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Tribal Art and Ethnographica
Description: Antiquities and tribal art
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A portal for african art lovers
Description: african-antiques, "A portal for african art lovers". A place of meeting for all lovers of genuine African or Oceanic Art . Present objects, objects for sale, collections, read subjects in the NEWS section,reports ,discussion, and much more.
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African ethnograghic collection
Description: Choose a country of the continent to study its collections.
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Anthropology Collection Database Query
Description: the Department of Anthropology at the California Academy of Sciences . here you find Anthropology Collection Database Query.
To view their collection type in the fields and click on the SEARCH button.
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ART PRIMITIF
Description: ART PRIMITIF: Art primitif Océanie, africain.
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Arts & Crafts Gallery, tribal art
Description: tribal art.
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Arts primitifs Afrique- Oceanie
Description: Arts primitifs Afrique- Oceanie.
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artsMIA Postcards
Description: collection from africa, oceania, and the americas.
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Asian antiques and tribal arts
Description: Asian antiques and tribal arts.
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CHRISTA'S, Fine Tribal Art Gallery
Description: showcase for fine tribal sculpture from Africa and India, and for contemporary Danish andWestern art inspired by primitivism.
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Collections - Pitt Rivers Museum
Description: From The Pitt Rivers Museum - University of Oxford :the museum displays archaeological and ethnographic objects from all parts of the world.In the Virtual Collections:The Forster Collection -collections of eighteenth-century Pacific art and material culture.The Project :shields and objects; ethnographic museums .
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Connections Across Cultures
Description: Connections Across Cultures . Art of the Yoruba of SW Nigeria, the art of the Asmat, Abelam and Highland peoples of New Guinea, and the art of the Native Americans of the Northwest Coast of North America. (student project ).
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Coyote's Paw Gallery
Description: Coyote's Paw Gallery Ltd. Traditional art from over fifty countries in Africa, Asia, Oceania, the Middle East and the Americas.Our extensive collections include tribal jewelry, clothing and rugs from Central Asia and India; sculpture, masks and costumes from West Africa as well as Tuareg nomad swords, saddlebags, amulets and tent ornaments from the Sahara; Indonesian textiles, masks, gongs and magic daggers; Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and Santo Domingo jewelry, baskets and rugs; and Tibetan bronzes, jewelry and paintings.
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Cultural Artworks
Description: Cultural Artworks is committed to offering authentic, high quality
artworks from many cultures of the world.
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Fine athnographic art
Description: Fine athnographic art.
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Galerie von Miller
Description: Galerie von Miller, Afrikanische Kunst und Kunst aus Ozeanien.
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Gallery DeRoche--Art of Africa, Oceania & the Americas
Description: Gallery DeRoche--Art of Africa, Oceania & the Americas.
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Gallery Lemaire - Tribal Art Gallery Amsterdam
Description: Tribal art from Oceania, Africa, Indonesia and New Guinea .Collection of objects such as statues, masks, jewellery, textiles and utensils.
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Gallery of Tribal Arts
Description: Brightpath is proud to offer some of The Finest Tribal arts , Religious Artifacts and cultural Treasures available On line .
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Hurst Gallery
Description: Hurst Gallery exhibits art of Africa, the Pacific Islands, and the Americas, Antiquities and Asian art.
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Indeigo arts
Description: Art and artifacts collected from Asia, Africa and the Americas.
includes textiles, pottery, furniture, tribal masks and sculpture and jewelry.
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Musée du quai-Branly
Description: Arts of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.
This collection, on view at the Louvre since April 2000, belongs to the musée du Quai Branly, which will open in 2004.
In a new gallery, refurbished by the architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, a selection of nearly 120 masterpieces from the earliest civilisations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas are displayed.
These works of art, selected by Jacques Kerchache, scientific adviser at the musée du Quai-Branly, come from public collections - the Laboratory for Ethnology of the Museum of Mankind, the National museum of Arts from Africa and Oceania, and some regional and foreign museums.
