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Mask, late 19th–early 20th century, Papua New Guinea

Mask, late 19th–early 20th century, Papua New Guinea

Senufo oracle figure (Wood, iron, bone, porcupine quills, feathers, commercially woven fiber, organic material)

Senufo oracle figure (Wood, iron, bone, porcupine quills, feathers, commercially woven fiber, organic material)

Aboriginal rock art (by stevo850)

Aboriginal rock art (by stevo850)

19th–20th century Geography: Nigeria Culture

19th–20th century Geography: Nigeria Culture

Goat Mask, Africa

Goat Mask, Africa

Africa | Helmet Mask (mwaash Ambooy) from the Kuba people of the Sankuru River region in the DR Congo | Cotton, leather, shells, beads, wood, string, bone, raffia, pigments | ca. 19th - 20th century

Africa | Helmet Mask (mwaash Ambooy) from the Kuba people of the Sankuru River region in the DR Congo | Cotton, leather, shells, beads, wood, string, bone, raffia, pigments | ca. 19th - 20th century

Africa |  Igbo Shrine Panel, Nigeria | © Ann Porteus, Sidewalk Tribal Gallery

Africa | Igbo Shrine Panel, Nigeria | © Ann Porteus, Sidewalk Tribal Gallery

Mask: Yam Knife Date: 19th–20th century Geography: Nigeria, Cross River region Culture: Igbo peoples, Afikpo group Medium: Wood, pigment, kaolin, raffia Dimensions: H. 12 1/4 x W. 4 1/8 x D. 6 in. (31.2 x 10.5 x 15.2 cm)

Mask: Yam Knife Date: 19th–20th century Geography: Nigeria, Cross River region Culture: Igbo peoples, Afikpo group Medium: Wood, pigment, kaolin, raffia Dimensions: H. 12 1/4 x W. 4 1/8 x D. 6 in. (31.2 x 10.5 x 15.2 cm)

Lozi 19ème - 20ème siècle Terre cuite, engobe bichrome H. : 22.8 cm ; 37 cm INV. 1026-395 ; 1026-396 Ces deux jarres sont assez semblables : bichromes, elles présentent toutes deux un motif géométrique incisé, teinté de rouge, voire d’ocre brun, sur un fond jaunâtre, et n’ont subi qu’une seule cuisson.

Lozi 19ème - 20ème siècle Terre cuite, engobe bichrome H. : 22.8 cm ; 37 cm INV. 1026-395 ; 1026-396 Ces deux jarres sont assez semblables : bichromes, elles présentent toutes deux un motif géométrique incisé, teinté de rouge, voire d’ocre brun, sur un fond jaunâtre, et n’ont subi qu’une seule cuisson.

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