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Bamileke beaded Elephant mask, Cameroon Headdress, Statues, African Masks, African Art, African Tribes, Masquerades, Folk Costume, Costumes, Art Premier

Africa Elephant Mask from the Bamiléké people of Cameroon Postcard; publisher Hoa-Qui n° 3720

Masai. - This is a Real Person! Buddha

Masai. - This is a Real Person!

Femmes bâtisseuses Ayerou, Niger.  http://www.objectif-developpement.fr//concours/galerie/photo/1561

architecture africaine : femmes bâtisseuses Ayerou, Niger. peinture décorative extérieure, motifs géométriques

Africa | Kuosi (Elephant Mask) Society Costume.  Cameroon | Fabric, fur, hair, beads, ivory, feathers, twine | Full costume consists of a full length tunic, long mask, wide headdress and fly whisk. Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, Feather Headdress, Hair Feathers, Feather Hat, Juju Hat, Masks Art, African Culture, African Masks

Bamileke ceremonial outfit with intricate pieces; glass bead embroidered elephant mask, feather trimmed over coat, horse/cow tail with glass bead handle, feather hat.

mask Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, Mascara Pintura, Art Populaire, Art Premier, Ivory Coast, Ivoire, African Masks, African Art

Senufo man wearing fire spitter mask (wanyugo) The man would dance around the cadaver and spit flames at the funeral of important Elders of Poro society in Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) Poro is a mens secret society.

Embedded Mascara Pintura, Duck Mask, Animal Masks, Anthropology, Body Painting, Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, African Masks, African Art

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Chokwe Bird Mask and ritual costume from Zambia - Francois d’Elbee African Homage (

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This African mask is carved out of ivory for the "Oba" (king) of Benin, and is believed to be dated from the 16th Century. This mask was actually not worn over the face, but rather as a pendant, either around the neck like a necklace or hanging from the king's hip, like a belt.

Princess Elizabeth Christobel Edith Bagaaya Akiiki of Toro (born 1936) is the Batebe of the Kingdom of Toro. She is a Ugandan lawyer, politician, diplomat, model and actress. She was the first female East African to be admitted to the English Bar. She is a paternal aunt of the current King of Toro, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV. She briefly (February 1974 - November 1974) served as Minister of Foreign Affairs under Idi Amin.

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Princess Elizabeth Christobel Edith Bagaaya Akiiki of Toro (born 1936) is the Batebe of the Kingdom of Toro. She is a Ugandan lawyer, politician, diplomat, model and actress. She was the first female East African to be admitted to the English Bar. She is a paternal aunt of the current King of Toro, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV. She briefly (February 1974 - November 1974) served as Minister of Foreign Affairs under Idi Amin.

(Visita il nostro sito templedusavoir.org) Coloured Girls, Body Art Tattoos, Girl Tattoos, Tattoo Girls, Figure Drawing, Figure Painting, Make Up Art, Female Portrait, Woman Portrait

Bretzel liquide, humour noir et photos étranges - page 2

I had to reformat these into gif as they were intended to be. Laolu x Maximus Sacred Art of The Ori For Colored Girls Photo/Visual by Ed Maximus Body Art Laolu Senbanjo Muse: Nadia

Africa | Hair jewellery of coins and white shell beads worn by a Fulani woman from the Upper Volta | ©Angela Fisher, Africa Adorned.  London: Collins, 1984 // African Life, African Culture, African Women, African Art, African Tribes, African Braids, Tribal Women, African Beauty, African Fashion

Hair jewellery of coins and white shell beads worn by a Fulani woman from the Upper Volta on JSTOR

Aesthetic Sharer ZHR on Twitter: "African immigrants to Europe. Dutch photographer Dagmar Van Weeghel.… " Story Inspiration, Writing Inspiration, Character Inspiration, Character Design, Lady Capulet, Warrior Queen, Queen Aesthetic, Female Reference, Art Reference

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According to the photographer Dagmar van Weeghel: “The series was inspired by the experiences of my Zimbabwean husband who moved to Europe nine years ago.

phobs-heh:  Ouidah, Benin, voodoo ceremony - Egungun spirits

phobs-heh: Ouidah, Benin, voodoo ceremony - Egungun spirits

Superbe masque, Kifwébé, Songye..., Arts Primitifs à Salle des ventes de Chinon Art Premier, African Sculptures, Masks Art, Arte Popular, Mask Making, African Masks, Ancient Art, Anthropology, Statues

Accueil | Salle des ventes de Chinon

Africa "Kifwébé" mask from the Songye people of DR Congo Wood and pigments

Africa | A distinguished guest at a Tuareg wedding, this nobleman wears his finest indigo-dyed robe and attaches to his turban a cylindrical silver box containing verses from the Koran.  Niger, 1996 | ©Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher. Publication "African Ceremonies" African Culture, African Life, West Africa, North Africa, People Around The World, Tuareg People, Continents, Ivory Coast, African Textiles

A distinguished guest at a Tuareg wedding, this nobleman wears his finest indigo-dyed robe and attaches to his turban a cylindrical silver box containing v.

Burkina Faso woman beautifully decorating a mud wall. Senso

Burkina Faso woman decorating

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