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African Masks

Africa | Antelope mask from the Mossi people of Burkina Faso | Wood and pigment

Africa | Antelope mask from the Mossi people of Burkina Faso | Wood and pigment

Face Mask (Kpeliye'e), 19th–mid-20th century Côte d'Ivoire, Mali, or Burkina Faso; Senufo Wood, pigment

Face Mask (Kpeliye'e) | Senufo peoples | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: 19th–mid-20th century. Geography: Burkina Faso or Côte d'Ivoire or Mali. Culture: Senufo peoples. Medium: Wood, pigment. Dimensions: H. 16 in. × W...

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Congo, Suku. Mask with dense ruff out of raffia and a carved antelope on the head.

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Songye Kifwebe Mask

Democratic Republic of Congo - Songye Kifwebe Mask (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Democratic Republic of the Congo Songye peoples 20th century Height: 20 in. Wood, pigment, and hair The male Bwadi bwa kifebwe society of men among the Songye and neighboring Luba peoples helped leaders exercise political and economic power. It employed a dramatic mask called kifwebe whose linear patterns are said to allude to history, power, and other esoteric meanings. The incised and whitened striations on this aggressive male mask enhance its sculptural power. The mask was one of the…

Mask (Mukenga) Kuba Western Kasai region Democratic Republic of the Congo Late 19th-20th century CE Wood glass beads cowrie shells feathers raffia fur fabric string and bells | Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Mask (Mukenga) Kuba Western Kasai region Democratic Republic of the Congo Late 19th-20th century CE Wood glass beads cowrie shells feathers raffia fur fabric string and bells

Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Ife, Benin. Bronze Mask from Nigeria (14th Century AD) •●

Ife, Benin. Bronze Mask from Nigeria (14th Century AD) •●

Africa | Mask (Ngady Amwaash) Kuba Kasai region Democratic Republic of Congo Late 19th - mid-20th century CE Wood pigment glass beads cowrie shells fabric and string | Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Mask (Ngady Amwaash) Kuba Kasai region Democratic Republic of Congo Late 19th - mid-20th century CE Wood pigment glass beads cowrie shells fabric and string

Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Africa | Female twin figure "ere ibeji" in cowrie shell cape from the Yoruba people (Oyo, Ilorin) of Nigeria || Wood, brown patina, black paint, camwood powder, stiff cape of fabric embroidered with cowrie shells, eyes with metal tags || More than anywhere else, "ibeji" from Oyo can be found wearing cowrie coats. Cowrie shells were once legal tender in West Africa, and this gesture is an indication of the high regard paid to the deceased by his family, and the wealth of the family as well

Africa | Female twin figure "ere ibeji" in cowrie shell cape from the Yoruba people (Oyo, Ilorin) of Nigeria || Wood, brown patina, black paint, camwood powder, stiff cape of fabric embroidered with cowrie shells, eyes with metal tags || More than anywhere else, "ibeji" from Oyo can be found wearing cowrie coats. Cowrie shells were once legal tender in West Africa, and this gesture is an indication of the high regard paid to the deceased by his family, and the wealth of the family as well

Nigeria - Angas Dance Society Mask (British Museum) by RasMarley, via Flickr

Nigeria - Angas Dance Society Mask (British Museum)

Nigeria Angas people mid-20th century "In Africa, 'masks' can be made of almost anything - plastic, paper, leaves, basketry or cloth - and the masquerade is a performance genre that appeals to all the senses since it includes music, dance and elaborate costumes that cover the entire body. Often masks are made to be seen in motion or merely glimpsed at night. This particular mask is probably from an Angas dance society and is made of poisonous abrus seeds. A preoccupation with the sculptural…

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Grebo mask - Liberia

Africa | Mask from the Grebo people of Liberia | Wood with pigment

Africa | Mask from the Grebo people of Liberia | Wood with pigment

Pende Pumbu Mask (Pumbu is deemed the most dangerous and is reserved for only the most powerful chiefs. The Pumbu, unlike the majority of other masks, is only danced on special occasions such as when the chief is seriously ill, in times of illness or famine, when other issues are causing disruption in the community or when the chief feels threatened. Through the dancing of the Pumbu the chief asserts his authority).

