ethnographical ethnographical


  • (adj) of or relating to ethnography


  1. In May 1973, during the opening of an ethnographical exhibition in the Konstmuseum at Gothenburg in Sweden, someone made off with a major Matisse, the Girl in White.
  2. The Arabs, Semitic people descended from Ishmael, have a historic, ethnological, ethnographical claim, not only to Palestine, but to all Arabia.


  • "My collection is large enough to fill the exhibition. My links with Polish folk art goes back to the beginning of my studies at the Fine Arts Academy in Krakow and my collaboration with Professor Roman Reinfuss who rebuilt the Ethnographical Museum...
    on Sep 23, 2008 By: Andrzej Wajda Source: Polish Market

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