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Background imageEthnography Collection: Haida Eagle clan totem pole (painted wood)

Haida Eagle clan totem pole (painted wood)
XBP229262 Haida Eagle clan totem pole (painted wood) by Canadian School; Private Collection; Photo © Boltin Picture Library

Background imageEthnography Collection: Momolu Massaquoi, Nashville, USA, c. 1890 (gelatin silver print)

Momolu Massaquoi, Nashville, USA, c. 1890 (gelatin silver print)
622849 Momolu Massaquoi, Nashville, USA, c.1890 (gelatin silver print) by Giers & Koellein (fl.1890); 14.1x9.8 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Momolu Massaquoi (1872-1938)

Background imageEthnography Collection: Korvack pipe with carved Polar Bears (ivory)

Korvack pipe with carved Polar Bears (ivory)
XBP229257 Korvack pipe with carved Polar Bears (ivory) by Siberian School; length: 10.8 cm; Private Collection; Photo eBoltin Picture Library; out of copyright

Background imageEthnography Collection: The Linton panel, San, South Africa, possibly 18th or 19th century (detail of men and animals)

The Linton panel, San, South Africa, possibly 18th or 19th century (detail of men and animals) (stone)
HSC104298 The Linton panel, San, South Africa, possibly 18th or 19th century (detail of men and animals) (stone, ochre and other pigments); South African Museum, Cape Town

Background imageEthnography Collection: 'Giraffe and Camel' pattern blue and white transfer-print plate, detail, English

'Giraffe and Camel' pattern blue and white transfer-print plate, detail, English, c.1815 (earthenware)
PT104412 'Giraffe and Camel' pattern blue and white transfer-print plate, detail, English, c.1815 (earthenware); Private Collection; out of copyright

Background imageEthnography Collection: Reliquary figure, MaHongwe, Gabon, 19th century (wood and metal)

Reliquary figure, MaHongwe, Gabon, 19th century (wood and metal)
HSC104251 Reliquary figure, MaHongwe, Gabon, 19th century (wood and metal); 54.5x19x11 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageEthnography Collection: Veracruz Tutonaca Stone Hacha, c.550-850 A.D

Veracruz Tutonaca Stone Hacha, c.550-850 A.D
BON46960 Veracruz Tutonaca Stone Hacha, c.550-850 A.D.; Private Collection; Photo © Bonhams, London, UK

Background imageEthnography Collection: Kota reliquary figure (mbulu ngulu); Mayan polychrome tripod plate (c.550-950 AD)

Kota reliquary figure (mbulu ngulu); Mayan polychrome tripod plate (c.550-950 AD)
BON46953 Kota reliquary figure (mbulu ngulu); Mayan polychrome tripod plate (c.550-950 AD); Stone sculpture of the falcon headed god Horus; Cook Islands stool; Private Collection; Photo © Bonhams

Background imageEthnography Collection: Bekom Helmet Mask and a Bamum Bush Cow Mask

Bekom Helmet Mask and a Bamum Bush Cow Mask
BON46947 Bekom Helmet Mask and a Bamum Bush Cow Mask; Private Collection; Photo © Bonhams, London, UK

Background imageEthnography Collection: Mask, c.1845 (painted wood)

Mask, c.1845 (painted wood)
PEM216350 Mask, c.1845 (painted wood) by American School, (19th century); height: 33 cm; Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, USA

Background imageEthnography Collection: November,from a menological icon, Russian, 18th century (tempera on panel)

November,from a menological icon, Russian, 18th century (tempera on panel)
RIK84152 November,from a menological icon, Russian, 18th century (tempera on panel); 31.3x26.6 cm; Private Collection; © Richard and Kailas Icons, London, UK

Background imageEthnography Collection: Calabash or 'umeke pakaka' bowl from Hawaii (koa wood)

Calabash or 'umeke pakaka' bowl from Hawaii (koa wood)
BON83868 Calabash or 'umeke pakaka' bowl from Hawaii (koa wood); diam.: 43 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Bonhams, London, UK

Background imageEthnography Collection: Ancestral figurine in the form of Matakau, god of fair weather from Fiji, c.1750

Ancestral figurine in the form of Matakau, god of fair weather from Fiji, c.1750
BON83851 Ancestral figurine in the form of Matakau, god of fair weather from Fiji, c.1750; height: 69 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Bonhams, London, UK

Background imageEthnography Collection: Mask with incised zig-zag and striated patterns and an attached beard

Mask with incised zig-zag and striated patterns and an attached beard and headpiece from the Masango tribe of
BON83844 Mask with incised zig-zag and striated patterns and an attached beard and headpiece from the Masango tribe of the Gabon

Background imageEthnography Collection: Moccasin (mixed media)

Moccasin (mixed media)
PEM216340 Moccasin (mixed media) by American School, (18th century); length: 24 cm; Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, USA; (add.info.: made from leather, metal, glass beads)

Background imageEthnography Collection: Figure of an Oni, Ife (zinc brass), c. 14th c

Figure of an Oni, Ife (zinc brass), c. 14th c
DBP412941 Figure of an Oni, Ife (zinc brass), c. 14th c. by Yoruba Culture; height: 47 cm; Private Collection; Photo eDirk Bakker; African, out of copyright

Background imageEthnography Collection: Head from Rafin Kura, Nigeria, 500 BC - 200 AD (terracotta)

Head from Rafin Kura, Nigeria, 500 BC - 200 AD (terracotta)
DBP412940 Head from Rafin Kura, Nigeria, 500 BC - 200 AD (terracotta) by Nok Culture; height: 36 cm; Private Collection; Photo eDirk Bakker; African, out of copyright