Pende Pumbu Chiefs Mask 23, DRC

Ivory Coast/Liberia - Dan Deangle Mask (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Ivory Coast/Liberia - Dan Deangle Mask (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Dan peoples, Liberia/Côte d'Ivoire, 20th century Liberia/Ivory Coast Dan peoples 20th century 16 1/2 in. Wood, vegetable fiber, shell "The Dan believe that masks are manifestations of forest spirits that adjudicate, instruct, and entertain when they appear during rituals. This deangle, worn by a man dancing in public performances, represents a female forest spirit. Its oval face, subtle eyes, full lips, and smooth surface reflect the ideal of feminine beauty among the Dan. The headdress with…

Dance of the masks, Mali by Staffan on Flickr

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Mask "Kplekple bla", Côte d'Ivoire, Baule

Mask "Kplekple bla", Côte d'Ivoire, Baule

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African Culture

Studio Donegal - Seeing Is Believing | Craft Editions | Shop Online | Crafts / Handmade / Artisan Ireland - South Africa - UK

The Craft Editions Featured Makers series tells the story of makers we have met on our travels in Ireland, South Africa and the UK. In this story you can read about Studio Donegal, which is based in the small town of Kilcar, on the west coast of Ireland. Dedicated to the craft of hand weaving, Studi

Biography and images of artist Stanislav Plutenko, featured at the East West Fine Art gallery in Naples, Florida.

Stanislav Plutenko - East West Fine Art

Biography and images of artist Stanislav Plutenko, featured at the East West Fine Art gallery in Naples, Florida.

Want to see the spectacular Umhlanga Reed Dance Festival in Swaziland, where more than 100,000 unmarried girls and young women dance in Swazi traditional attire before the King and the Queen Mother? Here's how to make the most of this spectacular Swazi cultural event. #Swaziland #Umhlanga | Eswatini | African Dance | African Culture | African Traditional Dress | African Cultural Festivals

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The Rich Culture of African Ethnic Tribes: African Jewelry - Innovato Design

The Rich Culture of African Ethnic Tribes: African Jewelry

Africa The African continent places the second largest continent in the world. It comprised of more than fifty countries, more than three thousand tribes, with an estimated population of consisting if a total of 12% of the world's ever-increasing population. The continent is very diverse, having 11 languages. Culture and belief Because of its vast state, African culture is also quite diverse for each country and tribe have their own district tradition and culture. Their food, music…

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Studio Donegal - Seeing Is Believing | Craft Editions | Shop Online | Crafts / Handmade / Artisan Ireland - South Africa - UK

The Craft Editions Featured Makers series tells the story of makers we have met on our travels in Ireland, South Africa and the UK. In this story you can read about Studio Donegal, which is based in the small town of Kilcar, on the west coast of Ireland. Dedicated to the craft of hand weaving, Studi

Biography and images of artist Stanislav Plutenko, featured at the East West Fine Art gallery in Naples, Florida.

Stanislav Plutenko - East West Fine Art

Biography and images of artist Stanislav Plutenko, featured at the East West Fine Art gallery in Naples, Florida.

Want to see the spectacular Umhlanga Reed Dance Festival in Swaziland, where more than 100,000 unmarried girls and young women dance in Swazi traditional attire before the King and the Queen Mother? Here's how to make the most of this spectacular Swazi cultural event. #Swaziland #Umhlanga | Eswatini | African Dance | African Culture | African Traditional Dress | African Cultural Festivals

Watch the Spectacular Umhlanga Reed Dance Festival in Swaziland

Who would have thought that Eswatini, the smallest country in the southern hemisphere, would play host to one of Africa’s biggest and most spectacular cultural events?

