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African pottery

Collection by Warren Moyer


pottery from Africa

Building a Musgum House in Cameroon. Musgum earth home, a traditional home of the Musgum people in Far North, Cameroon, Africa Art Et Architecture, Vernacular Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Student, Cultural Architecture, Classical Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Residential Architecture

musgum earth architecture

the musgum, an ethnic group in far north province in cameroon, created their homes from compressed sun-dried mud.

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Africa: The Art of a Continent

Africa | Global vessel with everted rim from the Igbo people of Nigeria | 10th century | Fired clay

brown - woman - head - vessel - Mangbetu people of DR Congo - Africa African Pottery, Afrique Art, Art Tribal, African Sculptures, Art Premier, Ceramic Figures, Ceramic Pots, Masks Art, African Masks

Mangbetu / Vessel in the shape of a female head / 20th century

Mangbetu / Vessel in the shape of a female head / 20th century

double spouted with handle connecting the spouts artist unknown Creation Place: Africa, Chad, Central Africa region Culture: Africa, Chad, Central Africa region Style: century Ceramic Pots, Ceramic Clay, Pottery Vase, Ceramic Pottery, African Pottery, Art Et Architecture, Afrique Art, Coil Pots, Keramik Vase

Vessel, Unknown ^ Minneapolis Institute of Art

Africa | Vessel from Chad | 20th century | Ceramic

Decorated Mud Houses of Tiébélé, Burkina Faso “ In the south of Burkina Faso, a landlocked country in west Africa, near the border with Ghana lies a small, circular village of about Painted Earth, Hand Painted, Cob Building, Mud Hut, African House, African Shop, African Art, Le Village, Clay Houses

African village where every building is a canvas, whether it is a house, palace or tomb for their dead

Every structure in Tiebele's 'Cour Royale' in Burkina Faso, West Africa, is decorated with elaborate geometric patterns, from the chief's palace to a mausoleum.

Zande Anthropomorphic Clay Vessel by Mbitim (Democratic Republic Of The Congo) [The Robert Rubin Collection of African Art] - Sold At Sotheby's in 2011 Ceramic Figures, Ceramic Art, African Masks, African Art, African Pottery, Art Tribal, African Sculptures, African Home Decor, Art Premier


Africa | Anthropomorphic vessel by Mbitim (Zande people) of DR Congo | Clay | ca. mid 1940s

African Canvas, a series of images that portray a unique tradition of Africa, a celebration of an indigenous rural culture in which the women are the artists and the home her canvas. © Caption and image Margaret Courtney-Clarke Out Of Africa, West Africa, Vernacular Architecture, Art And Architecture, Senegal Dakar, Art Du Monde, African House, Afrique Art, Arte Tribal


Margaret Courtney-Clarke is one of those rare individuals who not only thinks about life, what it means and what treasures it holds in store, but deservedly stands in that edifying tradition of photo-journalism that illuminates the human spirit. Her photography and her acclaimed books, notably her trilogy Ndebele, African Canvas & Imazighen, as well as her contributions to numerous other publications are deeply human and nuanced in their thought as well as being imbued with a rare spirit of…

Anthropomorphic jar from the Mangbetu people of DR Congo African Museum, Totems, African Pottery, Afrique Art, Art Tribal, African Sculptures, Art Premier, African Masks, Arte Popular

(#108) Jarre anthropomorphe en terre cuite , Mangbetu, République Démocratique du Congo

Africa | Anthropomorphic jar from the Mangbetu people of DR Congo | Teracotta

 Most Luba art relates to kings and important chiefs, who… African States, African Countries, African Masks, African Art, African Pottery, Afro Art, African Diaspora, Natural Resources, Tribal Art

Luba Box 1

Dem. Rep. Congo. Most Luba art relates to kings and important chiefs, who defined their power by the display of prestige objects during important ceremonies. The Kingdom of Luba was a pre-colonial Central African state, which is now southern Democratic Republic of Congo. The Luba had a wealth of natural resources such as gold, ivory, copper, frankincense and ebony but they also produced and traded a variety of goods such as pottery and masks.

The Fowler is a museum on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles. Visit the Fowler to explore art and material culture primarily from Africa, Asia and the Pacific, and the Americas, past and present. African Pottery, Different Kinds Of Art, Art Premier, Africa Art, Ceramic Figures, Antique Bottles, African Culture, Tribal Art, Ceramic Pots


Africa | 'Ancestry' vessel from the Jem people Nigeria | Terracotta and pigment | ca. late 19th to early 20th century

Spirit Pot (Mbirhlen'nda) - (LSO) Origin: Nigeria Circa: 20 th Century AD Dimensions: high Collection: African Art Medium: Terra Cotta Condition: Extra Fine African Pottery, Art Tribal, Clay Texture, Art Africain, Ceramic Pots, African Masks, Native Art, Western Art, Handmade Pottery

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Africa | Spirit pot ~ Mbirhlen'nda ~ from Nigeria | 20th century | Terracotta