2nd half of the 20th century - Good condition
BAULE masks are renowned in African art for the finesse of their features, with a mouth taut forwards, and half-shut eyes.
The summit of the mask is surmounted by a hairstyle decorated with imposing plaits.
The BAULE are established in the Southeast of Ivory Coast. They belong to the AKAN ethnic group. We can notice that their craftsmanship is not scary. The living conditions of the Baoulé are certainly among the best in the country and it shows up on their serene masks and their sophisticated statuary.
Country: Ivory Coast
Weight: 1,5 kilograms.
Delivered without base
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