10 African Proverbs to Inspire You This Week

10 African Proverbs to Inspire You This Week Read on and let these 10 African Proverbs inspire you. 10 African Proverbs t...

The Rich Culture of African Ethnic Tribes: African Jewelry - Innovato Design

The Rich Culture of African Ethnic Tribes: African Jewelry

Africa The African continent places the second largest continent in the world. It comprised of more than fifty countries, more than three thousand tribes, with an estimated population of consisting if a total of 12% of the world's ever-increasing population. The continent is very diverse, having 11 languages. Culture and belief Because of its vast state, African culture is also quite diverse for each country and tribe have their own district tradition and culture. Their food, music…

Africa | Antelope mask from the Mossi people of Burkina Faso | Wood and pigment

Africa | Antelope mask from the Mossi people of Burkina Faso | Wood and pigment

Face Mask (Kpeliye'e), 19th–mid-20th century Côte d'Ivoire, Mali, or Burkina Faso; Senufo Wood, pigment

Face Mask (Kpeliye'e) | Senufo peoples | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: 19th–mid-20th century. Geography: Burkina Faso or Côte d'Ivoire or Mali. Culture: Senufo peoples. Medium: Wood, pigment. Dimensions: H. 16 in. × W...

ARTENEGRO Gallery with African Tribal Art

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Congo, Suku. Mask with dense ruff out of raffia and a carved antelope on the head.

Vintage Jewelry for Sale & Antique Jewelry

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Songye Kifwebe Mask

Democratic Republic of Congo - Songye Kifwebe Mask (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

Democratic Republic of the Congo Songye peoples 20th century Height: 20 in. Wood, pigment, and hair The male Bwadi bwa kifebwe society of men among the Songye and neighboring Luba peoples helped leaders exercise political and economic power. It employed a dramatic mask called kifwebe whose linear patterns are said to allude to history, power, and other esoteric meanings. The incised and whitened striations on this aggressive male mask enhance its sculptural power. The mask was one of the…

Mask (Mukenga) Kuba Western Kasai region Democratic Republic of the Congo Late 19th-20th century CE Wood glass beads cowrie shells feathers raffia fur fabric string and bells | Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Mask (Mukenga) Kuba Western Kasai region Democratic Republic of the Congo Late 19th-20th century CE Wood glass beads cowrie shells feathers raffia fur fabric string and bells

Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Ife, Benin. Bronze Mask from Nigeria (14th Century AD) •●

Ife, Benin. Bronze Mask from Nigeria (14th Century AD) •●

Africa | Mask (Ngady Amwaash) Kuba Kasai region Democratic Republic of Congo Late 19th - mid-20th century CE Wood pigment glass beads cowrie shells fabric and string | Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Mask (Ngady Amwaash) Kuba Kasai region Democratic Republic of Congo Late 19th - mid-20th century CE Wood pigment glass beads cowrie shells fabric and string

Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Africa | Female twin figure "ere ibeji" in cowrie shell cape from the Yoruba people (Oyo, Ilorin) of Nigeria || Wood, brown patina, black paint, camwood powder, stiff cape of fabric embroidered with cowrie shells, eyes with metal tags || More than anywhere else, "ibeji" from Oyo can be found wearing cowrie coats. Cowrie shells were once legal tender in West Africa, and this gesture is an indication of the high regard paid to the deceased by his family, and the wealth of the family as well

Africa | Female twin figure "ere ibeji" in cowrie shell cape from the Yoruba people (Oyo, Ilorin) of Nigeria || Wood, brown patina, black paint, camwood powder, stiff cape of fabric embroidered with cowrie shells, eyes with metal tags || More than anywhere else, "ibeji" from Oyo can be found wearing cowrie coats. Cowrie shells were once legal tender in West Africa, and this gesture is an indication of the high regard paid to the deceased by his family, and the wealth of the family as well