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Great Artworks /Judit Szanyel Carved wooden, ''Dogon''Doors from Mali Africa. African House, Classic Doors, Cool Doors, Modern Door, Entrance Doors, Doorway, Steel Doors, Door Knockers, West Africa

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A Dogon Door Dogon Door, Koundou Guina, Mali. Since the Dogon language is oral, the Dogon often record their history in wood carvings, such as this door. This door deals with Dogon Cosmology and the Dogon migration that took place during the to Old Doors, Windows And Doors, Deco Ethnic Chic, Vernacular Architecture, Door Gate, Unique Doors, 3d Prints, Door Knockers, Doorway

A Dogon Door

Since the Dogon language is oral, the Dogon record their history in wood carvings. Many of these carvings are done on doors (and in smaller version, on window shutters). Such doors have become favored artifacts and are sought worldwide by collectors. The door in this photo is a common motif dealing with Dogon Cosmology and the Dogon migration that took place during the 12th to 15th centuries from ancestral lands to their current location on the Bandiagara Escarpment. The story is as follows…

High back stool from the Tabwa people of Zaire - late century - wood African Furniture, Art Furniture, Furniture Design, Tribal Art, Tribal Decor, African Room, Afrique Art, Soul Art, African Masks

Africa: The Art of a Continent

Africa | High back stool from the Tabwa people of Zaire | Late 19th century | Wood

Ngombe Stool, Democratic Republic of the Congo Yves Saint Laurent Collection African Design, African Art, African Style, Antique Brass Chandelier, African Furniture, African House, Ceramic Stool, Congo, Minimalist Pattern

ngombé siège ||| furniture

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Decorative Ivory Coast Grainery Door with Animal Motif Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, Best Door Designs, African Furniture, African House, Cultural Crafts, Afrique Art, Door Knobs And Knockers, African Sculptures

Antique and Vintage Doors and Gates - 1,357 For Sale at 1stDibs

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I think the curve of the support and the legs are interesting. This would be great in a mix of metal and wood or acrylic and wood. Baby Furniture Sets, Furniture Direct, Cheap Furniture, Wood Furniture, Furniture Design, African Design, African Art, Art Et Architecture, African Furniture

AFRICAN TRIBAL ART GALLERY - Tribal Gathering London - Bryan Reeves

Chiefs stool, Tanzania. (Gallery - Tribal Gathering London - Bryan Reeves)

Royal Stool, Ghana, Asante people, ca. Wood and silver, 14 x 23 x 13 inches. Ghana, African Life, African House, African Furniture, Dallas Museums, Afrique Art, African Sculptures, Luxury Furniture Brands, African Masks

African Cosmos: Stellar Arts / Celestial guidance || National Museum of African Art

Africa | Royal stool from the Asante people of Ghana | Wood, silver repoussé | ca. 1860 | Among Ghana's Akan peoples, including the Asante, the stool symbolizes royal authority and is a personal object connected to the soul of its owner. This stool, believed to have belonged to the Asante king Kofi Kakari (1837­1884), was confiscated from his palace by British colonial authorities in 1873.

Trône "mbenza ya ngana" - Songo, Angola Trône : Cet objet est un trône mbenza ya ngana. Il est fait de vois, de laiton et de pigments. On l’a trouvé en Angola. Il mesure 74 cm de haut. Il se trouve au Musée Dapper. African Furniture, Afrique Art, Geometric Sculpture, African Sculptures, Art Premier, Sculpture Painting, Classical Art, Art Object, Tribal Art

L'art angolais s'expose à Paris - L'Arbre aux 100.000 Rêves

L’exposition « Angola, figures du pouvoir » s’est ouverte hier au musée Dapper, à Paris. Réunissant près de 140 oeuvres majeures, cette exposition est la plus riche jamais organisée en France sur les arts des peuples angolais. Les masques, les statuettes, les ...Lire la suite...