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A Dan/Kran mask with a large, protruding snout, prominent hooknose, triangular eyes, pierced through, beneath an overhanging forehead, sacrification traces on top, an iron hook for fetish attachments, source: http://www.tribalartforum.com

A Dan/Kran mask with a large, protruding snout, prominent hooknose, triangular eyes, pierced through, beneath an overhanging forehead, sacrification traces on top, an iron hook for fetish attachments, source: http://www.tribalartforum.com

Africa | Senufo Kpeliye'e Mask | Wood; dark brown patina

Africa | Senufo Kpeliye'e Mask | Wood; dark brown patina

A MAKONDE MASK MOZAMBIQUE REGION Mozambique CULTURE Makonde PERIOD XIX-XXth century CATEGORIES Other Masks FEATURES cephalomorphic MATERIALS Natural Pigment, Wood SIZE 30.00 cm

A MAKONDE MASK MOZAMBIQUE REGION Mozambique CULTURE Makonde PERIOD XIX-XXth century CATEGORIES Other Masks FEATURES cephalomorphic MATERIALS Natural Pigment, Wood SIZE 30.00 cm

Masque Songye Mask Kifwebe African ART Africain Congo Belge Tribal Kongo Masker | eBay

Masque Songye Mask Kifwebe African ART Africain Congo Belge Tribal Kongo Masker | eBay

Africa | "Samana" mask from the Dogon people of Mali | Wood, fiber, pigment | 20th century

Africa | "Samana" mask from the Dogon people of Mali | Wood, fiber, pigment | 20th century

Africa | Water Spirit mask from the Ijaw people of Nigeria | Wood, with remains of red and indigo blue pigment | The masks are always worn horizontal on the head, for the water spirits themselves hold their heads in one level with the surface of the water as well.

Africa | Water Spirit mask from the Ijaw people of Nigeria | Wood, with remains of red and indigo blue pigment | The masks are always worn horizontal on the head, for the water spirits themselves hold their heads in one level with the surface of the water as well.

Ogoni Mask, Nigéria - Musée Tervuren, Bruxelles

Ogoni - Masque

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