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Africa, Angola Lwal-Walw Wood Face Mask.
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Africa, Angola Lwal-Walw Wood Face Mask. Size 13 3/4 inches high + stand. 7 3/4 inches wide. Carved large wood face mask. Provenance: Private Washington DC collection of Thomas F Caroll. Acquired from Osmane, dealer NY. Thomas worked from the 1950s through the 1980s in International development organizations and lived in Rome and Chile as well as Washington. Donated about 400 Pre-Columbian artifacts to the Cornell University Johnson Museum of Art which he acquired during his early years in his career, Collected numerous items in the countries where he was working. Published catalog by Johnson Museum at Cornell University included a number of loaned pieces as well as his donation in its 2008 exhibit.
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Africa, Angola Lwal-Walw Wood Face Mask.

Estimate $600 - $800
Oct 13, 2022
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Starting Price $500
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0234: Africa, Angola Lwal-Walw Wood Face Mask.
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Est. $600 - $800Starting Price $500
Antiquities, Pre-Columbian & Tribal Art Sale
Oct 13, 2022 11:00 AM EDT
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Africa, Angola Lwal-Walw Wood Face Mask. Size 13 3/4 inches high + stand. 7 3/4 inches wide. Carved large wood face mask. Provenance: Private Washington DC collection of Thomas F Caroll. Acquired from Osmane, dealer NY. Thomas worked from the 1950s through the 1980s in International development organizations and lived in Rome and Chile as well as Washington. Donated about 400 Pre-Columbian artifacts to the Cornell University Johnson Museum of Art which he acquired during his early years in his career, Collected numerous items in the countries where he was working. Published catalog by Johnson Museum at Cornell University included a number of loaned pieces as well as his donation in its 2008 exhibit.
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