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Le Royaume Kuba, ou la confédération Kuba, est une entité étatique et politique, regroupant près de 20 peuples bantous, qui se développa à partir de différents États bantous de la région du Congo (notamment les Luba, les Leele, les Pende, les Dengese et les Wongo)

Le Royaume Kuba, ou la confédération Kuba, est une entité étatique et politique, regroupant près de 20 peuples bantous, qui se développa à partir de différents États bantous de la région du Congo (notamment les Luba, les Leele, les Pende, les Dengese et les Wongo)

Máscara de tortuga  islas del estrecho de Torres, anterior a 1855.

Máscara de tortuga islas del estrecho de Torres, anterior a 1855.

Africa | Mask from the Kuba people of Kasai, DR Congo | Wood and vegetal fiber

Africa | Mask from the Kuba people of Kasai, DR Congo | Wood and vegetal fiber

Africa | Helmet face mask from Kuba people of DR Congo | Wood, pigment, raffia | 20th century

Antique African Congo Kuba Tribal Helmet

Africa | Helmet face mask from Kuba people of DR Congo | Wood, pigment, raffia | 20th century

mask  Materials wood, pigment  Place of collecting Democratic Republic of the Congo > Kasaï  Culture Kuba  Date of acquisition 1907  Dimensions 26,9 cm x 18,7 cm

mask Materials wood, pigment Place of collecting Democratic Republic of the Congo > Kasaï Culture Kuba Date of acquisition 1907 Dimensions 26,9 cm x 18,7 cm

Mask "chihongo" or "Cihongo" - Chokwe - 217 Angola

Mask "chihongo" or "Cihongo" - Chokwe - 217 Angola

Fang maskWood, kaolin and pigment prior to 1952 - Ever since they were "discovered" by modern artists in the first decades of the 20th century, Fang masks have most often been seen, in private collections and museums alike, in their most classic and characteristic form: that of the masks of the ngil, so, ngontang and ekeket initiatory societies. This rare and ancient specimen throws a remarkably nuanced light on the commonly accepted typology applied to this iconic corpus. Among...

Fang maskWood, kaolin and pigment prior to 1952 - Ever since they were "discovered" by modern artists in the first decades of the 20th century, Fang masks have most often been seen, in private collections and museums alike, in their most classic and characteristic form: that of the masks of the ngil, so, ngontang and ekeket initiatory societies. This rare and ancient specimen throws a remarkably nuanced light on the commonly accepted typology applied to this iconic corpus. Among...

Africa | Mask from the Kete people of DR Congo | Wood and pigment

Africa | Mask from the Kete people of DR Congo | Wood and pigment

mask  Materials wood, metals > metal  Place of collecting Democratic Republic of the Congo > Kasaï  Culture Kuba  Acquisition related person Henry Pareyn, as seller  Date of acquisition 1911-09-16  Dimensions 70 cm x 32,2 cm

mask Materials wood, metals > metal Place of collecting Democratic Republic of the Congo > Kasaï Culture Kuba Acquisition related person Henry Pareyn, as seller Date of acquisition 1911-09-16 Dimensions 70 cm x 32,2 cm

Africa | Female 'Djela' mask from the Guro people of the Ivory Coast | Iron wood; matt reddish brown patina, remains of black pain, kaolin and small traces of indigo blue pigment | ca. early 20th century

Africa | Female 'Djela' mask from the Guro people of the Ivory Coast | Iron wood; matt reddish brown patina, remains of black pain, kaolin and small traces of indigo blue pigment | ca. early 20th century

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