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African Tribal Art Gallery
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Museum Quality Art
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Staffs, Walking Sticks, Canes
Stone & Terra Cotta
Stools, Seats, Chairs
Utensils for Cooking & Medicine
Utilitarian Objects
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African Tribes (search for art by tribe)
Aku
Asante, Ashanti

Bacham
Baga
Baka
Bamana
Bamileke
Bamum
Bassa   
Baule, Baoule
Bena Lulua, Lulua
Bidjogo
Bobo
Bongo 
Borana 
Bura 
Chokwe, Jokwe, Tshokwe
Cross River   
Dan   
Dan - Bassa
Dinka
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Giryama    
Guro   
Gurunsi
HeHe   
Hemba   
Ibo, Igbo
Jokwe, Chokwe, Tshokwe
Karamojong, Karimojong   
Kikuyu
Kissi     
Kongo
Kuba
Kwere   
Lega   
Limba   
Lobi 
Loko  
Luba   
Luba - Songye, Luba-Songe
Luba - Zella
Lulua, Bena Lulua  
Makonde   
Makua  
Maasai, Masai   
Mende   
Mossi
Ngbaka
Nok
Nupe
Nyamwezi
Nyankole, Nyancore, Nkole, Nkore, Ankole, Ankore
Paeda    
Pende  
Pokot  
Rendille
Senufo  
Sherbro
Sokoto   
Songe, Songye
Songye - Luba
Sukuma
Temne
Tiv
Tshokwe, Chokwe, Jokwe   
Turkana 
Unidentified
Wobe
Yaka   
Yoruba

Haitian Art
Paintings by Haitian Artists

Haitian Metal Art
Haitian Art Books & Music

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Pre-Columbian Art
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Books, Music , Videos
African Art Books & Magazines
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African People of Importance
African Studies

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Decorative African Crafts

Kuba Cloth, also known as Shoowa fabric, are hand woven by the  Kuba people in The Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly known as Zaire).   They use the fibers from the rafia palm, weaving them into intricate and beautiful designs, often geometric in nature. Each cloth is unique and can easily take several months to  create. The varied colors are achieved by using natural dyes on the rafia. The finished cloth panels are highly prized because of this large investment of time and talent, not to mention their great beauty



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Kuba Cloth
Kuba cloth from the Congo

Kuba cloth
Kuba cloth from the Congo

Kuba Cloth
Kuba cloth from the Congo