Tribal and Folk Art

Tribal and folk art are produced in the jungles and villages of the world where ancestral customs continue today with each ensuing generation giving perhaps a new and updated twist on an old theme.  From Africa to Oceania to the villages of Latin America, these objects draw appreciation for craftsmanship, respect for tradition, and laughter from expressed whimsy.

  • WOODEN ELEPHANT MASK ADORNED WITH FUR, NEPAL
  • WOODEN MASK WITH BEARD, PENDE, AFRICA
  • WOODEN STANDING FIGURE, AFRICA
  • Ceramic Figures, Oaxaca
  • WOODEN-BASONGE-KIFWEBE-MASK-WITH-PROJECTING-MOUTH-LARGE-NOSE-NARROW-EYES-LINEAR-CARVING-AND-PIGMENTS-ZAIRE-AFRICA
  • WOODEN-DANCE-HEADPIECEMASK-IN-THE-FORM-OF-AN-ABSTRACTED-ANTELOPE-ON-A-BASKETRY-CAP-CA.-1940-BAMANA-MALI-AFRICA
  • WOODEN-KETE-MASK-OR-BENA-BIOMBO-WITH-SLENDER-FACE-MULTIPLE-EYE-HOLES-WITH-PROJECTIONS-CROWN-PROJECTION-AND-PIGMENTS-ZAIRE-AFRICA
  • WOODEN-SONGE-KIFWEBE-MASK-WITH-LONG-MOUTH-LARGE-EYES-AND-CREST-OVERALL-LINEAR-CARVING-AND-PIGMENTS-ZAIRE-AFRICA
  • WOODEN TRAIN, AMERICAN FOLK ART
  • WOODEN-ANTELOPE-MOTHER-AND-MOUNTED-CHILD-ON-BACK-HEADPIECE-WITH-LONG-HORNS-CHIWARA-AFRICA
  • Wood Dinosaur, Arizola, Oaxaca, Mexico, ca. 1985 A.D.147
  • Wood Folk Art Toy, Whale, Mexico, ca. 1990 A.D.030
  • Wood Giraff, Arizola, Oaxaca, Mexico, ca. 1985 A.D.145
  • Wood Goat, Arizola, Oaxaca, Mexico, ca. 1985 A.D.146
  • Ceramic Beer Fermentation Jar, Shipibo, Peru, ca. 1950 A.D.104
  • Ceramic Beer Fermentation Jar, Shipibo, Peru, ca. 1950 A.D.105

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