african sculptures | African art
African masks project at Harrop Fold
Benin Art | ... african art, african masks, Oba of Benin, Nigerian art, wood carving
Bakota Kota - Gabon Reliquary wooden and metal African sculpture
African Voodoo dolls - like those found in the Lake Ponchartrain cabin of my novel's character, Widow Paris.
Is this not just one of the most beautiful heads? From Nigeria, dates to the 14th-16th centuries, now in the British Museum
Elephant Sculptures made from driftwood by South African artist Andries Botha. A team of 10 African artists put together this giant family of elephants in a public installation piece titled You Can Buy My Heart and My Soul.
A copper head dated from the late 14th to the early 16th century is thought to represent a venerable person in the Ife kingdom.
Each African culture has its own distinctive sculptural forms. From Kenya to Zimbabwe, the cultural roots of African sculpture extend.