Grebo Mask from Ivory Coast
Grebo masks circulated very early in Paris. These masks have particularly attracted the attention of Picasso, who owned a collection of African masks, and who was inspired by the Grebo mask, purchased around 1908, for the creation of his artwork, Guitare, the first cubist sculpture.
Masculine masks with geometric shapes are often recognisable thanks to their long nose, framed by two or several pairs of protruding eyes in a tubular form, sometimes threatening in appearance. The features of the feminine masks are smoother, more harmonious and serene.
Express and secure shipment with track & trace. Parcels are sent from Monday to Saturday via Chronopost. The shipment takes between 1 and 3 days for France; 2 and 5 days throughout Europe.
You can view and/or pick up the piece in Ajaccio, 20090 France.
- Ceremonieel masker
- Etnische groep / cultuur
- Regio / land
- 2e helft 20e eeuw
- Vintage - gebruikt met zichtbare tekenen van slijtage
- Verkocht met standaard
- 63×20×12 cm