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Pot, Lobi people (Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana) (pottery & paint)

Pot, Lobi people (Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire and Ghana) (pottery & paint)

Koan is a Japanese word derived from the Chinese Gongan, which defined a practice dating back to the Tang Dynasty where dialogues between Chan Masters and their disciples were recorded.

Koan is a Japanese word derived from the Chinese Gongan, which defined a practice dating back to the Tang Dynasty where dialogues between Chan Masters and their disciples were recorded.

Africa | From the William Itter Collection of African Pottery

Water pitcher from the William Itter Collection of African Pottery

Africa | Pot with Figures and Horses from the Frafra people of Burkina Faso | 19th century | Ceramic

brown - Pot with Figures and Horses - ceramic - century Frafra people - Burkina Faso - Africa

double spouted with handle connecting the spouts artist unknown Creation Place: 	Africa, Chad, Central Africa region Culture: 	Africa, Chad, Central Africa region Style: 	20th century

double spouted with handle connecting the spouts artist unknown Creation Place: Africa, Chad, Central Africa region Culture: Africa, Chad, Central Africa region Style: century

african ceramic - Google-haku

african ceramic - Google-haku

Africa | Beer making and storage vessel. Dorze - Ethiopia

Africa | Beer making and storage vessel. Dorze - Ethiopia

AFRICAN POTTERY - Igala People, Nigeria, Large Pot in squat ovoid form, cinched and flared rim, incised geometric decoration, in glazed dark grey clay.

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. Storage Jar |  Djege Coulibaly (Mali, Africa), 20th century  Earthenware

Storage Jar, Djege Coulibaly ^ Minneapolis Institute of Art

Darkware Vessel, late 1400s Peru, North Coast, Chimú style (900-1470)

Place of origin: Perú, North Coast, Chimú style Medium: Black ware.

Ladi Kwali is Nigeria's best known potter. Born in the ancient potting region of Gwari, Ladi Kwali was trained in the traditional methods of production, building up her vessels in coils before firing them in the open air in a bonfire of dry vegetation. She was brought to international prominence after Michael Cardew discovered her work in the Emir of Abuja's collection. Cardew invited Kwali to join his studio in 1954, where she became the first woman potter.

A large water pot by LadiKwali

TOGO - Tamberma :: Vessel for millet beer.

artpropelled:    Vessel for beer and grain. Mambila - Nigeria, Cameroon

African vessel for beer and grain Mambila Nigeria, Cameroon

Africa | A large Abuja stoneware water Pot by Ladi Kwali (Nigerian 1925-1984) | circa 1960

Large Abuja stoneware water pot by Ladi Kwali-Nigeria -circa 1960

Vessel Date: Mid-late century Maker: Possibly Tusyan peoples Medium: Ceramic

Africa | Vessel from Burkina Faso, possibly from the Tusyan people | Ceramic | Mid to late 20th century
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