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Angolan Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 8 pictures in our Angolan collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Male Face Mask (Chihongo), Angola, Mid-late 19th century. Creator: Unknown
Male Face Mask (Chihongo), Angola, Mid-late 19th century. Creator: Unknown
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Ovimbundu wooden female figure, central Angola. Artist: Werner Forman
Ovimbundu wooden female figure, central Angola. Artist: Werner Forman
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Chokwe wooden stool with brass studs, northern Angola or south-west DR Congo, 19th-20th century
Chokwe wooden stool with brass studs, northern Angola or south-west DR Congo, 19th-20th century
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Wooden figure of a Chokwe chief, northern Angola or south-west DR Congo, 19th century
Wooden figure of a Chokwe chief, northern Angola or south-west DR Congo, 19th century
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Chokwe wooden figure, northern Angola or south-west DR Congo, 19th-20th century. Artist
Chokwe wooden figure, northern Angola or south-west DR Congo, 19th-20th century. Artist
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Chokwe dance mask of a type known as Mwana Pwo, Angola or DR Congo, 19th or 20th century
Chokwe dance mask of a type known as Mwana Pwo, Angola or DR Congo, 19th or 20th century
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St Paul de Loanda (Luanda), Angola, c1854 (1883)
St Paul de Loanda (Luanda), Angola, c1854 (1883)
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Natives of Benguela and Angola, 1848
Natives of Benguela and Angola, 1848
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Chokwe wooden stool with brass studs, northern Angola or south-west DR Congo, 19th-20th century Featured Image

Chokwe wooden stool with brass studs, northern Angola or south-west DR Congo, 19th-20th century

Chokwe wooden stool with brass studs, northern Angola or south-west DR Congo, 19th-20th century. Caryatid stool supported by a depiction of a matrilineal ancestor, her seated posture with hands behind the ears indicates mourning, reminding the living of the necessity of sacrifices to the dead. Imported brass furniture studs were often used to decorate prestige Chokwe carvings. From the Entwistle Gallery, London

© Werner Forman Archive / Courtesy Entwistle Gallery, London / Heritage-Images