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Tribale kunst (Afrika)
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catalogusnummer: 3500
DRC., Lega, ivory standing figure
with rhombic shaped face and decorated with engraved lines and patterns of dots. Ex. Collection Will Hoogstraate, Galerie D'eendt, Amsterdam.
[1]
h. 17,5 cm.
taxatie: € 2000 - 4000  

catalogusnummer: 3501
Ivory Coast, Dan-Bete, face mask, n'gre;
mask with animal mouth with moveable lower jaw, a pair of tapering fangs, cylindrical eyes and cut square holes for vision. The mask in black patina. Provenance Carel van Lier, 1927 and part of the collection of famous Dutch painter Jan Sluijters (1881-1957) and family collection Jan Sluijters. The black and white picture of this mask is from the gallery archive of Carel van Lier from 1927.
[1]
h. 23 cm.
taxatie: € 1000 - 1500  

catalogusnummer: 3502
Ivory Coast, Baule, face mask, kpan pre, 1900
female face mask with rams horns, curved ears, rows of carved lines and scarification's from temple to temple above the slanting eyes, an elongated narrow nose and a fine chin with small protruding mouth accentuated in kaolin white. With a triangular carved beard and small goatee. With dark and light brown patina with remains of black pigments. Ex collection Charles Ratton, Paris, before 1937 with his four digit white number 1898. Carel van Lier, Amsterdam, from the 1937 exhibition: ‘Cinquante Sculptures Africaines de la Collection Charles Ratton’ with his label: Kunstzaal Van Lier Amsterdam, No. 21.TCR. '37. TCR standing for Tentoonstelling Charles Ratton. Part of the collection of famous Dutch painter Jan Sluijters (1881-1957) and family collection Jan Sluijters. The black and white photograph online is from the Jan Sluijters family archive and taken before WWII.
[1]
h. 33,5 cm.
taxatie: € 6000 - 8000  

catalogusnummer: 3503
Ivory Coast, Dan, face mask, deangle, 1900,
mask with forehead ridge, narrow slit eyes in between curved and tapering recesses for the eye-slits with remains of chalk. A small broad nose and two curved and protruding lips with aluminium teeth, a small triangular shaped chin and two rows of rectangular pierced holes on the side. With brown patina with patches of black. Deangle masks represent a friendly female forest spirit and suggest a ideal of feminine beauty. They where danced during boys initiation camps for entertainment and good spirit. Provenance, Charles Ratton, Paris, before 1937 with his four digit white number 1193. Carel van Lier, Amsterdam, from the 1937 exhibition: ‘Cinquante Sculptures Africaines de la Collection Charles Ratton’ with his label: 'Kunstzaal Van Lier Amsterdam no. 31 TCR. '37.' TRC stands for Tentoonstelling Charles Ratton. Bought in 1937 by van Tussenbroek, Haarlem. Private collection The Hague. Also on the lower edge the written number C/2, this number could refer to Hans Himmelheber. There is a mask in the collection of the Tropenmuseum Amsterdam that has the same C2 mark in larger white writing. Himmelheber collected masks from Ivory Coast in situ between 1933-1935.
[1]
h. 24,5 cm.
taxatie: € 10000 - 15000  

catalogusnummer: 3504
DRC., Luba, bow stand,
standing female figure with full keloid scarification's on her belly with protruding navel, large oval eyes and protruding chin. Surmounted by a trident-shaped fork for holding the bow. Bow stands are sacred objects for chiefs and are guarded and hidden from site. Provenance Carel van Lier before 1927. In the archive from Carel van Lier is a photograph of this bow stand and it is believed to have been included in the exposition of his collection of African Art in 1927 in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. (the original stand was once replaced) Part of the collection of famous Dutch painter Jan Sluijters (1881-1957)

