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African Tribal Masks

African Chokwe Mask
An African Choke/Tshawe Mask, Angola, wood.
Category

Early 20th Century Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood

  • African Chokwe Mask
  • African Chokwe Mask
  • African Chokwe Mask
  • African Chokwe Mask
H 8.5 in. W 6 in.
African Baule Ram Mask
African Baule Ram Mask Carved Wood 15 x 15.5 x 8 inches (height on stand is 26 inches)
Category

20th Century Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood

  • African Baule Ram Mask
  • African Baule Ram Mask
  • African Baule Ram Mask
  • African Baule Ram Mask
H 15 in. W 15.5 in. D 8 in.
Punu African Tribal Face Mask Sculpture, Figure from Gabon, Early 20th Century
Beautifull African art mask in carved wood from Gabon, 20th Century. It belongs to the Punu ethnic group, coming from Gabon. This mask is carved in wood, representing female face bl...
Category

Early 20th Century Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood

"Dan Guéré" African Tribal Art Mask Sculpture from Ivory Coast, 20th Century
Rare African art mask in carved wood from the Ivory Coast or Liberia 20th Century. This mask is carved in wood, representing female face in painted carved wood and shades of red, wit...
Category

Early 20th Century Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Metal

"Toma Mask, Guinea," Carved Wood from Africa created circa 1900
"Toma Mask, Guinea" is a carved wooden mask from Africa and created in c. 1900. The painting has worn away, but around the eyes the painting is easier to see. The mask also has a cro...
Category

Early 1900s Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood

"Secret Society Mask-Sierra Leone W. Africa," Wood created circa 1930
"Secret Society Mask-Sierra Leone W. Africa," is a wood sculpture of a woman's head. The hair has been sculpted with intricate detail, and metal hair adornments have been added. 14"...
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1930s Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood

"Dan Mask Ivory Coast," Wood, Hair, & Mud created in African in c. 1940
"Dan Mask Ivory Coast" is a mask sculpted out of wood with hair and mud. Slit eyes and an opened mouth with a heart shaped face. 6" x 9" x 2" Dan sculptors mainly produce masks whi...
Category

1940s Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Found Objects

"Senufo Mask of Ceremonies (from Republic Ivory Coast)," Painted Carved Wood
"Senufo Mask of Ceremonies (from Republic Ivory Coast)" is an carved wood artifact from the Senufo people of Africa, in the northeastern cote d'Ivoire. They are famous as musicians, ...
Category

Mid-20th Century Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Paint

Painted Head Crest Mask on Mount, Probably Yoruba, Nigeria, 20th Century
A painted head crest mask which appears to be from a 'Gelede cult,' known for honoring women and fertility, in the state of Benin (formerly Dahomey) in Nigeria, 20th century. This bu...
Category

20th Century Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Pigment

Wall-Mounted Carved Wood Sculpture of Igbo Mask Nigeria, Late 19th Century
An adroitly carved Igbo maiden spirit mask from Nigeria elaborately carved with three high hair crests dramatically pairing positive and negative space. These masks are used mostly d...
Category

19th Century Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Pigment

"Female Statue/Baule Ivory Coast," Carved Wood & Hair created in Africa c. 1900
"Female Statue/Baule Ivory Coast" is a carved wood sculpture with hair. It is a small sculpture depicting a female standing. 15" x 5" x 5" The Baule create art in several media, i...
Category

Early 1900s Tribal Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Found Objects

Muscle Memory
By Fahamu Pecou
Located in New York, NY
Work on paper - Graphite, acrylic and mixed media on paper, framed. African American art, Dan people, tribal mask, ceremonial mask, drawing, unique.
Category

2010s Contemporary Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Mixed Media, Acrylic, Archival Paper, Graphite

"Removing Saucer" Figurative Oil Pastel on Grocery Bag signed by Reginald K. Gee
By Reginald K. Gee
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Removing Saucer" is an original oil pastel drawing on a Safeway grocery bag by Reginald K. Gee. The artist signed the piece lower right. This piece features two men in face masks mo...
Category

1990s Contemporary Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Oil Pastel, Found Objects

Abadoo (Contemporary Black & White Abstracted Portrait on Hand Stitched Canvas)
By Jack Walls
Located in Hudson, NY
13 x 13 inches, gesso and acrylic on hand-stitched canvas black and white gestural line painting inspired by a collection of African masks, primitive portraiture, primitive face, ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Abstract Paintings

Materials

Acrylic, Canvas, Gesso

Abstract
By Pawel Kontny
Located in Denver, CO
An abstract expressionist painting with heavy impasto by Colorado Artist, Pawel Kontny, created using a technique with a gessoed masonite panel with marble dust paste and applied oil...
Category

Mid-20th Century Abstract Expressionist Abstract Paintings

Materials

Oil, Board

  • Abstract
  • Abstract
  • Abstract
  • Abstract
H 43 in. W 31 in. D 1.75 in.
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