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African sculptures

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Original Art Wood Sculpture, measuring: 36.83W x 121.92H x 13.97D cm, by: Joseph Winkie (United States). Styles: Tribal, African, Abstract Expressionism, Chi-wara. Subject: Animal. Keywords: Antelope, African, Male, Chi-wara, Headress. This Wood Sculpture is one of a kind and once sold will no longer be available to purchase. Buy art at Saatchi Art.

Original Art Wood Sculpture, measuring: 36.83W x 121.92H x 13.97D cm, by: Joseph Winkie (United States). Styles: African, Abstract Expressionism, Chi-wara, Tribal. Subject: Animal. Keywords: African, Chi-wara, Male, Antelope, Headress. This Wood Sculpture is one of a kind and once sold will no longer be available to purchase. Buy art at Saatchi Art.

African Tribal Culture African Woman Statue

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https://africa.si.edu Smithsonian Maker: Olowe of Ise ca. 1875-ca. 1938 Gift of Walt Disney World Co., a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company

https://africa.si.edu Smithsonian Maker: Olowe of Ise ca. 1875-ca. 1938 Gift of Walt Disney World Co., a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company

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Nous avons peut-être le Masque Africain ou la sculpture dont vous rêvez Art Tribal Africain traditionnel Arts Premiers - African Tribal Art Galerie de La Louve 29 Place Mattéotti La Louvière Belgique Belgium 064 284 301 info@tribalart.be We may have the African Mask or the sculpture of your dreams

Spectacular Igbo mask from Africa – Masks of the World

This masterpiece was carved in the North West Region of Nigeria in the late 19th or early 20th century out of one piece of wood. It is 23 inches tall. ● Rediscovered Masterpieces of African Art, Dapper Museum, 1987, p. 155 ● African Art in American collections, W.M. Robbins & N.I. Nooter, 1989, no. 677 ● Facing the Mask, Franck Herreman, Museum for African Art, New York, 2002, no. 30 You can read more about this famous mask in any of the above books. This mask is one of the most complex and…

Ashanti, Akuba fertility doll - Probably the most famous of traditional African sculptures, the Akua'ba is a stylized figure carried by girls and women to promote their fertility and to ensure the beauty and health of their offspring. The round, flat disc heads, columnar body with outstretched arms and smooth, black surface convey the Asante (or Ashanti) ideal of beauty.

Ashanti, Akuba fertility doll - Probably the most famous of traditional African sculptures, the Akua'ba is a stylized figure carried by girls and women to promote their fertility and to ensure the beauty and health of their offspring. The round, flat disc heads, columnar body with outstretched arms and smooth, black surface convey the Asante (or Ashanti) ideal of beauty.

Lega Mask The Lega people traditionally live in small village groups, with no central authority. Within a community, a chief inherits his position on a patrilineal basis, and his close relatives have highest rank. Counterbalancing this hereditary structure, the Bwami society also regulates social and political life. This society has seven levels for men and four for women and is open to all. An initiate advances through the ranks through a complex system of instruction, payment and initiat

Throughout all my research the masks which have interested me most have been the ones with dense patterns and carvings as part of the designs. Here are just a few of my favourites. These images are gathered from book and other sources, therefor are not copyright of Ruth Lloyd. for more information on original sources please ask. Many are from the hamiltongallery website.