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Background imageSchool African Collection: The Bishop of Tournai receiving the tithe of beer in tournai, 15th century (engraving)

The Bishop of Tournai receiving the tithe of beer in tournai, 15th century (engraving)
3781897 The Bishop of Tournai receiving the tithe of beer in tournai, 15th century (engraving) by Unknown Artist, (15th century); (add.info)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Prospero and Miranda watch the Tempest (colour litho)

Prospero and Miranda watch the Tempest (colour litho)
5988786 Prospero and Miranda watch the Tempest (colour litho) by Dugdale, Thomas Cantrell (1880-1952); Private Collection; (add.info.: Prospero and Miranda watch the Tempest)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Portrait of Pope Benedict XV

Portrait of Pope Benedict XV
XJL62079 Portrait of Pope Benedict XV by Fabres y Costa, Antonio Maria (1854-1938); Prado, Madrid, Spain; (add.info.: by y Costa Antonio Maria Fabres)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Map of France at the times of king Philip VI of Valois from 'Atlas Universel' by Houze

Map of France at the times of king Philip VI of Valois from "Atlas Universel" by Houze, 1851 Private collection
ELD4930388 Map of France at the times of king Philip VI of Valois from "Atlas Universel" by Houze, 1851 Private collection; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Myths and legends: Jason's ship, the Argo, leaves the ancient Corinth to go in search of

Myths and legends: Jason's ship, the Argo, leaves the ancient Corinth to go in search of the golden fleece
NWI4930255 Myths and legends: Jason's ship, the Argo, leaves the ancient Corinth to go in search of the golden fleece. Colouring engraving of the 19th century.; (add.info.: Myths and legends)

Background imageSchool African Collection: The Slotskirken of Christiansborg, Copenhagen, c.1850s (oil on fabric)

The Slotskirken of Christiansborg, Copenhagen, c.1850s (oil on fabric)
XOS5882295 The Slotskirken of Christiansborg, Copenhagen, c.1850s (oil on fabric) by Hansen, Heinrich (1821-90); 48.5x44 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Background imageSchool African Collection: Staff, 1800s-1900s (wood)

Staff, 1800s-1900s (wood)
XOS5884372 Staff, 1800s-1900s (wood) by African School; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: The Baboon Master (African) South Africa or Mozambique, probably Tsonga

Background imageSchool African Collection: Ten-Armed Durga Slaying the Demon Mahisha, 12th-14th centuries (cast bronze)

Ten-Armed Durga Slaying the Demon Mahisha, 12th-14th centuries (cast bronze)
1068952 Ten-Armed Durga Slaying the Demon Mahisha, 12th-14th centuries (cast bronze) by Indian School; 22.07x14.45x8.42 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas

Background imageSchool African Collection: Standing male figure, 19th-20th century (wood)

Standing male figure, 19th-20th century (wood)
1068594 Standing male figure, 19th-20th century (wood) by African School; 40.5x10.65x8.25 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas

Background imageSchool African Collection: Kero with geometric design, 1435-1600 (ceramic, slips)

Kero with geometric design, 1435-1600 (ceramic, slips)
1068453 Kero with geometric design, 1435-1600 (ceramic, slips) by Incan; 11.27 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA; (add.info.: Late Horizon, Inca period); The Nora and John Wise Collection

Background imageSchool African Collection: Bell in the form of a head, 16th to 19th century (cast copper alloy)

Bell in the form of a head, 16th to 19th century (cast copper alloy)
1068409 Bell in the form of a head, 16th to 19th century (cast copper alloy) by African School; 14.29 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA; (add.info.: Lower Niger Bronze Industry); gift of Mr

Background imageSchool African Collection: The crowd in Paris acclaims Napoleon I, accompanied by Lucien Bonaparte, 1873 (engraving)

The crowd in Paris acclaims Napoleon I, accompanied by Lucien Bonaparte, 1873 (engraving)
7418357 The crowd in Paris acclaims Napoleon I, accompanied by Lucien Bonaparte, 1873 (engraving) by Philippoteaux, Felix (c.1815-84); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Carved head of a man, Cameroon (sculpture)

Carved head of a man, Cameroon (sculpture)
7418352 Carved head of a man, Cameroon (sculpture) by African School; Museum d'histoire naturelle, Toulouse, France; (add.info.: Carved head of a man)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Headpiece, Cross River Ibo Culture, Nigeria (wood & pigment)

Headpiece, Cross River Ibo Culture, Nigeria (wood & pigment)
PFR204781 Headpiece, Cross River Ibo Culture, Nigeria (wood & pigment) by African School; height:40 cm; Private Collection; © Paul Freeman

Background imageSchool African Collection: Necklace, 1st century BC (glass)

Necklace, 1st century BC (glass)
1070601 Necklace, 1st century BC (glass) by Greek school, (1st century BC); 25.4001xx cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA; (add.info.: Hellenistic Greek); Museum League Purchase Funds

