Africa | Mbuti pygmy bark cloth painting, Ituri rain forest, Congo |  20th century

Africa | Mbuti pygmy bark cloth painting, Ituri rain forest, Congo | 20th century

Africa | Skirt ~ ncaka kot ~ from the Kuba people of DR Congo | Raffia, natural dyes | 2nd half of the 20th century

Africa | Skirt ~ ncaka kot ~ from the Kuba people of DR Congo | Raffia, natural dyes | 2nd half of the 20th century

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Easter Island Stones actually have bodies unearthed in excavation. I thought it was a joke, but went to snopes and it's true. The mystery of how they got here and who made them still exists. Definitely want to visit Easter Island.

Painting on barkcloth;  Pongo Africa | Mbuti People, Ituri Forest DR Congo 20th century Size: 37 1/2" x 31 1/2"   (95 x 80 cm)

Painting on barkcloth; Pongo Africa | Mbuti People, Ituri Forest DR Congo 20th century Size: 37 1/2" x 31 1/2" (95 x 80 cm)

Africa | Bark cloth painting by the M'bute Pygmy people living in the Ituri Rain Forest of the Congo | Predominantly from the 1930s | The fabric is a pounded tree bark; the painting was done supposedly with a mixture of gardenia juice and carbon black.

Africa | Bark cloth painting by the M'bute Pygmy people living in the Ituri Rain Forest of the Congo | Predominantly from the 1930s | The fabric is a pounded tree bark; the painting was done supposedly with a mixture of gardenia juice and carbon black.

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