AFRICA ART , anthropologie, ethnologie, tribal art,

Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & ValuersBonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers: auctioneers of art, pictures, collectibes and motor cars.

African art, Oceanic & Pacific art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
BulletDan Cook & Rudi South Dan Cook & Rudi SouthThe Finest in authentic Ethnographic and Tribal Art

African art, Oceanic & Pacific art, Asian & South East Asian art, Masks, Textile, Carving – sculptures – statues, Jewellery

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BulletGalerie Walu Galerie WaluGalerie Walu, Zurich, Switzerland

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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ArtheosBullet ArtheosARTHEOS introduces traditional art pieces, essentially ancient works of art of Africa, whose choice and selection are based on the authenticity and aesthetic. The plastic appealing of these works, often remarkable, is systematically accompanied by a text describing the object and its origin. The authenticity of the objects, whose antiquity is undeniable, is an essential requirement to appreciate and apprehend this universal art.

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, dogon

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Adam Tribal Artifacts Adam Tribal Artifacts This website seeks to establish relationships with both collectors and dealers alike by offering a broad range of tribal artifacts. Britain’s colonial heritage enables Adam Prout.com to source fascinating items from all over the world that have been brought back to the UK. Adam Prout.com, the only exclusively UK based tribal art website, now aims to offer these items to our clients and other interested parties all over the world. As well as selling tribal art, I am also interested in purchasing either single items or complete collections and will always consider a trade! In terms of payment, I accept Paypal, bank transfers, personal cheques or money orders but have to add a small charge for the exchange of currency. If you would like to get in touch or if you have interest in a particular item that you haven’t found on the website, please email me at adam@adamprout.com and I will let you know if I can source it for you.

African art, Oceanic & Pacific art, Aboriginal art, Carving – sculptures – statues, Weapons, Shields

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BulletAfrican Tribal Art and Weapons African Tribal Art and WeaponsAfrican Tribal Art and Weapons. A fine collection of Ethnographic Art.

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, Weapons, Books, Tribal art african

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BulletArts d'afrique noire Arts d’afrique noireArts d’Afrique noire

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletGalerie Artitude Galerie ArtitudeLes Galeries Artitude affirment leur vocation internationale au service de l’Art et des Artistes Contemporains. Elles sont situées dans le 15e arrondissement, à proximité de la tour Eiffel, en plein cœur du Village Suisse. Ce lieu prestigieux, dont les origines remontent à l’Exposition Universelle de 1900, rassemble plus d’une centaine de galeries d’Art, d’Antiquités et de Décoration présentant de l’art primitif à l’art Contemporain.

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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Galerie  Sa RâBullet Galerie Sa RâDepuis de nombreuses années, nous sélectionnons rigoureusement et avec le plus grand soin nos objets d’arts primitifs et archéologiques. Nombre de ces oeuvres d’art -proposées à la vente tant pour leurs critères de rareté, que de qualité esthétique- ont enrichi des collections présentes dans plusieurs pays à travers le monde (États-Unis, France, Italie, Suisse, Belgique).

African art, Central & South American art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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Bulletafricanart.be africanart.bePrivate belgian collection since 1980
mainly West-Africa : Burkina Faso, Mali , Nigeria
Few ex-Belgian Congo masks and sculpture

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, Jewellery, Pottery, Terra cotta

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BulletRitual messengers Ritual messengersAfrican Treasures from Tervuren Museum. This exhibition unveiled treasures from the Royal Museum for Central Africa in Tervuren, Belgium. These masks, statues, figurines and carvings from the Tervuren Museum’s vast collections — many of which had never been shown before — undoubtedly represent some of the highlights of Central African art

African art, Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletMusée d'ethnographie de Genève Musée d’ethnographie de GenèveLe Musée d’ethnographie de la Ville de Genève, inauguré le 25 septembre 1901, fut créé à l’initiative du professeur Eugène Pittard (1867-1962), également fondateur de la chaire d’anthropologie de l’Université de Genève. Il fut installé dans la villa de Mon Repos léguée à la Ville de Genève par Philippe Plantamour. Pittard put réunir dans la nouvelle institution des collections publiques et privées: principalement les collections ethnographiques du Musée archéologique et du Musée Ariana, la collection du Musée de la Société des Missions évangéliques et des armes du Musée historique genevois, collections qu’il compléta au fil des années par des dons et de nouvelles acquisitions.

