|Dimensions||45 × 20.3 cm|
Former Belgian African Art Collection.
This African yogurt mask is towered by birds and has braids carved into the hairstyle, divided into
3. It symbolizes prosperity. Traditional scratches are called “ngole”. This mask from Ivory Coast
It is also currently present at the festivities. Semi-matte wear in place, minimal chips.
The Yaouré are a subgroup of the Akan people living in Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana, along with
Burroughs and Gross. Their mutual influence is reflected in traditional sculpture. That
African art Yaouré or Yauré’s mask, Baoulé has a similar model, is dichotomous
indistinguishable groups, each group, sometimes with the addition of color pigments, and
lo, usually with a dark patina, appears at funerals or other ceremonies to end
Win the favor of the “Yu” spirit.
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