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Tierra del Fuego 1923

EMU MAN performs TOTEM MAGIC for EDIBLE BULBS with a head-dress representing the sacred totem of his group. This man is working magic that is to make emus abundant for the hunters of his tribe.

Brooklyn Museum: Arts of Africa: Female Figure with Medicinal Charge (Musinju). Culture: Kasongo Medium: Wood, metal, resin Place Made: Maniema Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo Dates: 19th century

Brooklyn Museum: Arts of Africa: Female Figure with Medicinal Charge (Musinju). Culture: Kasongo Medium: Wood, metal, resin Place Made: Maniema Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo Dates: century

Art Primitif Africain Agalom

Dancer in traditional costume during a Presidential visit - Ivory Coast, 1947 - scanned vintage print.

African Masks

African Masks

Masks are often a part of the African culture. Used in dance or ceremonial purposes, African masks can have a religious meaning. The carver of the mask will look to their ancestors for guidance while carving the mask.

Tribal Art, Art Crafts, African Art, Headdress, Ethnic, Africans, Handmade Crafts, Headpiece, African Artwork

Great guides for eating in the wild in the Pacific Northwest - Northern Bushcraft - Foraging in the Pacific Northwest

Native American Masks (Northwest Indian masks, ceremonial Hopi masks, and other tribal mask art)

African Benin Queen Ife bronze portrait Queen head Nigeria 12"H in | eBay

African Benin Queen Ife bronze portrait Queen head Nigeria 12 H

Tribal masks - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 2

Chihongo face mask, Chokwe peoples, Democratic Republic of the Congo or Angola , late century Dallas Museum of Art , African Collection Fund

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