Luba headrest - Luba people live in a vast area in the southeast of the West African democratic republic of the Congo.
Female (Pwo) mask. Chokwe peoples (Democratic Republic of the Congo). Late 19th to early 20th century C.E. Wood, fiber, pigment, and metal. Higher resolution photo.
Power Figure (Nkisi), 19th–20th century Kongo peoples; Democratic Republic of Congo Wood, paint, nails, cloth, beads, shells, arrows, leather, nuts, twine
Africa | Headrest from the Luba Shankadi people of from the small Kinkondia kingdom, situated close to Lake Kisale in the Shaba region of DR Congo | Wood, brass tacks and glass beads | ca. late 19th to early 20th century. Sold: 1,524,000 EUR. Attributed to the great Luba-Shaba 'miniaturist' (the works never exceed more than 20 cm) known as the "Maître de la coiffure en cascade / Master of the Cascade Coiffure" Kinkondja workshop
Democratic Republic of the Congo; Songye (Nsapo-Beneki) peoples Neckrest Wood H. 13.6 cm (6") The University of Iowa Museum of Art, The Sta...
Africa | Royal stool from the Luba people of DR Congo | Wood and metal studs | Attributed to the Buli Master who was known to imbue his works with particular emotional intensity | ca. 19th century
Africa | Detail from an ancestor effigy from the Hemba people of southern Niembo, DR Congo | Wood | ca. 1972
Africa | Chair with head on back and figures on rungs from the Chokwe people of Angola and DR Congo | Wood and hide | Late 19th to early 20th century
AFRICAN HEADREST FROM THE SHONA PEOPLE of ZIMBABWE
AFRICAN HEADREST FROM THE SHONA PEOPLE of ZIMBABWE | eBay
Africa | Mask from the Pende people of Dr Congo | Wood, fiber and metal | 20th century