African art, Asian & South East Asian art, Oceanic & Pacific art, Native american art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, Furniture, Jewellery

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BulletLe Musée des Arts Africains, Océaniens et Amérindiens Le Musée des Arts Africains, Océaniens et AmérindiensMarseille est la seule ville de France, avec Paris, où l’on peut visiter un musée consacré aux arts de l’Afrique, de l’Océanie et des Amériques. C’est aussi l’un des rares, en Europe, pour lesquels l’art n’est pas une simple dimension sociologique ou ethnographique, une sorte de phénomène marginal parce que difficilement réductible avec des paramètres scientifiques. Le M.A.A.O.A est un musée d’art, c’est à dire qu’il montre des formes, des agencements de volumes et de lignes faits de manière consciente par des hommes que nous nommons des artistes. Cette approche esthétique, contemplative, qui touche parfois, chez certains, à la dévotion, n’est cependant pas irrationnelle.

African art, Oceanic & Pacific art, Central & South American art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletMusée virtuel des arts et tradition du Gabon Musée virtuel des arts et tradition du GabonMusée virtuel des Arts et Traditions du Gabon.
Une véritable initiation à l’art, aux traditions,
et à la vie des populations du Gabon

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletMuseo Art premier Museo Art premierC’est de ce constat qu’est naît le projet MuseoArtPremier. Créer un site Internet sous la forme d’une base de données donnant accès à :- La liste des musées français conservant des artefacts extra-européens
– Des fiches-musées synthétisant les informations relatives aux collections extra-européennes conservées
– Une galerie d’images

> Une initiative résolument

African art, Native american art, Asian & South East Asian art, Oceanic & Pacific art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, Painting, Textile, Jewellery, Weapons

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Bullet server1.fandm.eduThis webpage has been an ongoing semester project
for a Franklin and Marshall College Anthropology/Africana Studies class.
The goal of this project is to create an insightful and informative website
that will provide a glimpse into many of the wonderful asthetics, beliefs,
and histories of West African cultures.

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletArt sacré d'Afrique Art sacré d’AfriqueVisit our african art gallery : masks, statuaries, instruments and many more…
Learn about the Fang history their rites, culture and the secret societies. For 10 years the TOSCAF association works for the developpement of Africa… Schools and hospitals equipment, educational programmes, AIDS prevention and information…

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, African Masks

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BulletHOLGER BRAUN HOLGER BRAUNwelcome to HOLGER BRAUN fine art.material culture.asia.pacific

Asian & South East Asian art, Asian & South East Asian art, Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, nepal

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Bulletartifact artifactVente d’art tribal océanien en ligne et sur site
Sale of Oceanian tribal art online and at our exhibition site

Oceanic & Pacific art, Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, Weapons

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BulletGalerie Alain Brianchon Galerie Alain BrianchonGalerie Alain Brianchon – Tribal art from Melanesia, Polynesia- papua new guinea

Oceanic & Pacific art, Papua & New Guinea art, Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, tapa (bark clothes)

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BulletJonga I Africa Jonga I AfricaJonga i Africa, D. Bourquin est une société suisse enregistrée au Registre du commerce de Neuchâtel en février 2006. Elle s’est installée dans le quartier historique de Serrières, à Neuchâtel, où elle y a son siège et son showroom.
Jonga i Africa est importateur et grossiste en art, artisanat et mobilier provenant de différents pays et différentes tribus d’Afrique (Afrique du Sud, Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Cameroun et tant d’autres encore).