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New Orleans Museum of Art
Description: New Orleans Museum of Art: The NOMA collection of tribal arts from sub-Saharan Africa, collection of tribal arts from Oceania focuses on art works from Polynesia, Melanesia and Indonesia.
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Primitive Arts / Arts of Asia
Description: Primitive Arts,
Arts of Asia
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Rryannwillis
Authentic, rare and beautiful, fine African art.
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Shango Galleries
Description: Source for fine African, Precolumbian, American Indian, and Oceanic art.
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The Bayly Museum
Description: African Art from the Bayly Museum.
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The Bienenstein Gallery
Description: The Gallery displays a selection from the wealth of artistic works created by African and Oceanic people aquired from different collections in context with objects of art of the 20th century.
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the George Ortiz Collection
Description: the George Ortiz Collection
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The logan museum of Anthropology
Description: collections of the logan museum of Anthropology.
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the Metropolitan Museum's collection
Description: More than 11,000 objects of varied materials and types from sub-Saharan Africa, the Pacific Islands, and North, Central, and South America are overseen by a single curatorial department at the Metropolitan. Representing four millennia of greatly diverse cultural traditions, the department's holdings range from ritual sculpture and monuments of wood and stone to gold and silver ornaments, masks, costumes, and other textiles.
Strengths of the collection include decorative and ceremonial objects from the Court of Benin in Nigeria; sculpture from West and Central Africa; sculpture in wood from New Guinea and the island groups of Melanesia and Polynesia; and objects of gold, ceramic, and stone from the Precolumbian cultures of Mexico and Central and South America.
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The Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Description: The Minneapolis Institute of Arts houses more than 100,000 objects from diverse cultural traditions spanning 5,000 years of world history. The Institute is a comprehensive and encyclopedic fine arts museum serving the Twin Cities and the Upper Midwest and is recognized internationally as one of the great museums in America. In this link you can find collection of art from the broad geographical regions of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas .
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The World Of Tribal Arts
Description: The World Of Tribal Arts provide readers with the first magazine devoted to the traditional arts of tribal peoples from all corners of the world.
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Tribal Artifacts
Description: TRIBAL ARTIFACTS, INC. offers a consistent source for fine objects 'd art at affordable prices. Catagories usually in stock include, but are not limited to, hand made textiles & embroideries, carvings, ancestral & religious statuary, jewelry, beads, baskets, tools, and, occasionally, tribal weaponry. The areas drawn from for our inventory include southern China, Nepal, Tibet, Burma, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
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Tribal Arts Directory
Description: Tribal arts directory and exhibition.
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TRIBALMANIA Antique Ethnographic Art & Weapons
Description: TRIBALMANIA GALLERY : OCEANIC ART,ART OF THE PHILIPPINES,ABORININAL ART, AFRICAN TRIBAL ART,AFRICAN WEAPONS, ASIAN, NATIVE AMERICAN ART.
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welcome to gonebeyond fine ethnographic art
Description: ethnographic art from around the world with a focus on Southeast Asia and Oceania.
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World Tribal Arts
Description: Tribal Arts: African Art; masks ,figures,other Works.
Oceanic Art,Various World Tribal.
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Zanzibar trading company
Description: Tribal & ethnographic art and artifacts
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Tribal Photos:

Africa Revised - Nouveaux regards sur l'Afrique
Description: Africa Revised - Nouveaux regards sur l'Afrique
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africa-photo
Description: africa-photo
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archive of digitized photographs depicting the arts and cultures of southeastern Nigeria
Description: archive of digitized photographs depicting the arts and cultures of southeastern Nigeria. All of the photographs were taken in the 1930s by the late G.I. Jones, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge. This site is intended to serve as a research resource. It was designed to make these important photographs available to people who have a personal or professional interest in the art, history and ethnography of Southeastern Nigeria.
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Art and Craft Heritage Exhibition, Pietersburg
Description: Art and Craft Heritage Exhibition, Pietersburg.
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Dan Heller Photography
Description: This site contains over 7500 photographs from around the world, here you find photos on africa.
