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Collection: Dick Jemison African Ceramics Artist: Maninka people, Mali or Western Burkina Faso African Medium: fired clay and slip Object Type: vessel

| CHIMÚ culture North 1100 – 1470 AD Mask [Burial mask] 1100-1470 AD cotton, wool, silver, copper, tin, wood , woven, appliqué

| CHIMÚ culture North 1100 – 1470 AD Mask [Burial mask] 1100-1470 AD cotton, wool, silver, copper, tin, wood , woven, appliqué

Commemorative figure (detail, back) Date: century Geography: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sayi region Culture: Hemba peoples Medium: Wood Dimensions: H.

Major Ethnic Groups of Kenya: Kikuyu Ethnic Group in Kenya

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Alutiiq Sugpiaq ceremonial masks and objects acquired by Alphonse Pinart (French Explorer), in 1875 in the Kodiak Archipelago, Alaska. Normally, the Natives would burn the masks upon completion of the ceremony. That any survived is quite remarkable.

Handmade footstool artfully upholstered with vintage tribal blanket from Mali.

Handmade footstool artfully upholstered with vintage tribal blanket from Mali.

Over the years Ibo people have embraced a great variety of beliefs and art styles from neighbouring tribes. ... creates a rich cultural diversity and Igbo worship. This is clearly depicted in the ceremonial rituals, artistic creations, music, and song and dance. This type of mask with scarifications on the face, and a bird on the head, is used in different festive rituals celebrating the rain and harvesting. The presence of birds is important as they announce the rain...

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Forests of Gabon, Loango National Park. A source of pride for Gabon, it is one of the few places in the world where you can stand on a pristine beach and see elephants, hippos and humpback whales all at once.

Kuba Raffia Textile Overskirt with Appliquéd Patterns Africa - Kuba Raffia Textiles - Textiles:

Kuba Raffia Textile Overskirt with Appliquéd Patterns Africa - Kuba Raffia Textiles - Textiles

Africa | Spirit pot ~ Mbirhlen'nda ~ from Nigeria | 20th century | Terracotta

Spirit Pot (Mbirhlen'nda) - (LSO) Origin: Nigeria Circa: 20 th Century AD Dimensions: high Collection: African Art Medium: Terra Cotta Condition: Extra Fine

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