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, African Masks, Painting

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BulletGalerie Arts Africain Galerie Arts Africaingaleries-arts.com, galerie d’art virtuelle de peinture et objet d’artisanat africain, vous présente sa galerie d’art contemporain, d’art d’Asie avec la possibilité d’achat en ligne de statue de bouddha en bronze, la vente de statue de Shiva et autres divinités. Découvrez également la galerie d’art africain avec tableau et peinture africaine contemporaine, masque africain, masques africains du Gabon, etc. galeries-arts.com vous invite à consultez le catalogue d’art premier africain, primitif et d’art tribal.

African art, Asian & South East Asian art, African Masks, Shields, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletTribal attraction Tribal attractionWelcome on the site of « Tribal Attraction ».
I have chosen a few masks and statues to show you, for their easthetic and expressive value.
Born in the Congo and immerged in the mysteries of the african soul from a very tender age, my artistic path had sooner or later found an outview in the ancient art of the african continent.
My education in the field of graphic art and painting was a key into opening my perception of this sculptural and stylistic art which we know has shattered the foundments of the 20th century art in Europe.
The acquisition of those pieces is sometimes difficult. The possession is beneficial though they are often in transit (by selling or exchanging them). Discovery and sharing is by far the most interesting reward. Barbara Cailliau

African art, Papua & New Guinea art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletAfrican muse gallery African muse galleryLuc Berthier ouvre
l’African Muse Gallery au public sur ce concept unique d’exposition : unir statuaires et masques rituels d’Afrique, Népal, Asie du Sud Est, Amériques Océanie à la peinture contemporaine en un même lieu.
La peinture aborigène d’Australie occupe naturellement une place prépondérante puisqu’elle affirme cette double appartenance; la contemporanéité des œuvres liée à un culte ancien et réactualisé, souvent très élaboré.

African art, Oceanic & Pacific art, Asian & South East Asian art, Aboriginal art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, himalaya

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grusenmeyer & grusenmeyer.Bullet grusenmeyer & grusenmeyer.We are specialised in exquisite sculpture and objects of beauty (tribal and oriental) and high-quality Chinese furniture (18th and 19th century).
We advise collectors and assist interior designers and decorators.

Asian & South East Asian art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletArts d'Australie Stéphane Jacob Arts d’Australie Stéphane JacobStéphane Jacob, a graduate of the prestigious Ecole du Louvre, established the gallery Arts d’Australie · Stephane Jacob in Paris in 1996 near the Arc de Triomphe.Arts d’Australie · Stephane Jacob presents a wide selection of works (paintings, artefacts, sculptures, works on paper) by leading Australian contemporary artists.

Aboriginal art, Painting, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletPace Primitive Pace PrimitiveFounded in 1973, Pace Primitive is the tribal art department affiliated with PaceWildenstein Gallery. The gallery maintains an inventory of museum-quality African, Himalayan, Oceanic, and Native American art. Pace Primitive is a member of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA).

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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Bulletchase contemporary & tribal arts chase contemporary & tribal artsSpecialising in contemporary painting and sculpture | aboriginal contemporary & early work | the work of oceanic & other tribal people

Oceanic & Pacific art, Asian & South East Asian art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletHevasof Gallery Hevasof GalleryHEVaSOF imports and sells the finest unique African art, African masks, Plaques, and now Benin bronze. We work directly with the best artists in historic S.W. Nigeria. Suitable for home decor, office, or collectors, we invite you to enjoy these one of a kind hand made fine art works. It is a privilege and a pleasure to bring them to you.

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, African Masks

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BulletKintolai Gallery Kintolai GalleryKintolai Gallery was established in 1999 and traded under the name of Art Lounge until the name changed occurred at the beginning of 2001.Director, Erima Gallasch was born in Papua New Guinea with his mother being a Tolai woman and his father being an Australian man who worked in New Guinea for many years as a research scientist and teacher but with a personal passion for collecting the beautiful tribal art forms and documenting the associated ceremonies of the Oceanic region.