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Dogon, Lobi, Niger album and general architecture from africa
Description: photos of the people, architecture, arts, dances, way of life, villages, and more of the Dogon, the lobi and the Niger tribs.
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Papua New Guinea pictures gallery and travel commentary
Description: Papua New Guinea Pictures.
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Tribal Arts Review - OCEANIC , AFRICA, NATIVE AMERICAN
Description: A collection of images of Professor Ron Johnson from Humbolt University. Introduction to Tribal Art artefacts from Oceanic, Africa, Native America.
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TRIBAL PHOTOGRAPHY RESOURCE AND GALLERY
Description: TRIBAL PHOTOGRAPHY RESOURCE AND GALLERY
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Pacific:

Alcheringa Gallery - Fine Tribal Art of the Northwest Coast, Papua New Guinea, and Australia
Description: Alcheringa Gallery - Tribal Art of the Northwest Coast, Papua New Guinea, and Australia. see also Previous Exhibits section of papua new guinea , and current exhibits.
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Art - PACIFIC
Description: With photographs, text and maps a lot of information
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GALERIE MEYER-OCEANIC ART
Description: GALERIE MEYER-OCEANIC ART is the only Primitive Art gallery in Europe devoted exclusively to the fine arts of Oceania.
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Gallery primitive
Description: Gallery primitive
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Lost worlds arts
Description: PRIMITIVE ART AND FINE PHOTOGRAPHY
FROM AROUND THE WORLD
FEATURING A LARGE COLLECTION OF
OCEANIC MASKS AND FIGURES
PHOTOGRAPHY FROM ASIA, AUSTRALIA, AFRICA AND THE AMERICAS
The Lost World Arts Gallery, located on the island of Maui in Hawaii, displays an extensive collection of primitive art and fine photography from some of the most remote and inaccessible parts of our planet.
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Niugini Arts
Description: Tribal arts and artifacts from the often remote villages of Papua New Guinea and West Papua (Irian Jaya).
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Oceanic Art
Description: Michael Hamson Oceanic Art/Material Culture is a private gallery dealing in museum quality art primarily from New Guinea.
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Oceanic Arts Australia
Description: Oceanic and Aboriginal Tribal Art & Artefacts, from;
Papua New Guinea, Irian Jaya (West Papua),
Solomon Islands, Vanuatua, Fiji, Polynesia and Micronesian,
and the Australian Aboriginal cultural groups.
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Papua New Guinea
Description: Jane's Oceania Home Page exists to provide visitors with a window through which they can view life in various parts of the Pacific Islands
The Jungle Outpost Tribal Art Gallery at Reptile Gardens Featuring the Art of Papua New Guinea
Description: Art of Papua New Guinea.
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The New Guinea Sculpture Garden at Stanford
Description: During the summer of 1994, 10 master carvers from Papua New Guinea worked in residence to create a permanent outdoor sculpture garden of New Guinea Art at Stanford University. The project is not an attempt to recreate a traditional New Guinea environment but, according to Mason, "an opportunity to experiment with and reinterpret New Guinea aesthetic perspectives within the new context of a Western public art space."
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The Sago Spathe Painting Exhibit
Description: A virtual gallery of sago spathe paintings from the Sawiyano people of East Sepik Province.
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THE WORLD OF THE ASMAT
Description: THE WORLD OF THE ASMAT: The Art of the Asmat,Asmat Artworks:Shields, canoes, paddles, Ancestor or Bis poles,Drums, Ancestor figures, Horns, Spears, Sago Pounder and Sago Bowls, Masks.
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Tribal-Artifacts.com, NewGuineaArt.com - Art from New Guinea and Panama
Description: pages that contain specific categories of New Guinea art (plus a few items from other places in Oceania) and pages that contain a selection of photos of New Guinea.
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Welcome to the Asmat Art Gallery Konrad
Description: Welcome to the Asmat Art Gallery Konrad . The Asmat Art Gallery offers not only artifacts from a neolithic culture but also a wide variety of surprising objects from the various cultures of Indonesia.
