Bambara - 180757 - Tribal used African Bamun Beads figure - Cameroon. - Verkocht

Bambara - 180757 - Tribal used African Bamun Beads figure - Cameroon. kopen? Bied vanaf 75!
Bambara - 180757 - Tribal used African Bamun Beads figure - Cameroon. kopen? Bied vanaf 75!Bambara - 180757 - Tribal used African Bamun Beads figure - Cameroon. kopen? Bied vanaf 75!Bambara - 180757 - Tribal used African Bamun Beads figure - Cameroon. kopen? Bied vanaf 75!Bambara - 180757 - Tribal used African Bamun Beads figure - Cameroon. kopen? Bied vanaf 75!Bambara - 180757 - Tribal used African Bamun Beads figure - Cameroon. kopen? Bied vanaf 75!Bambara - 180757 - Tribal used African Bamun Beads figure - Cameroon. kopen? Bied vanaf 75!
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  • Bambara
TypeEtnografica
Periode1900 t/m 1944
TechniekGemengde Techniek
StijlAfrikaans
OnderwerpFiguur
Afmetingen37 cm x 11 cm x 11 cm (h x b x d)

Finely crafted african figure from the Bamun, Cameroon, in form of a man. 

Such figures are placed for prestige purposes. 

Hand carved from a single piece of wood, covered with cloth and embroidered with colored glass beads.

Height: 37 cm.

Taxatiewaarde: 225 - 275 euro.

The northern part of Cameroon has been Islamized and has no sculpture; on the other hand, the savannas of the west, the Grassland, are composed of three ethnic groups with ancestors in common. There are the one million Bamileke spread over the southwestern plateaus, in communities that have from 50,000 to 100,000 people; the 500,000 Bamenda-Tikar in the north; and, finally, the Bamum in the northwest, with a population of 80,000. The Bamileke resisting slave raids with suicide or rebellion, contributed very little to the Black population of the New World. The artistic production of the people living in the Grassland of Cameroon is closely associated with royal and societal ceremonies. Large figures, thrones and prestige paraphernalia are used by the king to assert his power.

Bamum (Bamoum, Bamoun, Bamun, Banun, Mom, Mum, Mun) social life was oriented toward the conquest of surrounding chieftainries, and forays were made into neighboring lands: from this stems a warrior mythology and an abundance of material symbols of strength. The Bamum produced large figures encrusted with beads and cowries. Noteworthy elephant heads cast in bronze. There are also: dance masks in the form of a long head and a high neck, also in animal-head form; footstools and thrones decorated and supported by animal or human figures. In the small kingdom of Bangwa, the heads of statues and masks feature puffed-out cheeks. The very characteristic sculpture in the round attains its apogee in a depiction of a horn-player who wears traditional headgear in the shape of a tiara; the thick double arc of his eyebrows overhang, and the mouth is treated in parallelepipedal relief under a heavy nose featuring well-shaped nostrils.


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