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Garrard, Timothy F(rancis)

GARRARD, Timothy F(rancis)

GARRARD, Timothy F(rancis). British, b. 1943. Genres: Art/Art history, History. Career: Called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn, 1965; Central Criminal Court, London, England, clerk of arraigns, 1966-67; private practice of law in Accra, Ghana, 1968; Office of the Attorney General, Accra, state attorney, senior state attorney, 1969-76; solicitor and advocate of Supreme Court of Ghana, 1976; General Legal Council, Accra, senior lecturer in law, 1976-77; Supreme Court, Accra, senior legal draftsman, 1977-80; exhibition curator at Museum of Cultural History, 1983; archaeologist and writer. Legal draftsman for Ghana Law Reform Commission, 1969-73. Lecturer at University of Ghana, 1973-74; apprentice to an Asante brass caster in Krofufurom Village, near Kumasi, 1980; member of archaeological excavation teams Begho, Ghana, 1975-76 and 1979; Fort Ruychaver, Ghana, 1976; initiated into the Senufo Poro society, Ivory Coast, 1991. Publications: Akan Weights and the Gold Trade, 1980; (co-ed. with D.H. Ross, and contrib.) Akan Transformations: Problems in Ghanaian Art History, 1983; Gold of Africa, 1989; (co-author) Art of Cote d'Ivoire, 1993; (co-author) Africa: The Art of a Continent, 1995; La Sagesse d'un Peuple: 2000 Proverbes Senoufo, 2001. Address: 21 Richmond Rd, Malvern, Worcs WR14 1NE, England.

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