Yoruba Nago mask of the Gelede - SOLD OUT

In African art Yoruba or Nago, the company Gelede celebrating the place of the mother-woman has a multitude of traditional masks.
The African mask itself is usually surmounted by a plateau or complex complex accompanied by various zoomorphic representations and / or anthropomorphic, all cleverly colored.
The Gelede cult is a practice of Yoruba present in Benin, which still takes place today.

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Data sheet

Presumed dating
Circa 1950
Size
49 x 32 cm
Ethnic group
Yoruba
Material(s)
Wood
Country
Benin
Origin
Tribal Art Collection Luxembourg
Condition
Excellent

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