Morceau d'écorce de sagoutier et pigments naturels. Possibilité de socle sur demande (60 euros en sus).
Painting on bark collected in upper Sepik area in Papua New Guinea. Those painted sago palm bark are displayed on the inside part of the roof of the spirit house and represent in a abstract or representational way the faiths of clans. Assembled the some in the others, they so hide the ceilings of these big prestigious Haus Tambaran. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York presents in its permanent collection a complete roof reconstruction decorated with this kind of panels.
Piece of sago bark and natural pigments. Base on request only (60 euros extra costs). DECOUVREZ NOS FILMS ET PHOTOS DE COLLECTE /. FIND OUR FILM AND FIELD PICTURES. => Copy : "FACEBOOK ARTIFACT Art Tribal Océanien".
=> Copy : "COMPILATION" sur you tube (David GODREUIL). The item "Ecorce peinte Kwoma, painted sago bark ceiling, oceanic art, Papua New Guinea" is in sale since Thursday, February 11, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Pacific Islands & Oceania".
The seller is "art-tribal-oceanien" and is located in Louannec. This item can be shipped worldwide.