Aboriginal art, Oceanic & Pacific art, Papua & New Guinea art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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www.califmall.comMark Johnson started his long journey into the Asian and tribal art world collecting Central Asian Ikat Textiles in the early to mid 1970’s. Fascinated by the colors, unique designs, and technical expertise of the weavers, he went on a relentless quest to find more of these fantastic silk textiles. He traveled to Afghanistan and other parts of Asia and like many young explorers at the time, was taken by the beauty of the people and the depth of their ancient cultures. Each trip to Asia brought new discoveries and expanded interest in other cultures and artifacts. Eventually, he focused his attention on the Tribal Arts of Indonesia, especially the island of Borneo.

Asian & South East Asian art, Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, Textile

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Bulletspearchuckasart.com spearchuckasart.comAboriginal & Oceanic Fine Tribal Art, Artefacts & Material Culture – Valuation, Appraisal, Sales and Purchase

Aboriginal art, Papua & New Guinea art, Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletAfrican dream African dreamPrivate collection of anciant african Arts and Crafts for sale.
All objects are authentic.
Age between 60 and 250 years.
Wishes to sell the complete collection or various objects together for minimum value of 20.000€.
If interested, please take contact

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, Weapons, african masks

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BulletAmy Gallery Amy GalleryLes pièces présentées dans cette section : masques, statues, reliquaires, fétiches et objets rituels ou de la vie courante ont été sélectionnées pour leur représentativité d´une ethnie ou pour leur esthétique.
Chaque pièce est accompagnée d´un bref descriptif, vous permettant d´appréhender ses dimensions, les matériaux utilisés, ainsi que sa fonction et son utilisation pour peu qu’elles soient connues.
Vous trouverez évidemment une grande diversité d’objets qui feront découvrir au plus grand nombre la beauté et la diversité de l´Art Africain.

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, African Masks

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BulletGalerie ezakwantu Galerie ezakwantuGalerie Ezakwantu is located in the village Franschhoek, South Africa.
This site is intended to be a window into our showroom of Southern and Central African art. Beautiful objects have been assembled after years of search, fuelled by a passionate quest to discover the material culture of Africa’s cultural past.
Masks Neck Rests Spoons/Ladles Status Objects Thrones / Stools

Weapons Vessels Figures Contemporary Adornment Miscellaneous

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, Weapons, spoons, adornments

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BulletGhana Craft Ghana CraftOur online shop of African handicrafts and home decoration is based in Ghana, West Africa.

We offer products representing traditional handicrafts of Ghana, such as Ewe kente cloth, African brass, wood carving of Akan stools and chests, recycled glass beads and other objects of quality for home decoration.

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, Painting, Jewellery

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BulletKebeart KebeartArt from West AFrica

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletRapanui RapanuiRAPA NUI – EASTER ISLAND

Oceanic & Pacific art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletTribes of Taiwan Tribes of TaiwanTribes of Taiwan

Oceanic & Pacific art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletFine Art Out of South Africa Fine Art Out of South AfricaGenuine African Art Works
African-Art-Work.com is proud to bring you a variety of classical and modern African art pieces. Authentic classical and modern African art is a rare commodity and, not often found in the homes of the many people who may be interested in bringing African tradition into their living space. Our African Art Gallery offers genuine African art products to all people, ranging from the novice shopper to gift buyer to certified collectors & custom orders. We have proudly served many satisfied customers since 1996.

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, African Masks

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BulletAfrican Tribal Art Gallery De Ruijter Van Santen African Tribal Art Gallery De Ruijter Van SantenGallery de Ruijter-van Santen is specialised in African Tribal Art.
We collect, buy and sell genuine pieces from all over Africa.
Most of the objects are found in European collections but we also
collect jewelry and artefacts travelling in Africa.

