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This panel from the Abelam area of Papua New Guinea in the Middle Sepik River region was probably used to decorate the ceiling or front of a ceremonial house. c. 1950. http://eklektos.arttrak.com/eklektos/gallery.cgi?cat=OC

This panel from the Abelam area of Papua New Guinea in the Middle Sepik River region was probably used to decorate the ceiling or front of a ceremonial house. c. 1950. http://eklektos.arttrak.com/eklektos/gallery.cgi?cat=OC

Male Figure (Aripa) [Inyai-Ewa people, Korewori River, Middle Sepik region, Papua New Guinea] (1978.412.1508) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Male Figure# (Aripa) [Inyai-Ewa people, Korewori River, Middle Sepik region, Papua New Guinea]

Ceremonial Fence Element.  Date:     late 19th–early 20th century. Geography:     Papua New Guinea, Kararau village, Middle Sepik River. Culture:     Iatmul people.

Ceremonial Fence Element Date: late century Geography: Papua New Guinea, Kararau village, Middle Sepik River Culture: Iatmul people Medium: Wood, paint, shell

Papua New Guinea | Breast ornament made from 9 boar tusks, combined with cord and set with kuskus pelt in the middle | 90€ ~ sold

Papua New Guinea, Breast ornament made from 9 boar tusks, combined with cord and set with kuskus pelt in the middle

Male Figure (Aripa)

Male Figure (Aripa) [Inyai-Ewa people, Korewori River, Middle Sepik region, Papua New Guinea]

Dance Ornament, mid-20th century. Possibly Bena Bena. Papua New Guinea or Indonesia, New Guinea. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Muriel Kallis Newman, 2007 (2007.215.6). | For important occasions such as dances, rituals, and ceremonial  gift exchanges, the peoples of the New Guinea Highlands adorn themselves in diverse and often spectacular regalia. Through their elaborate personal ornamentation, many Highland peoples effectively become living works of art. #dance

Possibly Bena Bena. Papua New Guinea or Indonesia, New Guinea. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Muriel Kallis Newman, 2007

Ceremonial pectoral, Papua New Guinea

African, Oceanic, Indonesian and Asian tribal artifacts, textiles and jewelry - Zena Kruzick Tribal Art.

funerary carving from the late 19th- early 20th century; Papua New Guinea/New Ireland peoples; wood, paint, shell

funerary carving from the late early century; Papua New Guinea New Ireland peoples;

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