All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1960 item #1445082
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$35,000.00
Augustin Cardenas (1927 - 2001) biomorphic sculpture, ebony Wood signed monogram and dated 56 measures 8"h x 25"w perfect condition no cracks to the wood. Provenance "THIS SCULPTURE BELONGED TO A COLLECTOR FROM MIAMI, AND NAMED ROBERTO SALABARRIA, WAS ACQUIRED IN SPAIN IN THE '80S THE PIECE WAS PURCHASED BY THIS OWNER IN A ESTATE SALE WHERE IT WAS AUCTIONED".
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1950 item #1444974 (stock #1759)
L'Enfant Gallery
$1,875.00
From our African Collection: An African Songye Mask, 11" x 24" h. The Songye people, sometimes written Songe, are a Bantu ethnic group from the central Democratic Republic of the Congo...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1960 item #1444971 (stock #1758)
L'Enfant Gallery
$1,250.00
From our African Collection: A 3 Part Dogon Wooden Sculpture from Mali, circa 1960. 24" h. The Dogon are best known for their religious traditions, their mask dances, wooden sculpture, and their architecture...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1960 item #1444969 (stock #1757)
From our African Collection: African Baule Statue , circa 1960. Colon statues, a term derived from the French statues colon ("colon" is the French noun for a colonist), are a genre of wooden figurative sculpture within African art which originated during the colonial period. The statues commonly depict European colonial officials such as civil servants, doctors, soldiers or technicians or Europeanised middle-class Africans...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1970 item #1444968 (stock #1763)
L'Enfant Gallery
$1,000.00
African Maasai Pair of Figurine Lamps, 16" tall. The Maasai are a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting northern, central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Iron : Pre 1920 item #1444964 (stock #1766)
L'Enfant Gallery
$1,125.00
An African Makonde Kneeling Figure, circa 1900. 1.5" w , 10" h. The Makonde are known as master carvers throughout East Africa, and their statuary can be found being sold in tourist markets and in museums alike.The name Makonde art refers to East African sculptures or, less frequently, to modern paintings created by craftspeople or artists belonging to the Makonde people of northern Mozambique and southern Tanzania, separated by the Ruvuma river...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1920 item #1444963 (stock #1761)
L'Enfant Gallery
$1,000.00
African Baule Figure, 3" x 12"h, circa 1900. The Baule create art in several media, including wooden sculpture, gold and brass casting similar to their Asante ancestors, and mask and figure carving, which have been greatly influenced by their Senufo and Guro neighbors. The Baule belong to the Akan peoples who inhabit Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire. Three hundred years ago the Baule people migrated westward from Ghana when the Asante rose to power...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1950 item #1444893 (stock #1767)
Nigerian Cone Figure with three horns, black and white detailing. circa 1950. 4 x 13" h.
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1950 item #1444892 (stock #1762)
African Ivory Coast Horned Mask, 8 x 16" h.
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1960 item #1444889 (stock #1765)
From our African Collection: Gray Guro Mask 8 x 16"h. Between the Baule and the Yaure to the west, the Malinke to the north and the Bete and We to the south, the Guro people live surrounded by savannah and forest. They migrated from the north during the 16th century and number about 200,00. Guro villages have rounded houses in the northern area and rectangular houses in the southern region...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Pre 1940 item #1444887 (stock #1768)
L'Enfant Gallery
$1,250.00
African Luba Bone Nude Female Figure from the Democratic Republic of the Congo Lega peoples, circa 1940. Measures 10" tall. This possibly unique female figure in the corpus of Luba sculpture offers significant insights into the culture and worldview of the Congolese communities from whence it came...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Pre 1940 item #1444886 (stock #1771)
L'Enfant Gallery
$1,875.00
African Lega Bone Figure from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, circa 1940. Measures 12" tall. The Lega peoples live on the southeastern edge of the central African rainforests of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. From the mid to late 1800s, the Lega and adjacent peoples were raided for the Indian Ocean trade in slaves and ivory. In 1885, the Lega were brought into the Congo Free State, which became the Belgian Congo in 1908...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1960 item #1444884 (stock #1776)
L'Enfant Gallery
$1,000.00
From our African Collection: A Luba Mask from the Democratic Republic of Congo, circa 1950. 12 x 16" h, 6.5" deep. The Luba people or Baluba are an ethno-linguistic group indigenous to the south-central region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The majority of them live in this country, residing mainly in its Katanga, Kasai, and Maniema provinces. The Baluba consist of many sub-groups who speak various dialects of Luba (e.g...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1960 item #1444880 (stock #1769)
L'Enfant Gallery
$1,250.00
From our African Collection: African Baule Colon Statue Pair, circa 1960. olon statues, a term derived from the French statues colon ("colon" is the French noun for a colonist), are a genre of wooden figurative sculpture within African art which originated during the colonial period. The statues commonly depict European colonial officials such as civil servants, doctors, soldiers or technicians or Europeanised middle-class Africans...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Pre 1960 item #1444879 (stock #1775)
African Yoruba Beaded Vessel, measuring 4"d, 12" h. The arts of the Yoruba are as numerous as their deities, and many objects are placed on shrines to honor the gods and the ancestors...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1970 item #1444878 (stock #1773)
From our African Collection: a Red Guro Mask from Guinea, circa 1970. This work measures 7 x 17' h, and is available for purchase. Between the Baule and the Yaure to the west, the Malinke to the north and the Bete and We to the south, the Guro people live surrounded by savannah and forest. They migrated from the north during the 16th century and number about 200,00. Guro villages have rounded houses in the northern area and rectangular houses in the southern region. Village life is regulated by ...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1970 item #1444877 (stock #1774)
From our African Collection: a Guro Mask from Guinea, circa 1970. This work measures 6 x 18" h, and is available for purchase. Between the Baule and the Yaure to the west, the Malinke to the north and the Bete and We to the south, the Guro people live surrounded by savannah and forest. They migrated from the north during the 16th century and number about 200,00. Guro villages have rounded houses in the northern area and rectangular houses in the southern region. Village life is regulated by a co...
All Items : Fine Art : Sculpture : Wood : Pre 1950 item #1444875 (stock #1780)
L'Enfant Gallery
$1,000.00
From our African Collection: A Lwena Ceremonial Mask from Zambia, circa 1950 9 x 16" h . The Lwena people, also spelled Lovale,Luvale, Balovale, Lubale, as well as Lwena or Luena in Angola, are a Bantu ethnic group found in northwestern Zambia and southeastern Angola. They are closely related to the Lunda and Ndembu to the northeast, but they also share cultural similarities to the Kaonde to the east, and to the Chokwe and Luchazi, important groups of eastern Angola. The Luvale are noted f...