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Mask l Baule l Ivory coast l Le masque Kpan est le dernier à intervenir dans la danse du Goli, mascarade emblématique de la culture Baulé. Il symbolise, selon Susan Vogel, le prestige et le pouvoir suprême de la femme.

Mask l Baule l Ivory coast l Le masque Kpan est le dernier à intervenir dans la danse du Goli, mascarade emblématique de la culture Baulé. Il symbolise, selon Susan Vogel, le prestige et le pouvoir suprême de la femme.

Africa | Face mask of the "je" group "lomane" from the Yaure people of the Bouaflé region of the Ivory Coast | Wood | Masks with the depiction of a hornbill are called "lomane". Masks with two bird sculptures on top were considered as part of the "lo"-ensemble, which appears at funerals of wise men, after the "je" masks. "Lomane" used to dance around the body of the deceased, bending over the dead body and touching it.

Africa | Face mask of the "je" group "lomane" from the Yaure people of the Bouaflé region of the Ivory Coast | Wood | Masks with the depiction of a hornbill are called "lomane". Masks with two bird sculptures on top were considered as part of the "lo"-ensemble, which appears at funerals of wise men, after the "je" masks. "Lomane" used to dance around the body of the deceased, bending over the dead body and touching it.

Punu maiden mask from Democratic Republic of Congo Gabon (Gotham Gallery of African Art)

Punu maiden mask from Democratic Republic of Congo Gabon (Gotham Gallery of African Art)

Guro Mask, Ivory Coast | Lot | Sotheby's

Guro Mask, Ivory Coast | Lot | Sotheby's

Chokwe Mask

Chokwe Mask

Punu mask with cowrie shell decoration via Gotham Gallery of African Art

Punu mask with cowrie shell decoration via Gotham Gallery of African Art

Dan. Costa de Marfil

Dan. Costa de Marfil

Le masque africain Punu ou le culte des morts en Afrique

Le masque africain Punu ou le culte des morts en Afrique

Africa | ikwar’'or ikwara' mask from the 'Punu-Lumbo people of Gabon | Wood, black pigment and kaolin | ca. 19th to beginning of the 20th century

Africa | ikwar’'or ikwara' mask from the 'Punu-Lumbo people of Gabon | Wood, black pigment and kaolin | ca. 19th to beginning of the 20th century

Unknown Artist, 'Mask, Punu, Gabon,' Late 19th -Early 20th Century, Tambaran

Unknown Artist, 'Mask, Punu, Gabon,' Late 19th -Early 20th Century, Tambaran