Bozo Antelope Mask

c. 1950
$1,980 USD
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Dimensions
W: 15.0" D: 14.0" H: 37.0"
Materials
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Collection #
CAA0713
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$150

Emulating the graceful form of an antelope, this colorful mask by the Bozo people of Mali brought forth the animal’s protective spirit during lively group masquerades. Worn by a concealed dancer, the antelope mask is one of several animal spirits of the savannah that would be represented in group performances. The elongated mask is fitted with carefully hand-carved horns and topped by a miniature dancer - who moved along with the human dancer below. Painted with vibrant colors and bold patterns, this animated mask is fantastic mounted on a wall as a decorative sculpture.

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