Africa | Landai initiation mask from the Poro society. Toma people of Guinea | Wood, textiles, feathers, fur, shells, natural fiber and metal
Sénoufo African mask. See too the following site for additional African mask images and information: http://www.zyama.com/index.htm
The elaborate handle on this drum features seated figures holding plump hornbill birds. Small variations in the positioning of the human forms create energy and interest. Eddo Orem positions the heads of the birds in different directions. They look forward, backward, or downward. This treatment encourages the viewer to keep moving his or her eye over the openwork composition. The body of the drum is filled with the flying fox pattern. This pattern which resembles a small hand with pointy ...
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Mask "phumbu", D. R. Congo, Pende
Africa | Helmet mask "gelede" from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood, with paint
Twin Mask (Nda) Baule Peoples 19th-20th century Twin Masks represent abstract ideas of complimentary opposites