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Books:

Galerie Peter Herrmann - Books and Videos African Art
Description: Books and Videos African Art from Peter Herrmann Galerie
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OAN - OCEANIE - AFRIQUE NOIRE -
Description: OAN has offered one of the most extensive inventories of books, magazines, exhibition and auction catalogues on the arts, culture, and ethnography of Africa, Oceania, Southeast Asia, and the Americas.
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Powell's Books
Description: Powell's Books : Australia and Oceania ,Indonesian and Oceanic , Pacific Northwest, African and more.
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Tribal World Books and LukLuk Gallery
Description: Tribal World Books and LukLuk Gallery
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Africa:

Art and Life in Africa Online Key Moments in Life Chapter
Description: Africans make art for life's sake. African art can no more be isolated from the lives of the people who make or use it, than can the art of the rest of the world.
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A place to explore the tribal arts of Africa and the great tradition of hand-knotted carpets and tex
Description: ETHNOGRAPHICA is a place to explore the tribal arts of Africa and the great tradition of hand-knotted carpets and textiles of the Orient. Ethnographica is proud to share some of the rare and extraordinary objects held in major museums as well as many fine pieces currently available from private collections.
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African Art
Description: The resources on the African Art being still poor on the net today, it was necessary to remedy it and to allow to the lovers of the art, to the lit(enlightened) amateurs and to the simple curious to appreciate the beauty of masks, the purity of the lines of statues and reliquaries, while keeping(guarding) for the spirit that all these details(rooms) had no claim in the beauty when they were sculptured, but rather an utilitarian side, because they existed only as support in ritual ceremonies, more important for the eyes of the Africans than their simple realization. Voila so the claim of this site, which, us the espèrons, will interest you.
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African art
Description: African art
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african art
Description: Masterpieces of African art
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African Art
Description: Private collections of african art. All exhibits are Pre-World-War II and are for sale.
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African art
Description: African art: baskets,beads,carvings ,masks,jewelry,and more.
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African Art at the Ralph Proctor Gallery
Description: Ralph Proctor Gallery offers a wide variety of traditional African artifacts from West and Central Africa. on-line exhibit, "Classical African Images,"and an on-line catalog of the Gallery's inventory now contains 92 of the more than 1,000 pieces in the warehouse.
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african art museum
Description: collection of African tribal art featuring over 1,000 artifacts from 100 ethnic groups. Items on display include wooden and bronze statues, masks, religious, ritual and domestic objects, furniture and weapons. Learn about art, culture and history of each ethnic group.
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African art the Barry D. Maurer collection
Description: When Barry D. Maurer, a lawyer and book collector, became interested in collecting African art, he decided to focus upon ritual artifacts used in rites of divination in Central and West Africa. Within a few years he assembled a remarkable collection that is unique in its focus and cultural breadth.
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AFRICAN ART: AESTHETICS AND MEANING
Description: An Electronic Exhibition Catalog
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african collection
Description: 11 years professional experience in Africa (Sudan, Zaire, Niger, Bénin, Togo) All items had been collected in Africa, mostly in villages with the elder people(village councils).
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African Connections
Description: Michigan State University Museum’s collection of African material culture.
From the Introduction:
Include the contribution of masks from Burkina Faso, West African textiles, an exceptional collection of sowei masks from Sierra Leone and Liberia, Ethiopian paintings dating from the 1930s, Tuareg metalwork from Niger, and figurative sculpture and masks from various parts of the continent. The most important acquisitions of Michigan State University Museum have been the research collections made in Somalia, Niger, Ethiopia, and South Africa. However, the focus of "African Connections" is not the objects, but the individuals who brought them to the Museum. The exhibition is about collecting.Here you may find a set of statements prepared by each of the major donors/collectors that provide insights into the meaning of some of the objects as well as how and why they were collected. In addition, there is a virutal catalog that presents information about each of the objects that comprise the exhibition.
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African Masks
Description: A collection of African Art. Includes; fine Baule, Dogon, Guro, Yoruba, Baluba, Ibo, Dan, Baga and Ibibio masks and figures .