Family collection Jan Sluijters.
[1]
h. 49 cm.
taxatie: € 5000 - 8000  

catalogusnummer: 3506
Mali, Bamana, Komo helmet mask, warekun,
wooden mask with broad open protruding crocodile style mouth with two pair of large fangs, small ears and a pair of attached antelope horns. Surmounted by a large and a smaller cylinder filled with cloth and wrought iron. The larger one is possibly used as a sacrificial container. The patina of the mask is composed of layers of offerings. Masks of the Komo association are seen as one of the most powerful objects in the Bamana culture and are danced with in enormous masquerade costumes covered in feathers of vultures. See Colleyn 'Bamana the art of existence in Mali' pag. 176. Provenance collection Rene Rasmussen, Paris, Bodes en Bode, The Hague and private collection Amsterdam. Drouot, 28 feb. 2001, ex lot 54 and Yale Archive nr. 0015100.
[1]
L. 70 cm.
taxatie: € 2000 - 3000  

catalogusnummer: 3507
Mali, Dogon, standing figure,
with central crest, standing on flexed legs. With dry encrusted patina. Provenance Loed van Bussel, Amsterdam and Herman Gordijn, Amsterdam.
[1]
h. 29,5 cm.
taxatie: € 500 - 800  

catalogusnummer: 3508
Nigeria, Wurkun, pole shaped anthropomorphic figure
with a black encrusted patina and a brass ring pierced through the nose.
[1]
h. 43,5 cm.
taxatie: € 600 - 800  

catalogusnummer: 3512
Cameroon Grassland, helmet mask
with elongated head with fine carved head dress with typical carved conical extensions. With layers of black patina. Ex lot 58 Christie´s Amsterdam, 29th May 2001
[1]
h. 46 cm.
taxatie: € 1000 - 1500  

catalogusnummer: 3513
Nigeria, Wurkun, pole shaped anthropomorphic figure,
pierced nose, notched eyes and incised headdress.
[1]
h. 38,5 cm.
taxatie: € 400 - 600  

catalogusnummer: 3514
DRC., Lega, ivory flute, ca. 1900.
with leather strap and wrappings and circle decoration. Provenance Volkenkunde Museum Nijmegen. (small damage on back) Herewith Mangbetu horn with anthropomorphic head. (restored)
[2]
L. 31 en 35,7 cm.
taxatie: € 200 - 400  

catalogusnummer: 3517
Mali, Dogon, face mask, walu, early 20th century,
with four vertical projections, face with two slits, pierced eye holes and painted in earth pigments. (one flank restored)
[1]
h. 52 cm.
taxatie: € 600 - 1000  

catalogusnummer: 3517P
DRC., Zande, throwing knife,
with braided plantfiber grip and incised geometrical pattern. Ex collection Jan Sluijters, Amsterdam.
[1]
h. 43 cm.
taxatie: € 300 - 400  

catalogusnummer: 3518
DRC., Ngbaka, standing female figure,
with central incised elongated pattern on torso, dressed with belt, poker work on hair, shoulders feet and enkels. Male and female figures amoung the Ngbaka were placed at shrines as representations of the mythical ancestor. Provenance, Berndt Helleberg (1920-2008), Stockholm.
[1]
h. 39 cm.
taxatie: € 2000 - 3000  

catalogusnummer: 3519
Nigeria, Cross River, Ekoi-Ejagham, wooden dans mask, ca. 1900.
From a private European Collection
[1]
h. 20 cm.
taxatie: € 5000 - 7000  

catalogusnummer: 3521
Nigeria, Idoma, helmet mask,
with three vertical crests and bulbous horizontal hairdo surmounted by a comb on both sides. The face with open worked almond shaped eyes and mouth showing teeth. With blackish patina. Provenance, Jean Nies, Eersel.
[1]
h. 40 cm.
taxatie: € 800 - 1200  

catalogusnummer: 3522
Nigeria, hunters mask
shaped as a birds head. Partly covered in leather.
[1]
h. 23 cm.
taxatie: € 300 - 400  

catalogusnummer: 3525
Nigeria, Yoruba, Igbomina, three standing male Ibeji
rich patina. Provenance H. Heinemans, Eindhoven
[3]
h. 28,5 cm.
taxatie: € 800 - 1200  

catalogusnummer: 3526
Nigeria, Yoruba, Egba, male and female Ibeji
with blue beads, the eyes set with white metal.
[2]
h. 25 cm.
taxatie: € 800 - 1200  

catalogusnummer: 3527
Nigeria, Yoruba, Ibadan, standing female twin figure, Ibeji
the hair dress with a braided in knob.
[1]
h. 26,5 cm.
taxatie: € 500 - 700  

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