POWERFUL Polychrome Guro Baule Mask Figure Sculpture Statue Fine African Art

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PB#003 GURO (GOURO, GWIO, KWENI, LO, LORUBE)BAULE (BAOULE, BAWULE)YOHURE (SNAN, YAOURE, YAURE) Dimensions (widest/deepest when there is variance): - Height: 22.5 Inches / 57.15 Centimeters- Width: 7.0 Inches / 17.78 Centimeters- Depth: 6.25 Inches / 15.88 Centimeters ***Notice the wine flute in the photo -- to provide a visual cue to the dimensions. Material: Red, Black, Green, Yellow Pigments; Wood. Condition: Examine photos included within the listing. ***Special Note: Failure to pay in a timely manner will result in a relisting of the item. Thank you. Specific Remarks: Item is structurally solid. Magnificent superstructure including representation of a bird biting the tail of a snake serpent. General Remarks: The Baule people is one of the largest ethnic group in the Côte d'Ivoire. They have played a central role in twentieth-century history of the country. They waged the longest war of resistance to French colonization of any West African people, and maintained their traditional objects and beliefs longer than many groups in such constant contact with European administrators, traders, and missionaries. The Baule belong to the Akan peoples who inhabit Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire. According to a legend, during the eighteenth century, the queen, Abla Poku, had to lead her people west to the shores of the Comoe, the land of Senufo. In order to cross the river, she sacrificed her own son. This sacrifice was the origin of the name Baule, for baouli means “the child has died.” Now about one million Baule occupy a part of the eastern Côte d'Ivoire between the Komoé and Bandama rivers that is both forest and savanna land. Baule society was characterized by extreme individualism, great tolerance, a deep aversion toward rigid political structures, and a lack of age classes, initiation, circumcision, priests, secret societies, or associations with hierarchical levels. Each village was independent from the others and made its own decisions under the presiding presence of a council of elders. Everyone participated in discussions, including slaves. It was an egalitarian society. The Baule compact villages are divided into wards, or quarters, and subdivided into family compounds of rectangular dwellings arranged around a courtyard; the compounds are usually aligned on either side of the main village street. The Baule are agriculturists; yams and maize are the staples, supplemented by fish and game; coffee, cocoa and kola nuts are major cash crops. The importance of the yam is demonstrated in an annual harvest festival in which the first yam is symbolically offered to the ancestors, whose worship is a prominent aspect of Baule religion. Ancestors are the object of worship but are not depicted. The foundation of Baule social and political institutions is the matrilineal lineage; each lineage has ceremonial stools that embody ancestral spirits. Paternal descent is recognized, however, and certain spiritual and personal qualities are believed to be inherited through it. The Baule believe in an intangible and inaccessible creator god, Nyamien. Asie, the god of the earth, controls humans and animals. The spirits, or amuen, are endowed with supernatural powers. Religion is founded upon the idea of the immortality of the soul. Baule art is sophisticated and stylistically diverse. Non-inherited, the sculptor’s profession is the result of a personal choice. The Baule have types of sculpture that none of the other Akan peoples possess. Wooden sculptures and masks allow a closer contact with the supernatural world. Baule statues are usually standing on a base with legs slightly bent, with their hands resting on their abdomen in a gesture of peace, and their elongated necks supporting a face with typically raised scarification and bulging eyes. The coiffure is always very detailed and is usually divided into plaits. Baule figures answer to two types of devotion: one depicts the “spiritual” spouse who, in order to be appeased, requires the creation of a shrine in the personal hut of the individual. A man will own his spouse, the blolo bian, and a woman her spouse, the blolo bla. The Baule believe that before they were born into the world they existed in a spirit world, where each one had a mate. Sometimes that spirit mate becomes jealous of their earthly mate and causes marital discord. When this happens, a figure depicting the other world spouse is carved and placated with earthly signs of attention. The Baule are also noted for their fine wooden sculpture, particularly