Background imageSchool African Collection: Kneeling female figure with bowl and child, late 19th or early 20th century (wood, kaolin)

Kneeling female figure with bowl and child, late 19th or early 20th century (wood, kaolin, glass or mica, & paint)
1068140 Kneeling female figure with bowl and child, late 19th or early 20th century (wood, kaolin, glass or mica, & paint) by African School; 54.6x25.4x24 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas

Background imageSchool African Collection: The dream of Saint Joseph, (sculpture)

The dream of Saint Joseph, (sculpture)
7130066 The dream of Saint Joseph, (sculpture) by Guidi, Domenico or Guido (1625-1701); Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome, Italy; (add.info.: The dream of Saint Joseph, Domenico Guidi)

Background imageSchool African Collection: African Mask Fang Mask (Gabon)

African Mask Fang Mask (Gabon)
GIA4773056 African Mask Fang Mask (Gabon) by African School; Private Collection; (add.info.: African Mask Fang Mask (Gabon)); © Giancarlo Costa

Background imageSchool African Collection: African mask. mask DAN (Ivory Coast), late 19th century

African mask. mask DAN (Ivory Coast), late 19th century
GIA4773048 African mask. mask DAN (Ivory Coast), late 19th century by African School; Private Collection; (add.info.: African mask. mask DAN (Ivory Coast), late 19th century); © Giancarlo Costa

Background imageSchool African Collection: Peter the Great: The Creator of the Old Russian Empire, illustration from Newnes Pictorial Book of

Peter the Great: The Creator of the Old Russian Empire, illustration from Newnes Pictorial Book of Knowledge
IL281076 Peter the Great: The Creator of the Old Russian Empire, illustration from Newnes Pictorial Book of Knowledge (colour litho) by Tennant, C

Background imageSchool African Collection: St. George and the Dragon, ninth panel from a nine-page folding parchment depicting religious

St. George and the Dragon, ninth panel from a nine-page folding parchment depicting religious figures
PEM237821 St. George and the Dragon, ninth panel from a nine-page folding parchment depicting religious figures, 15th or 16th century (painted parchment) by African School; Peabody Essex Museum

Background imageSchool African Collection: Doctor Pasteur examining boy infected with rabies. 19th century (engraving)

Doctor Pasteur examining boy infected with rabies. 19th century (engraving)
672844 Doctor Pasteur examining boy infected with rabies. 19th century (engraving) by French School, (19th century); (add.info.: Rabies (From the Latin: rabies, "madness")

Background imageSchool African Collection: Spoon, Fang Culture, from Yaunde Region of Cameroon (wood)

Spoon, Fang Culture, from Yaunde Region of Cameroon (wood)
HSC193978 Spoon, Fang Culture, from Yaunde Region of Cameroon (wood) by African School; height:22.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Kota Bwete Figure, Mindassa or Mindumu Culture, from Gabon or Republic of Congo (copper & wood)

Kota Bwete Figure, Mindassa or Mindumu Culture, from Gabon or Republic of Congo (copper & wood)
HSC193979 Kota Bwete Figure, Mindassa or Mindumu Culture, from Gabon or Republic of Congo (copper & wood) by African School; height:63.5 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageSchool African Collection: Standing figure, possibly Gbaya people, 19th-20th century (wood & fibre)

Standing figure, possibly Gbaya people, 19th-20th century (wood & fibre)
1068157 Standing figure, possibly Gbaya people, 19th-20th century (wood & fibre) by African School; 29.9x7.3x7.9 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas

Background imageSchool African Collection: Lancelot Arriving in a French Village (vellum)

Lancelot Arriving in a French Village (vellum)
3499749 Lancelot Arriving in a French Village (vellum) by French School, (14th century); Biblioteca Civica, Turin, Italy; (add.info.: Lancelot du Lac. Miniature, 14th century)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Lobi female statue, from Burkina Faso, 18th-20th century (wood)

Lobi female statue, from Burkina Faso, 18th-20th century (wood)
XIR71714 Lobi female statue, from Burkina Faso, 18th-20th century (wood) by African School; Musee des Arts d'Afrique et d'Oceanie, Paris, France

Background imageSchool African Collection: Emmeline Pankhurst addressing crowd, USA, 1911 (b/w photo)

Emmeline Pankhurst addressing crowd, USA, 1911 (b/w photo)
5858525 Emmeline Pankhurst addressing crowd, USA, 1911 (b/w photo) by Unknown photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Hand-held Cross, probably 18th-20th century (silver alloy, cast)

Hand-held Cross, probably 18th-20th century (silver alloy, cast)
1070502 Hand-held Cross, probably 18th-20th century (silver alloy, cast) by African School; 21x11.1 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, USA; gift of Dr. Hebe Redden and Dr. Kenneth Redden

Background imageSchool African Collection: Apsaroke medicine tipi, 1905, photogravure by John Andrew & Son (photogravure)

