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Africa Anthropomorphic face mask "kifwebe" from the Luba people of DR Congo Wood, paint ca. Portrait Sculpture, Arte Haida, Afrique Art, Art Premier, Masks Art, African Masks, Arte Popular, African Culture, Tribal Art

Africa | Anthropomorphic face mask "kifwebe" from the Luba people of DR Congo | Wood, paint | ca. mid 1900s.

Yoruba mask - good example of a tribal repair Portrait Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Kintsugi, African Masks, African Art, African Sculptures, Art Premier, Masks Art, Mask Design

Following the Kintsugi philosophy of "giving new life to that which is broken".

Angola or DR Congo Chokwe people Pwo mask of wood and metal. Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, African American Art, African Art, Art Premier, Head Mask, Art Sculpture, Masks Art, African Masks

Blog Archive » CHOKWE PWO MASK

Africa | Pwo mask from the Chokwe people of Angola or DR Congo | Wood, metal, cloth, raffia and beads | ca. early to mid 20th century

Autumn Colors Handmade Leather Maple Leaf Mask by Osborne Arts Mabon, Samhain, Fantasy Magic, Leather Mask, Leather Leaf, Tooled Leather, Beltane, Arte Popular, Leaf Art

COSTUMES DE MABON: Mabon é um período positivo para honrar os Ancestrais e o Espírito da Terra.

Chihongo mask from Chokwe people. Congo, Angola or Zambia. Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, African Life, Statues, African Sculptures, Art Premier, Cool Masks, African Artists, Masks Art

Africa Afrika

Central Africa | Chihongo mask from the Chokwe people. Angola or Democratic Republic of Congo

Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture - Gallery at the BGC - Focus Gallery - Objects of Exchange: Social and Material Transformation on the Late Nineteenth-Century Northwest Coast Arte Inuit, Arte Haida, Haida Art, Native American Masks, American Indian Art, Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, African Masks, African Art

Objects of Exchange

The late nineteenth century was a period of rapid colonization and dramatic change for the Indigenous peoples of North America’s Northwest Coast. Objects of Exchange approaches the material culture of the period as visual evidence of shifting intercultural relations. Drawing on the remarkable collection of the American Museum of Natural History—from decorated clothing to containers, ceremonial regalia to trade goods—this exhibit reveals the artistic traces of dynamic Indigenous activity…

New Guinea War Shield, Mendi Valley, Southern Highlands, Early C. Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Art, African Masks, African Art, Primitive, Art Premier, African Tribes, Indigenous Art, Ocean Art

New Guinea War Shield, Mendi Valley, Southern Highlands, Early 20th C. Wood, fiber, pigment 46.5 x 17 x .75 inches 118.1 x 43.2 x 1.9 cm

 A carved wooden and painted mask with three sets of antelope horns and red seed detail African Tribes, African Artists, Antelope Horns, Mens Masquerade Mask, African Sculptures, Art Africain, Africa Art, Masks Art, African Masks

African Trading Port: Shop

Africa | Guro Mask | Ivory Coast | A carved wooden and painted mask with three sets of antelope horns and red seed detail.

 Metropolitan Museum info on their Female (Pwo) mask. Chokwe peoples (Democratic Republic of the Congo). Wood, fiber, pigment, and metal. African Masks, African Art, Woman Mask, Congo, Art Premier, Masks Art, Ap Art, Tribal Art, Ancient Art

Mask: Female (Pwo) | Chokwe peoples | The Met

A Portuguese collector; Patrick Diericks, Brussels, Belgium, until 1982; (Christie's London, 1982, no. 113); Baudouin de Grunne, Belgium, from 1982 until probably 1986 or 1987; [Philippe Guimiot, Brussels, Belgium, by 1987–1997]; Andreas Lindner, Munich, Germany, 1997–2003; [Entwistle Gallery, London, until 2003]