Africa | Kpélié mask from the Senufo people of the Ivory Coast | Wood
Mask, Baule, Ivory Coast - Portraits masks Ndoma embody according to Susan Vogel (1997: 141-142) the fundamental Baulé style, considered by the artists themselves as "the top of the Baulé sculpture, its most beautiful form of art." A sculptural mastery, specific to each artist and translated into each of its controls, is added to the particular case of masks portraits part of freedom allowing him to fully express the extent of his art. Bokanda from the region, the eastern borders of the…
Africa | Mask from the Bambara people of Mali | Wood.
Dogon maternity figure (detail), Mali (wood)
Masukun Ma of Makua group ritual
Duma Mask, Gabon.
Africa | Bowl from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood
Africa | Mourning face mask "okuyi" from the Punu/Lumbo people of Gabon | Wood, pigment