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Classifications: Sculpture

Classifications: Sculpture
Standing Figure of Eshu
Nigerian
early 20th century
2012.11
Female figure
Yoruba
19th century
68.67
Janiform figure
Nigerian
81.17.543
Mother and child
Urhobo
81.17.576
Mother and child for Sango
Nigerian
19th century
81.17.594
Figure for Esu
Nigerian
81.17.597
Female figure (Olumeye)
Nigerian
81.17.604
mother and child
Nigerian
81.17.605
Figure (Ere Ebeji)
Nigerian
81.17.607
Figure (Ere Ibeji)
Nigerian
81.17.608
Figure (Ere Ibeji)
Nigerian
81.17.609
Figure
Nigerian
81.17.709
Figure (ekpu)
Nigerian
ca. 18th century - 19th century
81.17.515
Female figure
Ibibio
81.17.516
Plaque: Chief with warrior
Nigerian
ca. 1600-1650
58.134
Standing Male figure
Nigerian
68.135
Veranda post
Yoruba
early 20th century
76.34
Ere Ibeji (Twin Images): Female
Yoruba
20th century
2006.92
Ibeji Figure
Yoruba
2013.20.3
Ibeji Figure
Yoruba
2013.20.5
Ibeji Figure
Yoruba
2013.20.6
Ibeji Figure
Yoruba
2013.20.8
Ibeji Figure
Yoruba
2013.20.4.1
Ibeji Figure
Nigerian
2013.20.2
Ibeji Figure
Yoruba
2013.20.7
Ibeji Figure
Yoruba
2013.20.4.2
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.