Democratic Republic of Congo, 1970 /  | photo courtesy of Eliot, Elisofon and The National Museum of African Art

Democratic Republic of Congo, 1970 / | photo courtesy of Eliot, Elisofon and The National Museum of African Art

African Arts Magazine February 1987 Volume XX #2 African Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Photographs of Paul Gebauer, Gabra Containers, Moba Shrine Figures

African Arts Magazine February 1987 Volume XX #2 African Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Photographs of Paul Gebauer, Gabra Containers, Moba Shrine Figures

Cubism was a truly revolutionary style of modern art developed by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braques. It was the first style of abstract art ... The influence of Cezanne and African art  ... http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/art_movements/cubism.htm

Cubism was a truly revolutionary style of modern art developed by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braques. It was the first style of abstract art ... The influence of Cezanne and African art ... http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/art_movements/cubism.htm

africa.si.edu collections start - Smithsonian African Art online galleries

africa.si.edu collections start - Smithsonian African Art online galleries

An Empathic Preparing to Paint Images from the Book Empathetic Plant Alchemy (Jillian) DISGUISE: MASKS AND GLOBAL AFRICAN ART / JUN 18 – SEP 7 2015 SEATTLE ART MUSEUM

An Empathic Preparing to Paint Images from the Book Empathetic Plant Alchemy (Jillian) DISGUISE: MASKS AND GLOBAL AFRICAN ART / JUN 18 – SEP 7 2015 SEATTLE ART MUSEUM

African Art at 50 National Museum of African Art Marks Its 50th Anniversary in 2014 with Year of Exhibitions and Programs

African Art at 50 National Museum of African Art Marks Its 50th Anniversary in 2014 with Year of Exhibitions and Programs

This Art Deco Vase was created by  by René Buthaud in Bordeaux, France. The vase is decorated with Deco style art with shapes that run into each other with no defined border. The vase is made of stoneware and with crackle glaze. This gives the vase texture.

This Art Deco Vase was created by by René Buthaud in Bordeaux, France. The vase is decorated with Deco style art with shapes that run into each other with no defined border. The vase is made of stoneware and with crackle glaze. This gives the vase texture.

African Art Museum - One of the lesser known Smithsonian collections, the galleries are housed underground and connect to the Freer and Sackler collections. The African Art Museum brings fascinating well curated exhibitions featuring artworks from the entire continent of Africa. Escaping from the crowd is just one of the many plusses of this fascinating collection that keeps its exhibitions fresh.

African Art Museum - One of the lesser known Smithsonian collections, the galleries are housed underground and connect to the Freer and Sackler collections. The African Art Museum brings fascinating well curated exhibitions featuring artworks from the entire continent of Africa. Escaping from the crowd is just one of the many plusses of this fascinating collection that keeps its exhibitions fresh.

Collections | National Museum of African Art Gift of Ernie Wolfe, III

Collections | National Museum of African Art Gift of Ernie Wolfe, III

Africa | Dolls ~ Akua Mma or Akwaba ~ from the Ashanti people of Ghana | Wood and glass beads

Africa | Dolls ~ Akua Mma or Akwaba ~ from the Ashanti people of Ghana | Wood and glass beads

Albert Adams at Rupert Museum & Imibala Gallery - The South African Art Times

Albert Adams at Rupert Museum & Imibala Gallery - The South African Art Times

Is this not just one of the most beautiful heads? From Nigeria, dates to the 14th-16th centuries, now in the British Museum.

Is this not just one of the most beautiful heads? From Nigeria, dates to the 14th-16th centuries, now in the British Museum.

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