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Classifications: Sculpture

Classifications: Sculpture
Male Figure
Papua New Guinea
first quarter 20th century
2012.1.2
Standing Figure of Eshu
Nigerian
early 20th century
2012.11
Divination Cup (agree ifa)
Yoruba
late 19th century
2012.17
Male figure
Mossi
81.17.114.1
Female figure
Mossi
81.17.114.2
Female figure
Cameroonian
81.17.714.1
Male figure
Cameroonian
81.17.714.2
Ancestral ram's head
Bini
19th century
78.55
Seated Man
Congolese
68.54
Female "portrait" bust
Baule culture, Ivory Coast
68.58
Female figure
Yoruba
19th century
68.67
Seated monkey
Congolese
68.68
Toucan
Baule culture, Ivory Coast
68.70
Bird Image
Melanesian
19th century
70.3
Female figure
Zulu
81.17.1266
Male Figure
Ivorian
20th century
81.17.225.1
Female Figure
Ivorian
20th century
81.17.225.2
Human figure
Samburu
81.17.1060
Young girl mask: (Mwana Pwo)
Chokwe
20th century
74.64
Bat
Melanesian
81.17.1437
Horse figure
Mossi
81.17.125
Horse and Rider
Senufo
81.17.46
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