for their ritual figures representing spirits; these are associated with the ancestor cult. The Baule have also created monkey figures gbekre that more or less resemble each other. Endowed with prognathic jaw and sharp teeth and a granular patina resulting from sacrifices, the monkey holds a bowl or a pestle in its paws. Sources differ on its role or function: some say it intervenes in the ritual of divination, others that it is a protection against sorcerers, or a protective divinity of agrarian rites, or a bush spirit. The figures and human masks are elegant -- well polished, with elaborate hairdressings and scarification. Masks correspond to several types of dances: the gba gba, the bonu amuen, the mblo and the goli. They never represent the ancestors and are always worn by men. The gba gba is used at the funerals of women during the harvest season. It celebrates beauty and age, hence its refined features. The double mask represents the marriage of the sun and the moon or twins, whose birth is always a good sign. The bonu amuen protects the village from external threats; it obliges the woman to a certain discipline; and it appears at the commemorations of death of notables. When they intervene in the life of the community, they take the shape of a wooden helmet that represents a buffalo or antelope and which is worn with a raffia costume and metal ankle bracelets; the muzzle has teeth, which incarnate the fierce animal that is to defend the group. Mblo is the name of a performance category that uses face masks in skits and solo dances. Mblo masks, used in entertainment dances are one of the oldest of Baule art forms. These refined human face masks are usually portraits of particular known individuals. Mblo masks embody the core Baule sculpture style manifested in figures and decorated objects – spoons, combs, pulleys and the like. Lustrous curving surfaces, suggesting clean, healthy, well-fed skin, are set off by delicately textured zones representing coiffures, scarifications, and other ornaments. The idealized faces are introspective, with the high foreheads and the large downcast eyes. Ornaments above the face – birds, combs, horns, faces, and other decorative motifs – are chosen for their beauty, and have no iconographic significance. Fine scarifications and coiffures denote personal beauty, refinement and a desire to give pleasure to others. Goli is the day-long spectacle that normally involves the whole village and includes the appearance of four pairs of masks, music played on special instruments, and, ideally, the jojoyous consumption of a great deal of palm wine. Goli can be performed both as an entertainment and for the funeral of important men. The very characteristic, round-shaped “lunar” goli is surmounted by two horns. It was borrowed from the Wan for a celebration adopted by the Baule after 1900. Celebrating peace and joy, they would sing, dance, and drink palm wine. In the procession, the goli preceded the four groups of dancers, representing young adolescents. The goli would be used on the occasion of the new harvest, the visit of dignitaries, or at the funerals of notables. Boxes for the mouse oracle (in which sticks are disturbed by a live mouse, to give the augury) are unique to the Baule, whose carvers also produce heddle pulleys, combs, hairpins, and gong mallets. With a population of 200,000 the Guro live west of the Baule on the Côte d’Ivoire, in a heterogeneous area of free-filled savannas and dense tropical forest. Originally they were called Kweni, but they were violently colonized between 1906 and 1912 and were given the Baule name Guro by the invading French colonials. The Guro farm predominantly cotton, rice, coffee and cocoa – the men clear the field and the women plant. The daily life of the Guro is dominated by secret societies and by a belief in protective spirits, to whom the Guro used to build shrines and create figures. The most significant in this respect is the Je society, which is responsible for social, political, and juridical questions, decisions of peace and war, policing tasks, and the detection of destructive forces, as well as appearing at funerals of its members. This male society uses a variety of anthropomorphic and zoomorphic masks, some fitted with staff-like superstructures, all ostensibly fatal for women to view. Village life is regulated by a council of elders, representing each main family, and by secret societies. The art of the Guro is distinguished by extreme refinement. The Baule and Guro styles are difficult to separate. The Guro style, however, has one or two distinguishing marks: the face of the human mask is usually longish while