Wood Sculpture and Masks: 1400 to 1900: Africa

African wooden sculptures in the early colonial period were collectively considered fetishes, a derogatory yet alluring term that located them in an inscrutable primitive world of witchcraft, ancestor worship, animism, cultic sacrifice, and black magic. Instead, ...

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