Background imageEthnography Collection: Kalabari screen (wood)

Kalabari screen (wood)
GLS219831 Kalabari screen (wood) by Nigerian School, (19th century); St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, Glasgow, UK; © CSG CIC Glasgow Museums Collection

Background imageEthnography Collection: Female Statue, Ibo (wood)

Female Statue, Ibo (wood)
XIR373175 Female Statue, Ibo (wood) by Nigerian School, (19th-20th century); 147x58x47 cm; Musee des Arts d'Afrique et d'Oceanie, Paris, France; (add.info.: Statue feminine, Ibo;)

Background imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography Collection: Kwele Mask, Zaire (wood)

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

Background imageEthnography Collection: Male Figure (mixed media)

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

Background imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography 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 imageEthnography Collection: Senoufo mask (wood)

Senoufo mask (wood)
XLC468117 Senoufo mask (wood) by African School; Musee de la Vieille Charite, Marseille, France; (add.info.: Masque Senoufo;)

Background imageEthnography Collection: Kore Society hyena mask, from the Bambara tribe, Mali (wood)

Kore Society hyena mask, from the Bambara tribe, Mali (wood)
XIR425262 Kore Society hyena mask, from the Bambara tribe, Mali (wood) by African School; Musee du Quai Branly et des Arts Premiers, Paris, France; (add.info.: Hyene mask of the Society of Kore)

Background imageEthnography Collection: Memory Figure Sitting on a Stool, Akan Culture, Ghana (terracotta)

Memory Figure Sitting on a Stool, Akan Culture, Ghana (terracotta)
HSC181696 Memory Figure Sitting on a Stool, Akan Culture, Ghana (terracotta) by African School; height:44 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageEthnography Collection: Asante oath taking sword or, Mponponsuo, from Ghana (gold & leopard skin)

Asante oath taking sword or, Mponponsuo, from Ghana (gold & leopard skin)
XBP228673 Asante oath taking sword or, Mponponsuo, from Ghana (gold & leopard skin) by African School; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageEthnography Collection: Equestrian figure, Dogon Peoples, Mali, 19th-20th century (wrought iron)

Equestrian figure, Dogon Peoples, Mali, 19th-20th century (wrought iron)
2636058 Equestrian figure, Dogon Peoples, Mali, 19th-20th century (wrought iron) by African School; 19.7x9.5x21 cm; Dallas Museum of Art, Texas

Background imageEthnography Collection: Songye power figure (copper) (detail of 198855)

Songye power figure (copper) (detail of 198855)
HSC198854 Songye power figure (copper) (detail of 198855) by African School; Private Collection; (add.info.: probably a frightening kifwebe mask;); Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageEthnography Collection: Pot, Yoruba, Nigeria (ceramic)

Pot, Yoruba, Nigeria (ceramic)
HSC199830 Pot, Yoruba, Nigeria (ceramic) by African School; Horniman Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: used for palm wine or water;); Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageEthnography Collection: Head of a figurine, from Ifa, Nigeria, 12th-14th century (terracotta)

Head of a figurine, from Ifa, Nigeria, 12th-14th century (terracotta)
XIR216439 Head of a figurine, from Ifa, Nigeria, 12th-14th century (terracotta) by African School; 15.5x11.5x12.3 cm; Musee du Quai Branly et des Arts Premiers, Paris, France

Background imageEthnography Collection: Asante helmet worn by officials, from Ghana (gold and animal skin)

Asante helmet worn by officials, from Ghana (gold and animal skin)
XBP228648 Asante helmet worn by officials, from Ghana (gold and animal skin) by African School; Private Collection; Photo © Boltin Picture Library

Background imageEthnography Collection: Benin Plaque, Nigeria (brass)

Benin Plaque, Nigeria (brass)
HSC206662 Benin Plaque, Nigeria (brass) by African School; Horniman Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: plaques adorned wooden pillars of royal palace; Portuguese figure on right holds a manilla)

Background imageEthnography Collection: Five Tutsi miniature baskets, from Rwanda and Burundi, first half of the 20th century (grass)

Five Tutsi miniature baskets, from Rwanda and Burundi, first half of the 20th century (grass, black & red dye)
HSC99324 Five Tutsi miniature baskets, from Rwanda and Burundi, first half of the 20th century (grass, black & red dye) by African School; h:28, 23, 11, 14

Background imageEthnography Collection: Door with a relief depicting a horseman, Baule Population, from the Ivory Coast

Door with a relief depicting a horseman, Baule Population, from the Ivory Coast, 18th-20th century (wood)
XIR216656 Door with a relief depicting a horseman, Baule Population, from the Ivory Coast, 18th-20th century (wood) by African School; Musee du Quai Branly et des Arts Premiers, Paris

Background imageEthnography Collection: Ring from Ghana (gold)

Ring from Ghana (gold)
HSC186323 Ring from Ghana (gold) by African School; Private Collection; Photo © Heini Schneebeli

Background imageEthnography Collection: Standing power figure (nkisi nkondi), late 19th to early 20th century (wood, iron, raffia)

Standing power figure (nkisi nkondi), late 19th to early 20th century (wood, iron, raffia, ceramic, pigment, kaolin)
1071038 Standing power figure (nkisi nkondi), late 19th to early 20th century (wood, iron, raffia, ceramic, pigment, kaolin, red camwood, resin, dirt, leaves)



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