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Songye "Four Horn" Community Power Figure, Democratic Republic of the Congo | lot | Sotheby's

Songye "Four Horn" Community Power Figure, Democratic Republic of the Congo | lot | Sotheby's

Figure de pouvoir Songye République Démocratique du Congo Moyen Lomani, Congo Style des Kalebwe centraux et méridionaux. Bois sculpté, métal, perles, corne - Villanfray & Associés - 21/04/2015

Figure de pouvoir Songye République Démocratique du Congo Moyen Lomani, Congo Style des Kalebwe centraux et méridionaux. Bois sculpté, métal, perles, corne - Villanfray & Associés - 21/04/2015

Africa | Power figure from the Songye people of Kasaï, DR Congo | Wood, raffia, horn, leather, metals, bead | ca. 1948

Africa | Power figure from the Songye people of Kasaï, DR Congo | Wood, raffia, horn, leather, metals, bead | ca. 1948

Janus-Faced Headdress, 19th–20th century  Nigeria, Cross River region; Ejagham, Akparabong clan Wood, leather, paint, cane, horn, nails; H. ...

Janus-Faced Headdress, 19th–20th century Nigeria, Cross River region; Ejagham, Akparabong clan Wood, leather, paint, cane, horn, nails; H. ...

MASK, FIGURE, HUMAN AFRICAN ETHNOGRAPHIC COLLECTION Catalog No: 90.0/ 8629 Field No: 1920 Culture: PENDE (BAMPENDE) Locale: GOLONGO Country: CONGO (BELGIAN CONGO) Material: WOOD, PIGMENT, COATING Dimensions: L:34.5 W:17 [in CM] Acquisition Year: 1910 [PURCHASE] Donor: STARR, FREDERICK

MASK, FIGURE, HUMAN AFRICAN ETHNOGRAPHIC COLLECTION Catalog No: 90.0/ 8629 Field No: 1920 Culture: PENDE (BAMPENDE) Locale: GOLONGO Country: CONGO (BELGIAN CONGO) Material: WOOD, PIGMENT, COATING Dimensions: L:34.5 W:17 [in CM] Acquisition Year: 1910 [PURCHASE] Donor: STARR, FREDERICK

A fine Senufo dance mask Ivory Coast, of powerful form, and unusual to find intact; the upper portion, a cap crest with a large pair of powerful horns rising from the sides to meet in a circular form at the apex; a small human figure in the center (pegged on). Two large ears at oblique angles to the horns at either side. From the face, a thick hide mask descending with cut-outs for the eyes. Porcupine quills at the base of the wooden helmet form. height 28in

A fine Senufo dance mask Ivory Coast, of powerful form, and unusual to find intact; the upper portion, a cap crest with a large pair of powerful horns rising from the sides to meet in a circular form at the apex; a small human figure in the center (pegged on). Two large ears at oblique angles to the horns at either side. From the face, a thick hide mask descending with cut-outs for the eyes. Porcupine quills at the base of the wooden helmet form. height 28in

Image of ceremonial attire featured in Travels in Western Africa in the Years 1818, 19, 20, and 21 from the River Gambia, through Woolli, Gondoo, Galam, Kasson, Kaarta, and Foolidoo, to the River Niger  Forgotten Failures of African Exploration | The Public Domain Review

Image of ceremonial attire featured in Travels in Western Africa in the Years 1818, 19, 20, and 21 from the River Gambia, through Woolli, Gondoo, Galam, Kasson, Kaarta, and Foolidoo, to the River Niger Forgotten Failures of African Exploration | The Public Domain Review

Africa |  Ivory Flywisk, Democratic Republic Of Congo | circa 1940 | in the shape of a chief seated ontop of a slave with bound hands; orange patina

Africa | Ivory Flywisk, Democratic Republic Of Congo | circa 1940 | in the shape of a chief seated ontop of a slave with bound hands; orange patina

Beautiful and Ornate Senufo Kpelliyee Mask with Bird (Parcours) -  This spectacular mask, with its clear, refined, natural features, is known as Kpeiliyee, or "beautiful lady," and is danced by men who perform in female character. There are hundreds of variations of the Kpeiliyee masks, some smaller than face mask size, and others approximately the size of a larger, elongated facemask that extends just beyond the face of the dancer. The masks are danced with the piece affixed atop the…

Beautiful and Ornate Senufo Kpelliyee Mask with Bird (Parcours) - This spectacular mask, with its clear, refined, natural features, is known as Kpeiliyee, or "beautiful lady," and is danced by men who perform in female character. There are hundreds of variations of the Kpeiliyee masks, some smaller than face mask size, and others approximately the size of a larger, elongated facemask that extends just beyond the face of the dancer. The masks are danced with the piece affixed atop the…

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