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, Jewellery, Tribal art african

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BulletBarlow art export Barlow art exportExclusive art export

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, Painting, bronze

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BulletGange India Gange IndiaWelcome to Ganges India – your source for the best in Indian art and handicrafts. Our website produce intricate brass sculptures, colorful contemporary and tribal paintings, marble statues, decorative boxes and other such works of art at an affordable price.

Asian & South East Asian art, Jewellery, Carving – sculptures – statues, Painting

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BulletGalerie Monde Galerie MondeDécouvrez les magniques œuvres artisanales que nous vous proposons pour votre décoration intérieure.

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, Jewellery, decorative shop

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BulletCulture of Yoruba Culture of YorubaThe Yoruba-cult like it is practiced in Nigeria, differs basically from the Voodoo-cult of the neighbour republic Benin.

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, Photos/posters

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BulletCarlos Museum's collection Carlos Museum’s collection The Carlos Museum’s collection of 19th and 20th century African art offers valuable insight into African artistic expressions in the variety of their forms, functions, and cultures of origin. A majority of the objects come from West Africa, with a focus on the numerous cultures of Nigeria, Benin (formerly Dahomey), and the Cameroon Grassfields. The rest are from the Equatorial Central region of the continent, located mainly in the modern state of Zaïre.

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletMusée africain de Lyon Musée africain de LyonMusée african de Lyon

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletGati Gallery Gati GalleryHere at the Gallery, we aim to share the wonderful traditions of Antique African art and sculpture with the rest of the world, we hope you enjoy our collection.

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, Jewellery, Terra cotta

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BulletHafenbasar HafenbasarAfrican store in Hamburg

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletTribal art Fair Tribal art FairThe Tribal Art fair in Amsterdam, located in a 18th century church, is an unique fair in Holland. During the art fair dealers will present many different objects like sculptures, textiles, jewelry and furniture. Not only from Africa and Oceania, but also from China, Laos and even from Mongolia and Tibet. The combination and variety of objects from these parts of the world, makes the TAF in Amsterdam a very attractive show to visit. Hope to see you in October 2006 in Amsterdam !

African art, Asian & South East Asian art, Carving – sculptures – statues, African Masks

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BulletStatuaire africaine Statuaire africainePrivate african art collectin

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletKansas african center study Kansas african center studyKenneth Palmer Collection 1980

African art, Gold weights/Money, Carving – sculptures – statues, African Masks

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BulletAfrica Embodied Africa EmbodiedAfrica Embodied

African art, Textile, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletArts & Crafts Gallery LLC Arts & Crafts Gallery LLC specialized in antiques of the Arts & Crafts Movement and late, Asian and tribal art.

African art, Aboriginal art, Asian & South East Asian art, Native american art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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BulletCAMEROON ART CAMEROON ARTIMPORTERS OF CARVED MASKS, FIGURES, JEWELRY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, AND OTHER CRAFTS DIRECT FROM THE VILLAGE ARTISANS AND SHOPS.

African art, African Masks, Carving – sculptures – statues, Jewellery, Musical instruments

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BulletClevemand museum of art Clevemand museum of artGallery of sub-saharan african art
Completely refurbished, this new gallery showcases the Museum’s finest examples of art from Africa, south of the Sahara with 62 objects in wood, terracotta, brass, ivory, cloth and other media on view. The majority of works are wooden masks and figures made in West and Central Africa in the late 19th to early 20th centuries.

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, African Masks

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BulletIgbo and Southern Niger Delta Igbo and Southern Niger Delta Igbo and Southern Niger Delta

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, Photos/posters

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BulletMaslak McLeod Gallery Maslak McLeod Gallery The Maslak McLeod Gallery has operated a fine art gallery dealing in Canadian Art for over thirty years.
The gallery specializes in Native art – Woodland, Inuit, Plains and Maritime.

Artic art, Carving – sculptures – statues, Painting

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BulletYoruba Yoruba‘Yoruba’ celebrates the rich and diverse culture of the Yoruba. It brings together contemporary and historic Yoruba art and crafts and allows you to explore and express your own artistic skills, as well as appreciate those of Yoruba artists past and present.

