Sculpture Tiwara Bambara


Tiwara Bambara, Mali, wood, hair and brilliant patina.

H: 21,6 in.

The statue Tiwara represents a symbolizing gazelle is the goddess-mother (with the fawn on the back) or as it is the case here the male. It is about a tiwara of replacement of a classic style bambara. It was worn as a mask helmet.

Half 20th century. 

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