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BAMILEKE ELEPHANT MASK 11, Cameroon

Bamileke Beaded Elephant Mask, Cameroon These masks, with beads carefully…

Bamileke beaded Elephant mask, Cameroon

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

Elephant Mask, Early 1900s Africa, Equatorial Africa, Central Africa, Cameroon, Bamileke, Early 20th century

Elephant Mask, Early 1900s Africa, Equatorial Africa, Central Africa, Cameroon, Bamileke, Early 20th century

Medicine Man

The Bamilekè lives in the grass fields in the western providence of Cameroon. They were known as “the people down there” associated them .

Bamileke Mbap Mteng (Elephant Mask), Cameroon http://www.imodara.com/post/99735942489/cameroon-bamileke-mbap-mteng-elephant-mask

Elephant mask from the Bamileke people of the Grassfields of Cameroon, Woven material dyed black, red fabric and embroidered glass beads

Africa | Elephant mask from the Bamileke people of Cameroon | Natural fiber, lined with black fabric, heavily embroidered with glass beads.

Africa | Elephant mask from the Bamileke people of Cameroon | Natural fiber, lined with black fabric, heavily embroidered with glass beads.

Africa | Ritual or reliquary head from the Bamileke people of Cameroon | Covered with imported red cloth, glass beads, metal | ca. late 19th to early 20th century

Ritual or reliquary head from the Bamileke people of Cameroon; Covered with imported red cloth, glass beads, metal;

Africa | Elephant mask ~ 'tou-poum' ~ from the Bamiléké people of Cameroon | Raffia fiber textiles lined with black cloth, decorated with glass beads

Africa / Elephant Mask / 'tou-poum' / Bamiléké People of Cameroon / raffia fiber textiles lined with black cloth & decorated with glass beads

Publication: 1913. Colle, Pierre. Les Baluba (Congo Belge), Vol. II.	  Original language: French	  Caption translation: Sorcerer Dancer (Kif...

Kifwebe Sorcerer Dancer, Democratic Republic of the Congo Référence proposée…

Africa | Mask Ensemble of the Kuosi Society Member. Bamileke people, Cameroon | ca. 19th - 20th century | Fabric, monkey fur, glass beads, feathers, reeds, string, horsetail, ivory

Elaborate Mask Ensemble of the Kuosi Society, Bamileke people, Cameroon

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