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From the Gambia, this painting represents life of workers in Africa. It was made in 2012 by Modou Jatta L.
This painting depicts the exile of the African people for social, economic and political reasons. It was made in 2012 by Modou Jatta L.
From the Gambia, this painting represents an enchanted village. It was made in 2012 by Modou Jatta L.
This statue represents the female gorilla in eastern Cameroon. It was made in 1998 with wood cola, red pearls and cowrie shells.
This statue represents the Baoule monkey of Ivory Coast. It was made in 2002 with bubinga wood dyed in black and raffia fabric used as cache sex.
This art object is a Dan mask of Ivory Coast. It was made in 2007 with hardwood dyed in black and decorated with raffia and cowrie shells.
The statue depicts a panther in western Cameroon. It was made in 2008 with bronze colored gray.
This statue represents leopard's head from Benin. It was made in 2011 with bronze.
This statue represents a female panther from the west Cameroon. It was made in 2008 with bronze colored black and gray.
Manjai Baoule monkey Male mask Gorguy mask Female Gorilla Enchanted Kotu Doun-Doun Coconut Chair Female panther Panther Yoruba Woman Pygmy Ngo Djog-Lipô Giraffe Foulah lady Sohril Tribe Chief Basso o Working Life Baobab mask Balafon Manjai Yoruba Mask Jug Thinking man King Oron Queen Chiefdom Joujou Potimel Sohril Tribe Exile Leopard head Horn mask King Baso Dan Mask