Luba mask called "Madelena" - Democratic Republic of Congo

20th century
Tribal Art
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Mask representing a woman with a beautiful black hairstyle which contrasts with a white complexion. The cheeks are scarified with small crosses. This type of mask is commonly called "MADELENA".
Luba people of the territory of Manono, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Small burst at the level of one nostril and the upper lip.
H: 33 cm; Wood, natural pigments.
Portage traces
Provenance: Ex-Belgian collection, collected by Simonet Louis (1911-1974) around 1958.
Twentieth century
sold with its base

Ref: 4VI23V3UY2

Style Tribal Art
Century 20th century
Width (cm) 18,50 cm
Height (cm) 33 c m
Materials Wood
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
Location 69620, Ternand, France

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