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Tribale kunst (Afrika)
Tribal Art (Africa)

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Archeologie en Pre-Colombiaans aardewerk
Tribale kunst (Indonesië en Oceanië) 3300-3499
Tribale kunst (Afrika) 3500-3579

catalogusnummer: 3500
Ivory Coast, Baule, animal helmet mask, goli glin;
with large open extended mouth with protruding thick and pointy tong and carved rows of teeth. The flat upper part with three ridges mirrored between higher ridge, curved horns with flat curved ears and two large concave eye sockets with cylindrical protruding eyes. According to the Baule, this zoomorphic helmet mask represents a synthesis of bush cow, antelope, and crocodile. The goli glin character, considered the oldest member of the goli mask group, wears an elaborate costume of fresh palm fibers and antelope skin. It is danced in a wild and rapid performance. Provenance, Gallery Lemaire, 1970's and famous Dutch writer and artist Jan Wolkers (1925-2007)
L. 85 cm.
taxatie: € 1500 - 2000  

catalogusnummer: 3501
Gabon, Punu, face masks,
with braided hair, slit eyes, eyebrows in relief and protruding lips. With yellow, white and black pigments. Published in 'Gabon' Jane and Jean, 2005, Zurich. Exposition catalogue Galerie Walu. Page 140.
h. 24,5 cm.
taxatie: € 800 - 1500  

catalogusnummer: 3502
Ivory Coast, Guro, face mask, gu;
with braided hair ending in a knot, face with horizontal and vertical keloid scarifications, slanting eyes, elegant nose en small mouth with curved upper lip. With dark brown-black patina. With collection number in white on the inner rim, EDU/mk31.
h. 38 cm.
taxatie: € 1000 - 1500  

catalogusnummer: 3503
Angola, Chokwe, face mask, mwana pwo,
the mask with small ears, large eye sockets with narrow eyes, L- shaped double lines as scarifications on temples and open broad mouth. With braided plant fiber hair dress and red-brown patina with blackened accents. With hair band of brass rings and glass beads on plant fiber band.
20 cm.
taxatie: € 500 - 800  

catalogusnummer: 3504
Nigeria, Ibo, face mask, mwo,
with double horns, expressive facial features accented with thick black painted lines. With a description on the back in pencil. 'Nigeria mask 'mwo' ….'
h. 37 cm.
taxatie: € 400 - 600  

catalogusnummer: 3505
Nigeria, Ibibio, face mask, mfon ekpo;
painted mask surmounted with seated female figure
h. 42 cm.
taxatie: € 200 - 400  

catalogusnummer: 3506
Nigeria, Bini, face mask, azigho,
with three smaller and two larger horns, oval- and x-shaped tattoo's. The white face with accents in red and black, the edge painted in black and red on top.
h. 34 cm.
taxatie: € 300 - 500  

catalogusnummer: 3507
Gabon, Vuvi, face mask,
with three upright hairlines running towards a pointy middle, fine eyebrows in relief, oval open eyes, small triangular nose en closed rectangular mouth with carved wooden teeth. With layers of kaoline paint and accents in lines and planes in red and black. With twelve pierced holes for attachment of plant fiber tenue. Provenance Michel Gaud, St. Tropez.
h. 30,5 cm.
taxatie: € 1500 - 2000  

catalogusnummer: 3508
Mali, Bamana-Senufo, standing female figure, possibly a flanitokele twin figure,
standing in a vital pose with braided hair, facial scarification, broad shoulders, straight arms, round buttocks and standing on high slightly bent legs with clubfeet joined with horizontal bridge. With black patina. Provenance, Michel Gaud, St. Tropez, France.
h. 62 cm.
The figures called flanitokele are carved after the death of a twin, either male or female depending on the sex of the deceased twin. Local traditions determine the guardian of the figure (either the surviving twin, the father, or the mother) who is responsible for the maintenance of the nyama of the dead twin. The nyama is the character or the spirit that is separated from the twin’s body at death. Although most children are believed to incarnate the spirit of a recently deceased ancestor, twins do not reincarnate ancestors. Bamana twins are new souls, given directly from Faro, the primary deity of the Bamana. They are given special names in conjunction with ceremonies honouring their birth.
taxatie: € 1200 - 1600  

