Masque d´un costume de danse
Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée - Moyen Sepik
|Provenance||Taille||Prix d’appel / Prix d'Estimation|
|Ernst Schauerte, Berlin, Germany
E. Schauerte was employed as developement aid worker in Papua New Guinea from 1984 until 1989. He received the present mask as a gift in Kainantu in the Eastern Highlands.
B: 23 cm;
H: 17 cm
|600 EUR / 1200 EUR|
light wood, brown patina, striking broad face with pointed ears (flying fox?) and triangular projections above the forehead, fixed to ring-shaped wickerwork, slightly dam., abrasion of paint. According to old collection label on the backside originating from Kamanibit village in the Middle Sepik area.