Native North American Art is part of the Oxford History of Art Series and this volume sets out to examine and describe the current state of the arts in contemporary Canada and the United States. Berlo and Phillips are two art historians who bring impeccable credentials to the task. The text introduces to readers an appreciation for the richness and diversity of Indigenous arts from its earliest forms to the installations of modern artists. The authors begin the survey by defining how Native American art has been defined, and proceed to examine the art of the past according to the cultural areas of North America. Interspersed throughout the regional survey are examples of how modern artists and their works maintain cultural and conceptual continuities. The final chapter looks at the resurgence of Native North American arts and scholarship at the end of the twentieth century. The book is lavishly illustrated with art by well-known Native artists from Canada and the U.S. This guide is recommended for anyone interested in exploring the diversity and richness of Native American Art. Suggested resource for Grade 9 Expressing Aboriginal Cultures course, Ontario Ministry of Education Course Profile.