Konstantin Grechanov
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Spice pallette

Spice pallette

AFRICAN MASK

AFRICAN MASK

A diverse blend of cultures live in this wonderful world.

A diverse blend of cultures live in this wonderful world.

The remains of Goose House at Kayung village. The frontal pole, which illustrates the myth of the lazy son-in-law, is now in the British Museum. Photograph by Richard Maynard, 1884.

The remains of Goose House at Kayung village. The frontal pole, which illustrates the myth of the lazy son-in-law, is now in the British Museum. Photograph by Richard Maynard, 1884.

Bwami Maskette: Four Sets of Eyes, 19th–20th century  Democratic Republic of the Congo  Lega peoples  Bone

Bwami Maskette: Four Sets of Eyes, 19th–20th century Democratic Republic of the Congo Lega peoples Bone

Kneeling Female Figure,stone,16th cent Mexica culture (aztec) MET

Kneeling Female Figure,stone,16th cent Mexica culture (aztec) MET

ancient african masks - Google Search

ancient african masks - Google Search

Frog Pole (Tlingit) by Hastiin Tilden

Frog Pole (Tlingit) by Hastiin Tilden

Coatlicue, (Nahuatl: “Serpent Skirt”) Coatlicue Aztec earth goddess, symbol of the earth as both creator and destroyer, mother of the gods and mortals... ~D~

Coatlicue, (Nahuatl: “Serpent Skirt”) Coatlicue Aztec earth goddess, symbol of the earth as both creator and destroyer, mother of the gods and mortals... ~D~

Edward Sheriff Curtis Kwakwaka’wakw Man Wearing a Wooden Tluwulahu Mask, Alaska 1914

Edward Sheriff Curtis Kwakwaka’wakw Man Wearing a Wooden Tluwulahu Mask, Alaska 1914