Height: 34 cm; width: 13 cm; depth: 9.5 cm; weight: 960 g.
In Dogon culture, the monkey represents wild, uncivilised, dangerous, and unsociable behaviour--the exact opposite of what one should expect of a Dogon. The Dogon people use three types of monkey masks, which are identified by colour rather than form. Dege is the black monkey, Omono is the white one, and Ko the red one. The stand, visible on the pictures, is not included.
Shipped via Colissimo expert, with track & trace.
- Ethnic group/ culture
- Region/ country
- 2nd half 20th century
- Sold with stand
- 34×13×9.5 cm
- 722 g