the forehead and bridge of the nose form an elegant S-shaped profile. The tattoo pattern cut in relief on forehead and cheeks is a repetition of the short protruding tattoo marks on the men’s faces, and another characteristic of many Guro masks is the broad, wooden collar that serves as a fixture for the raffia cloak. There are polychrome, as well as black and brown polished masks. There is a much stronger tendency than with the Baule to add animal features to the human face – elephant’s ears, or a superstructure in the shape of a cockerel’s or other bird’s head. The hairdo is often carved in elaborate geometrical patterns, surmounted by horns or a totem animal. In some the nose forms an animal-like beak. Rather well known is the zamble mask combining the features of hyena, crocodile (or leopard) and antelope. Most of them are polychrome. There are also human masks with long horns and a superstructure in the form of one or two human figures. The masks are supplemented by voluminous, multipartite costumes of palm-frond strips or reed-grass, which completely conceal the dancer’s body. At ceremonies the Je animal masks are the first to appear, and they prepare the audience for the performance of the more powerful, anthropomorphic figures. Guro artists also carved figures, which appear either during entertainment festivals on the head of a dancer, or are kept in houses and employed as divination figures. These standing figures are carved with their hands on their hips and have a columnar neck supporting a head with similar features to the face masks. Their beautiful weaving-loom pulleys are surmounted with heads, often female, of great elegance, embodying the protective spirit of labor. ***Special Note: Failure to pay in a timely manner will result in a relisting of the item. Thank you. 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Wasonga Wasukuma Wasulunka We Wee Wemba Wongo Woyo Yaka Yacouba Yacuba Yakuba Yaoure Yaure Yohure Yombe Yorba Yorouba Yoruba Yumbe Zande Zombo Zoombo Zukuma Countries Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic (CAR), Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland,Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe Miscellaneous 18th 18th 19th 19th 20th 20th Terms [English] African Agriculture Ancestor Ancestry Animal Anthropomorphic Aphorism Art Artistic Association Authentic Belief Bird Black Blacksmith Bronze Camp Carving Celebrity Century Ceremonial 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Stool Stork Terra-cotta, Totem Tradition Traditional Tribal Tribe Unknown Village Vintage Warrior Wood Worship Yam Zoomorphic Terms [Spanish] Agricultura africana Ancestral Ancestros Animal Antropomorfo Aforismo Arte Asociación artística Auténtico Creencia Pájaro Negro Herrero Bronce Ceremonia de Ceremonia del Siglo de los Camaleones de Chameleons Chi Wara, Jefe, Circuncisión, Cisola, Clan, Colección, Coleccionista, Concéntrico, Creación, Creador, Cocodrilo, Culto, Cultura, Cultural Danza Danza Divination Diviner Muñeca Drum Drummer Egipcio Ekpu Ekuk Elder Empire Entertain Encontrar la finca, étnico Mal Familia Granja Agricultor Cultivar Feria Festival de la Fertilidad Fetiche Figura Figurita Pescado Pesca Bosque Galería Tablero de juego Geh-naw, Geométrico Dios de Ginna Gold Goldsmith Granary Caza del casco Caza del cazador Inicia Inicia Iniciativa Inicia Janus Jonyeleni Kaolin Kasai Kifwebe Realeza Rey Kissi Lago Tanganyika, leopardo grande Mágica Mashona Mask Maskette Masqueraders 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Vruchtbaarheid Festival Fetish figurine Fish Fishing Forest Gallery Gameboard Geh-naw, Geometric Ginna God Gold Goldsmith Graanschuur Helm Hunt Hunter Hut Ife Immortal Ingewijden Initiation Janus Jonyeleni Kaolien Kasai Kifwebe Koning Koningschap Kissi Lake Tanganyika, Large Leopard Magic Mashona Mask Maskette Masqueraders Maternity Metaalbewerking Museum Mvudi Mythologische Mythology Negro Ngombo Nkisi Nimba Nkookwa Ntomo Nwantantay Object Ogooue Oude Orde Pangolin Pattern Pigment Plank Pigment Macht figuur, Primitieve Private Provenance Spreekwoord Python Koningin Raffia Rank Rega Ritual River Royal Sacrifice Savannas Scarification sculptor heiligdom grootte Slit Gong, Vereniging Spirit standbeeld Kruk Stork Terra-cotta, Totem stam stammen traditie traditioneel Onbekend Village Vintage Warrior Wood Worship Yam zoömorfische Condition: Item is representative of its age. Rare collectibles/antiques often pass from collector-to-collector. Buyer is not to anticipate perfection as if the item was a manufactured good and/or brand new (unless noted)., Tribe: Yohure

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