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BOWL
Luba, Zaïre, Democratic Republic of Congo
Late 19th / early 20th century
Wood
61 X 41 X 33 cm
Provenance: Jos Hessel collection; Galerie Charles Ratton.
Published in L’Art africain, Jacques Kerchache, J.-L. Paudrat and Lucien Stéphan, Editions Mazenod, Paris, 1988, pl. 708.
Exhibited in L’Art indigène des colonies françaises, Pavillon de Marsan / Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, 1923-1924 ; appears on a removal order for 96 pieces at Hessel’s residence, along with a mention of a ”Congo” (Belgian Congo) provenance for a single bowl, lot 28, with an insurance value of 12000 francs.
© Galerie Monbrison, photo Vincent Girier Dufournier
BOWL
Luba, Zaïre, Democratic Republic of Congo
Late 19th / early 20th century
Wood
61 X 41 X 33 cm
Provenance: Jos Hessel collection; Galerie Charles Ratton.
Published in L’Art africain, Jacques Kerchache, J.-L. Paudrat and Lucien Stéphan, Editions Mazenod, Paris, 1988, pl. 708.
Exhibited in L’Art indigène des colonies françaises, Pavillon de Marsan / Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, 1923-1924 ; appears on a removal order for 96 pieces at Hessel’s residence, along with a mention of a ”Congo” (Belgian Congo) provenance for a single bowl, lot 28, with an insurance value of 12000 francs.
© Galerie Monbrison, photo Vincent Girier Dufournier
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BOWL
Luba, Zaïre, Democratic Republic of Congo
Late 19th / early 20th century
Wood
61 X 41 X 33 cm
Provenance: Jos Hessel collection; Galerie Charles Ratton.
Published in L’Art africain, Jacques Kerchache, J.-L. Paudrat and Lucien Stéphan, Editions Mazenod, Paris, 1988, pl. 708.
Exhibited in L’Art indigène des colonies françaises, Pavillon de Marsan / Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, 1923-1924 ; appears on a removal order for 96 pieces at Hessel’s residence, along with a mention of a ”Congo” (Belgian Congo) provenance for a single bowl, lot 28, with an insurance value of 12000 francs.
© Galerie Monbrison, photo Vincent Girier Dufournier

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Specializing in the arts of Africa and Oceania since 1971, Alain de Monbrison opened his gallery at 2 rue des Beaux arts in 1981. He maintains longstanding professional relationships with the most important American and European museums and is an honorary expert for the French courts, as well as a member of the Compagnie Nationale des Experts and the Syndicat National des Antiquaires.
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