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African Sculpture
Description: African Sculpture from the African Studies Center at the University of Pennsylvania.
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African Tribal Art Gallery
Description: African Tribal Art Gallery
tribal art, artifacts, antiques and collectibles
Exquisite African masks, statues, bronze sculptures and tribal artifacts
from all corners of Africa
authentic and rare works for the art collector.
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Ancient African art
Description: Ancient African art ,specialize in objects from central Africa ,classical objects from the Congo kingdom.
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ancient African art.
Description: old African art objects. Specialize in objects from central Africa ,classical objects from the Congo kingdom
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André Kirbach Afrikanische Kunst
Description: André Kirbach Afrikanische Kunst
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Art and Oracle A Scholarly Resource of African Art and Rituals of Divination - The Metropolitan Muse
Description: exhibition "Art and Oracle" that was in Metropolitan Museum at 2000.From the exhibition description: The "Art and Oracle" exhibition presents African artifacts created to communicate with ancestors, spirits, and gods in order to obtain insight into human quandaries. "Art and Oracle" focuses on some of the most imaginative works of African art inspired by the human quest to reach beyond the limitations of ordinary experience.The works presented in "Art and Oracle" were designed to capture the attention of the spirit world, whether through the efforts of highly accomplished artists in sculptures that evoke or celebrate spiritual forces, or through the application of raw matter that represents the distillation of a diviner's knowledge. They were created to connect personal concerns to those of higher powers, and thus to benefit from insights that lay beyond the scope of ordinary human perception. Like most religious art, this goal was achieved through images that use the familiar as a point of departure.
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Art from black Africa
Description: "Tribal, ethnic, ethnographical, classical, traditional, antique, primitive negro-"art from black Africa .
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Art from the African continent
Description: Art from the African continent.
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Arts Out of Africa
Description: Art Traditional.
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Authentic Africa
Description: Offer unique African findings and African tribal art. Highly collectible and beautiful, many of these pieces are one of a kind and have a genuine ceremonial or daily usage history. Our authentic selections represent the culture and craftsmanship of Angola to Zaire, from Ashanti to Zulu.
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beautiful things from africa
Description: Afribilia - African art, collectables, ephemera and more.
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Brussels non european art fair
Description: Brussels non european art fair.
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Civilization.ca - African Treasures from Tervuren ,Peoples of central Africa
Description: African Treasures from Tervuren Museum: Peoples of kongo,masks,maternity figures, chief's staffs , nkisi nkondi statues .
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classical African art
Description: Groen African Art is specialized in art from the Lobi of Burkina Faso and in the art from the Nigerian tribes like Yoruba, Igbo, the Niger Delta tribes and in pieces from the Igala, Idoma and Tiv.
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culturekiosque art exhibitions
Description: Exhibition of African Masks ,exhibition from Soudan, Hunters and Warriors and more.
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Dimondstein Tribal Arts
Description: This website features images of African tribal art from the inventory of Dimondstein Tribal Arts.
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Ethnix Tribal Arts Gallery
Description: The Ethnix collection is a virtual ethnographic museum, inspired by "the Secret Museum of Mankind". It represents more than 200 cultures in Africa and a combined 250 world wide. The collection includes fabrics, costume, baskets, masks, statues and edged weapons to many examples of fine indigenous jewelry.
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Galerie Peter Herrmann
Description: Old and Contemporary Art from Africa
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Galerie Walu collection of African art
Description: collection of African art
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Galerizarra Art africain, masques africains
Description: Galerizarra Art africain, masques africains Les masques primitifs dans l'art africain
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GALLERIA AFRICA CURIO
Description: GALLERIA AFRICA CURIO MASK AND CARVINGS, MASCHERE E SCULTURE, AFRICAN KNIVES AND COINS / FERRI E MONETE AFRICANE.
