Wood and Pigment mask - Aduma People, Gabon - CGM14
Wood and Pigment mask - Aduma People, Gabon - CGM14
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Wood and Pigment mask - Aduma People, Gabon - CGM14

$895.00
These flat light/dark masks are typical of the Aduma people.
Aduma masks are characterized by their flat surface, their domed foreheads, an angular nose, and small openings for eyes.
The mouth is often minimal or omitted. They are often painted in four sections, alternating light and dark.
Masks like these were used for initiation and other ceremonies.
Ex. Leonard Kahan Gallery, New York and Ex. Christopher and Genevieve McConnell collection.
Height: 15
Width: 11
Depth: 2 ⅝
Stand not included.
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