African art, Carving – sculptures – statues, African Masks

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BulletIndianapolis Museum of Art Indianapolis Museum of ArtIndianapolis Museum of Art

African art, Native american art, Carving – sculptures – statues

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7 Réponses to “AFRICA ART , anthropologie, ethnologie, tribal art,”

  1. Dr Viban Ngo Says:

    The error is that Westerners look as African religious artifacts and call them arts. They are not art works at all as Westerners perceive them until touristic curios surfaced in the 1960s. They were not supposed to be displayed. They were sacred replicas of real people, family heads, elders, or dead people. In some tribes they were supposed to be fed, oiled and given liquid refreshment as if they were thirsty and famished persons. If you did this before going to the market you had luck and sold all your articles of trade with a super profit. The ancetors supposed to be lodged in the fetishes you oiled were the ones that gave you luck. If you were sick, you prayed to the ancestral spirits that were lodged in one of these fetishes. If they represented your dead elders, they had to be kept in a sacred shrine and not displayed or handled by anyone. It was the work of the consecrated priests or priestesses. Now the problem is someone who had seen western art and tries to look as these fetishes that were not meant to be appreciated as Western art works has a different interpretation. He, as many other tend to call them primitive because they were not as polished as Chinese, Japanese or European 3d arts. I read this in Ladislas Segy’s work and many more. I think traditional African set up has no art as Western or Chinese sort of art. They are just unique and should not even be called art work. I do not think that Christ represented on the Cross is a true form of art. May be to the Westerner, but to the Africans, it is not. African art that is remotely like that of European started in earnest in the 1950s when missionaries and some colonial teachers started teaching Africans to draw two dimensionally and to carve as was the case in Zimbabwe, the Congos, and West Africa in the 1950s. The 1950s, will be when African started having what Europeans will call real art and those would not have excited Picaso who popularized it and made a fortune out of his imitation. You will see that some of the African religious fetishes or masked are only seen when taken our of Africa as they are taboo objects for reasons I gave ahead in Africa. For example, some may not be touched by women or children or the non-initiated, so to say.

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    Tél. : (00.687).27.67.28
    Courriel / email : alain-brianchon@caramail.com

    Alain Brianchon est heureux de vous annoncer la naissance de son nouveau site dédié aux ARTS du PACIFIQUE.

    http://www.alain-brianchon-tapa.com/

    Vous pourrez y découvrir un grand choix de TAPA d’Océanie, sélectionnés avec soins, ainsi qu’un certain nombre d’objets usuels et authentiques.
    A visiter sans modération aucune.

    N’hésitez pas à me contacter pour tout renseignement dont vous pourriez avoir besoin ou pour toute suggestion ou commentaire que vous voudriez me soumettre. Ce sera toujours avec plaisir que je vous répondrai.

    Alain Brianchon is happy to announce you the birth of his new site dedicated to the ARTS of the PACIFIC.

    http://www.alain-brianchon-tapa.com/

    To visit without moderation.

    Do not hesitate to contact me for any piece of information which you could need either for any suggestion or comment that you would like to subject me. It will be always with pleasure that I shall answer you.

    Alain BRIANCHON
    And a NEW book
    http://art-oceanie-oceania.blogspot.com/

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  4. ,Mi sento attratta dall’ arte tribale non solo con la vista ,ma e sopprattutto con il tatto! (Attrazione per me )Entrare in contatto appunto con energie della materia che forse rappresentano ancora l’anima di chi le ha create.L’essenza del pensiero dell’artista soppravvive nella forma e nelle linee dell’opera stessa.Inizierò se mi è possibile ,cercare conoscenza migliore ,non solo,visitare siti ecc

  5. C’est vraiment superbe
    amicalement
    Gilles

  6. Awesome tips, thanks for this now i know where i can found The Finest in authentic Ethnographic and Tribal Art.
    Thanks for this information .

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