Primitive Art

«There isn’t two forms of Art, there is only one: it’s the one whose basis is timeless and natural beauty. »
Jean-Auguste Ingres

Bozo Woman's Bust


Bozo woman's bust

H 86 x 29 x 15 cm / H 33,86 x 11,42 x 5,91 inch

Toma Mask


Toma mask

H H 72 x 28 x 17 cm / H 28,35 x 11,02 x 6,69 inch

Big White Disk


Beautiful disk with a hole in the center, from Indonesia. It is reminiscent of the yap, a primitive stone currency used in the monetary system typical of the islands of Micronesia. Its contemporary lines make it all the more distinctive.
Mounted on a matt black metal stand.

H 58 x 41 x 12 cm / H 22.83 x 16.14 x 4.72 inch

Mask Ivory Coast


From ancient times, no society has ignored the importance of the mask. From Greek antiquity to modern Africa, Asia and Oceania, masks have symbolized Gods, have incarnated beauty or fear, have expressed illusion but also order or tranquility. This is a very typical version from the Ivory Coast, in the effigy of a man, used mainly for traditional ceremonies. It's prodigiously modern, with its original aged patina.

H 67 x 25 x 10 cm / H 26.38 x 9.84 x 3.94 inch

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