Stephen P. Quinn's Picture Posters are a virtual freezing in time of some of the Worlds most Beautiful Threatened Tribal Communities
THE TURKANA: A tribal
woman smiles for the
camera. Photographed in
the LakeTurkana region,
Kenya, 1996, 16 x 11 inches $31.00
plus $9.00 S&H
(16)                                             
THE TURKANA: A tribal
woman. Photographed
in the Lake Turkana
region, Kenya ,1996,  
$31.00
plus $900 S&H   16 x 11 inches                               
(18)                                        
THE MURSI: A tribal
woman adorned with a lip
plate and shot gun shells.
Photographed in Southern
Ethiopia,1996, 16 x 11
inches  $31.00
plus $9.00
S&H                            (20)
THE SAMBURA: A tribal woman
adorned in beads
Photographed in Kenya, 1996,
16 x 11 inches $31.00 plus
$9.00 S&H              
(19)                         
THE TURKANA: A  
woman with container
Photographed in the
Lake Turkana region,
Kenya
1996, 16 x 11 inches,
$31.00 plus $9.00 S&H
(17)
THE HULI: A wigman from
the huli tribe  wears a
hat made from his own
hair.Photographed in
Tari, Papua New Guinea,
1991. 16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00
S&H         Fine Art Poster
(37)
THE LEGONG: A Balinese
dancer performs the
Legong dance.
Photographed in Bali
Indonesia, 1991. 16 x 11
inches $31.00 plus
$9.00 S&H         Fine  
Poster (36)
THE MEO: Young girl from
the Long Horn Meo tribe,
Photographed in Guizhou
China,1996     16 x 11
inches $31.00 plus $9.00
S&H                          Arts
Photo (11)
THE POTALA: Former residence of the Dalai Lama
Photographed in Lhasa Tibet
1996,    16 x 11 inches,
$31.00 plus $ 9.00 S&H Arts Photo        (8)
BALI: A Balinese dancer performs a
traditional dance, Photographed
in Bali, Indonesia, 1991. 16 x 11 inches
$31.00 + $9.00 S&H    (44)
Posterbobs takes Great pride in featuring the  work of
Stephan P. Quinn. World Travelling Photographer
All photos, art photos and prints are signed
MARRAKESH: A Tamarind
juice
vendor sells his product
in the city sts
Photographed in
Marrakesh,Morocco,1995 16 x 11
inches $31.00 +$9.00 S&H       (45)
SENOSA: Adobe Mosque,
Photographed in Senosa,
Mali, 1995. 16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00 S&H
(43)                               
THE WODAABE: A Young
girl from the Wodaabe
tribe, Photographed in
Abalak,Niger, 1995. 16 x
11 inches $31.00 + $9.00
S&H  (42)
THE BORRORO: A woman
from the Borroro tribe,
Photographed near Agadez,
Niger,1995. 16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00 S&H
(41)                                
THE FULANI: A Fulani woman adorned
in solid gold earings, Photographed in
Senosa, Mali,  1995.  16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00 S&H               
(50)                                   
DJENNE: A young girl in
the Djenne market sells
her wares,
Photographed in, Mali,
1995.  16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $9.00
S&H                   (48)
THE AKHA: A woman
from the Loimi Akha tribe.
Photographed in
Northern Thailand, 1988
16 x 11 inches  $31.00
plus $9.00 S&H            
(47)
GENOSA: Adobe Mosque
Photographed in
Senosa, Mali, 1995.  16
x 11 inches  $31.00
plus $9.00
S&H                (49)
DJENNE: The largest adobe
structure in the world is the
Djenne Mosque, Photographed
in Djenne, Mali, 1995.   16 x 11
inches  $31.00 plus $9.00 S&H  
(46)
THE HMONG: Woman
from Hmong Tribe riding
a white water buffalo
Photographed in
Northern Vietnam 2002,  
16 x 11 inches
$ 31.00 plus 9.00
S&H      Art Photos  (3)
THE DZAO: Mother &
Son from the Red Hat
Dzao (Yao) tribe  
Photographed
Northern Vietnam
2002   16 x 11 inches
$31.00 plus $ 9.00
S&H   Art Photos (2)
THE HMONG: Woman
from the Flower Hmong
tribe selling vegetables
on market day.
Photographed in
Northern Vietnam, 2002   
16 x 11 inches $31.00
plus $ 9.00 S&H  Art
Photos (4)
TIBETAN NOMAD: Woman
on pilgrimage in
the city of Lhasa,
Photographed in Tibet,
2002
16 x 11 inches $ 31.00
plus $ 9.00 S&H
Art Photos  (6)
More Photo's
GANDEN: Monks in
procession at Ganden
Monastrey Thanka
Festival, Photographed
in Ganden, Tibet, 2002  
16 x 11 inches $31.00
plus $9.00
S&H               Art
Photos  (5)
All Art Photo's are Signed by the Photographer
Photographic Human
Studies of Asian and
Africans'
Disappearing Peoples
The Disappearing World, Art Photo's  by  World Acclaimed
Photographer
Stephen P. Quinn
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Many of the photographs were taken while staying or
living with families in their villages, while others were
taken during chance encounters along trails between
villages.