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Hamillgallery
Description: The works exhibited in our gallery, and images shown on this site, are traditional pieces from many of the major peoples of western and central Africa, selected to give a representative sampling of the subjects, techniques and styles of African tribal art
Works include masks, figures, artifacts, textiles, jewelry, books and posters giving an idea of the visual impact and spiritual power of tribal art. Traditional peoples represented include the Akan, Asante, Baga, Bali, Bamana, Bakongo, Bakota, Bamileke, Bamun, Bangwa, Bateke, Baule, Bembe, Benin, Bobo, Bozo, Bura, Bwa, Chokwe, Dan, Dogon, Eket, Ekoi, Ethiopian, Ewe, Fali, Fang, Fante, Fon, Guere, Guro, Hausa, Hehe, Ibibio, Ife, Igbo, Ishan, Kamba, Katsina, Kirdi, Kuba, Kwele, Lega, Lobi, Luba, Maasai, Mahongwe, Makonde, Mbaka, Mbuti Pygmy, Mossi, Mende, Mumuye, Nafana, Nalu, Namji, Ndebele, Nok, Nupe, Pende, Punu, Senufo, Songye, Suku, Tabwa, Tenenkun, Toma, Toussian, Tsogo, Tuareg, Urhobo, Wurkun, Yaka, Yaure,Yoruba and Zoromo.
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Jembetat
Description: Our present collection features objects from West, Central, and East Africa. The beauty of Tribal art is alive in ritual masks, bronze figures, statues and fetishes used in ceremonies and rites of passage. Wooden bowls, weapons, glass beads, and authentic jewelry offer a glimpse into the daily life and culture of people few of us will ever know. The extensive collection represents the mystery, beauty and simplicity of African Art which has inspired artists and collectors from Picasso to present day.
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Masks, african art and primitive paintings
Description: masks and more.
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Museum guality collectibles and original works of art from Southern, Central and Western Africa
Description: Museum guality collectibles and original works of art from Southern, Central and Western Africa
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Native African art and products.
Description: Source for native African art and products.
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Of The Earth...
Description: African ceramics :exhibition of approximately 90 pieces celebrates 2000 years of extraordinary creativity in clay.
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Peoples and Cultures of Africa
Description: Informative web site that provide insight into many of the wonderful aesthetics, beliefs, and histories of West African cultures. All articles on this site have been written by students in Anthropology/Africana Studies .
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Picard Trade Bead Museum and African Art Gallery
Description: The museum is dedicated to the history and aesthetic display of beads traded in Africa throughout the centuries. Over 50,000 beads and ornaments are encased in 48 showcases and 58 lucite wall panels in a 3,500 square foot gallery.
The museum is complemented with pieces of African sculpture and textiles.
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Portal for african art
Description: Portal for african art.
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The Art of the African Mask
Description: The Art of the African Mask
Exhibition Catalog
Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia.
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The Earth Transformed: Ceramic Arts of Africa
Description: The Virtual Research Center for African eramics.
This web site offers a visual journey into the history of African pottery and related art forms and focuses on the use of art collections as a foundation for an on-going discourse between scholars, museums, research institutions, collectors and the curious. The site features diverse resources for the study of African ceramic arts, including archives of collections, field photographs, and full texts; a comprehensive bibliography, links and lists of related resources; artist biographies; scholarly essays pertaining to African ceramic arts, technology and collecting; changing exhibitions; brief histories; and information on the Virtual Research Center for African Ceramic Arts, its participants and sponsors.
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THE MANY FACES OF AFRICA
Description: University of Virginia course on African arts, with images, bibiliographic information
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The Niger Bend Quality African Art Imports
Description: The Niger Bend carry all manner of art, jewelry, masks, figures, statues, stools, leather goods, neolithic and ethnographic items from across the continent.
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tribal art gallery
Description: Our tribal art gallery currently specializes in African textiles, Beads, Metal currency, terracotta, and a small selection of masks and statues
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TRADITIONAL AFRICAN ART
Description: TRADITIONAL AFRICAN ART , masks and sculptures ,musical instruments ,and others works of craftsmanship.
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Yoruba and Akan art in wood and metal
Description: Yoruba and Akan art in wood and metal .Welcome to Cutting to the Essence, Shaping for the Fire, an experimental on-line catalog.
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ART by Esti Goichman