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vintagecongo: “Chokwe Mwana Pwo Masks: Chokwe people of Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zambia “Mwana pwo (young woman) masks, danced by Chokwe men at festivals primarily for entertainment, are said to bestow increased fertility on the.

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Masks are often a part of the African culture. Used in dance or ceremonial purposes, African masks can have a religious meaning. The carver of the mask will look to their ancestors for guidance while carving the mask.

African Mask. (If you know the culture from which this mask derives, please add in a comment below.)

African masks and African statues from the Tikar tribe of Cameroon. This Tikar Mask measures 17 inches tall.

purposes of masks, African art, and the meaning behind some of the symbols/designs commonly used in African art.  make the point that African art is always meaningful to the artist, has some symbolic meaning behind the shapes & colors, and is almost always useful or functional.  With these key features in mind, students can understand African culture a little deeper.

Splish Splash Splatter: African Masks Not these exactly - but individual variations on a theme, united with strict colour palette works

MAKISHI CHOKWE MASK | African Masks - Chikunza Makishi mask from Zambia                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

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Chikunza) This mask is a special type of mask used by the chokwe people of Zambia. The masks represent your family and ancestors. The mask is 35 inches long and it is made with a heavy painted fabric.

Carved in Gabon by the Fang people, this mask was traditionally used by Ngil society to ensure adherence to laws and social order by the community. H: 24"

Gabon Fang people mask traditionally used by Ngil society to ensure adherence to laws and social order by the community.

Africa - Kuba People of Zaire Shene Malula African Mask

African Mask with beads and kauri shells. I love the palette!

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