Apsaroke medicine tipi, 1905, photogravure by John Andrew & Son (photogravure)
STC225351 Apsaroke medicine tipi, 1905, photogravure by John Andrew & Son (photogravure) by Curtis, Edward Sheriff (1868-1952) (after); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection

Background imageSchool African Collection: Asante Adinkra hand painted smock, from Ghana (textile)

Asante Adinkra hand painted smock, from Ghana (textile)
XBP228669 Asante Adinkra hand painted smock, from Ghana (textile) by African School; Private Collection; Photo © Boltin Picture Library

Background imageSchool African Collection: The goddess Uma, Quang Nam province, 7th-8th century AD

The goddess Uma, Quang Nam province, 7th-8th century AD
3930211 The goddess Uma, Quang Nam province, 7th-8th century AD by Champa Civilisation, (2nd-17th century); Cham Museum, Danang, Vietnam; (add.info.: Uma or Parvati is the Hindu goddess of fertility)

Background imageSchool African Collection: African Mask. KWELE Mask (Congo)

African Mask. KWELE Mask (Congo)
GIA4773021 African Mask. KWELE Mask (Congo) by African School; Private Collection; (add.info.: African Mask. KWELE Mask (Congo)); © Giancarlo Costa

Background imageSchool African Collection: Postcard of the Castle, Pierrefonds, c. 1900 (b/w photo)

Postcard of the Castle, Pierrefonds, c. 1900 (b/w photo)
1720389 Postcard of the Castle, Pierrefonds, c. 1900 (b/w photo) by French Photographer (20th century); (add.info.: Pierrefonds, France : the castle, postcard, c. 1900)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Water pipe in the form of a seated female figure, late 19th or early 20th century (wood, hide)

Water pipe in the form of a seated female figure, late 19th or early 20th century (wood, hide)
1068131 Water pipe in the form of a seated female figure, late 19th or early 20th century (wood, hide, plant fibre & glass beads) by African School; 39.7x13.7x10.3 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas

Background imageSchool African Collection: Paper making: bleaching rag pulp. Engraving c1870

Paper making: bleaching rag pulp. Engraving c1870
866061 Paper making: bleaching rag pulp. Engraving c1870.; Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageSchool African Collection: Baga Standing Female Figure from Guinea (wood)

Baga Standing Female Figure from Guinea (wood)
HSC186372 Baga Standing Female Figure from Guinea (wood) by African School; height:83 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageSchool African Collection: Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794) French chemist, philosopher, economist, colored engraving

Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794) French chemist, philosopher, economist, colored engraving
1750752 Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794) French chemist, philosopher, economist, colored engraving by French School, (19th century); (add.info)

Background imageSchool African Collection: Kwele Mask, Zaire (wood)

Kwele Mask, Zaire (wood)
HSC185291 Kwele Mask, Zaire (wood) by African School; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageSchool African Collection: Male Figure (mixed media)

Male Figure (mixed media)
HSC185278 Male Figure (mixed media) by African School; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageSchool African Collection: Excavations in the dunes (photo)

Excavations in the dunes (photo)
XAM198127 Excavations in the dunes (photo) by Roman, (1st century AD); Leptis Magna, Libya; Ali Meyer

Background imageSchool African Collection: Doll, Bagirmi Culture, from Chad (wood)

Doll, Bagirmi Culture, from Chad (wood)
HSC193974 Doll, Bagirmi Culture, from Chad (wood) by African School; height:26.5 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageSchool African Collection: Souvenir Relief, from Ghana (ivory)

Souvenir Relief, from Ghana (ivory)
HSC194627 Souvenir Relief, from Ghana (ivory) by African School; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageSchool African Collection: Double Bowl, Tutsi Culture, from Rwanda (wood)

Double Bowl, Tutsi Culture, from Rwanda (wood)
HSC194615 Double Bowl, Tutsi Culture, from Rwanda (wood) by African School; 4.5x18 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageSchool African Collection: Northern Nguni or Tsonga Dance Staff (wood)

Northern Nguni or Tsonga Dance Staff (wood)
HSC193957 Northern Nguni or Tsonga Dance Staff (wood) by African School; height:64 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageSchool African Collection: The Old Almonry, interior view of the Abbey (photo)

The Old Almonry, interior view of the Abbey (photo)
XIR158877 The Old Almonry, interior view of the Abbey (photo) by French School; Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy, France

Background imageSchool African Collection: Asante Stool from Ghana (wood)

Asante Stool from Ghana (wood)
HSC186090 Asante Stool from Ghana (wood) by African School; height:28 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageSchool African Collection: At Nootka, 1915, photogravure by John Andrew & Son (photogravure)

At Nootka, 1915, photogravure by John Andrew & Son (photogravure)
STC225358 At Nootka, 1915, photogravure by John Andrew & Son (photogravure) by Curtis, Edward Sheriff (1868-1952) (after); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection



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