll as Art” trilogy, Holbrook focuses on these dolls. Examples include superb antique bisque dolls from prestigious French and German doll firms. A special chapter is devoted to American folk and native dolls. in more that 130 full color photographs the author demonstrates how ethnicity was portrayed through distinctive modeling, or more simply, by variations in complexion and costume. 130 pages, hardbound. 9" x 12".