catalogusnummer: 3509
Ivory Coast, Baule, standing male figure,
with oval shaped head, keloid scarifications, hands on the belly and remnants of white pigments. With label with provenance Jack Deinhardt, NY, USA.
h. 40,5 cm.
taxatie: € 400 - 800  

catalogusnummer: 3510
Ivory Coast, Liberia, Dan monkey mask, ge gon,
with protruding open mouth, carved from one piece of wood and grooves for attachment of monkey skin with its long hair. With carved grooves on its sides. With black patina. This mask is danced with for entertainment in villages or also as a gardian in initiation camps.
h. 24 cm.
taxatie: € 400 - 500  

catalogusnummer: 3511
DRC., Salampasu, initiation mask, kasangu,
light wood mask decorated with broad copper plating, bugling forehead, broad rectangular eyes and mouth with carved wooden teeth. Dutch collection 1965.
h. 28 cm.
taxatie: € 300 - 500  

catalogusnummer: 3512
Nigeria, Ibo, maiden spirit mask,
with separately carved and attached wooden hair comb, circular keloid scarifications and painted black hair and facial accents. With remnants of white pigments. Dutch collection 1965.
h. 29 cm.
taxatie: € 300 - 400  

catalogusnummer: 3513
Congo Kinshasa, standing power figure, nkonde nkisi,
with three cylinders bundles of powermaterial on in the raised right arm and two next to the cylindrical cavity on the belly. Bound with plant fiber strings and set in remnants of attached in resin. The face with painted pupils behind remnants of glass eyes, open mouth with two carved teeth, thick lips and prominent ears. With canvas necklace filled with power material. Standing on two bent legs on a party weathered square base. With white, grey and black pigments. Ex collection Gerard Dannenberg, New York.
h. 34,5 cm.
taxatie: € 3000 - 4000  

catalogusnummer: 3514
Burkina Faso, Lobi, standing figure, bateba,
with a triangular pendant on its forehead and layers of offering patina. Collection Dos en Bertie Winkel, Belgium.
h. 21,5 cm.
taxatie: € 300 - 400  

catalogusnummer: 3515
Mali, Bamana, mask,
with long upright horns and ears and tapering face with rectangular open mouth and narrow curved nose. With layers of black patina. Provenance Henk Kouw, Amsterdam, early 1970's and Collection Dos en Bertie Winkel, Belgium.
h. 51 cm.
taxatie: € 800 - 1200  

catalogusnummer: 3516
Baule, standing colon figure, army man,
with separately carved rifle and full army tunic. Painted with green, black, white, red and blue paint. Provenance Frits van de Graaf (b. 1942). Who collected in Ghana when working there as a soldier
h. 48,5 cm.
taxatie: € 300 - 400  

catalogusnummer: 3517
DRC., Kusu, half figure,
with triangular face with carved beard, circular hole with conical edge with power material and several feathers. With glass bead necklaces and with black oily patina. Provenance Henk Kouw, Amsterdam, early 1970's and Collection Dos en Bertie Winkel, Belgium.
h. figure 28,5 cm.
taxatie: € 800 - 1200  

catalogusnummer: 3518
DRC., Luba, animal face mask, kifwebe
with owl eyes, ears and large nose with a cylindrical protrusion above. With carved parallel lines. Painted in white with black planes and accents.
h. 37 cm.
taxatie: € 400 - 600  

catalogusnummer: 3519
DRC., Yaka, standing power and protective figure, yiteke,
with magical substance wrapped in a canvas cloth and bound with plant fiber strands. The headdress in three lobes, scarifications beneath the eyes. Standing on bend high legs. With brown and black patina with white spots.
h. 36,3 cm.
taxatie: € 500 - 800  

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