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SATIMBE MASK
Dogon, Mali
19th century
Sculpted wood
H: 98 cm
Provenance: ex Robert Duperrier (1917-1996) collection, Paris, France; ex Jean-Paul Chazal collection, Paris, France; ex Nathalie Chaboche and Guy Porré collection, Brussels.
Published in: Dege, l'héritage dogon, Hélène Leloup, Nantes, Musée des Beaux-Arts 1995,
59 #96; Arts d'Afrique. Voir l'Invisible, Musée d'Aquitaine Bordeaux, éditions Hazan Paris 2011, p. 46 cat.13.
Exhibited in: Dege, l'héritage dogon, Chapelle de l'Oratoire, Nantes, France, from June 21st through September 18th 1995; Visions d'Afrique, National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, from December 6th 2003 through February 22nd 2004.
Bordeaux
© Danielle Voirin
SHAMAN'S RATTLE
Tlingit, British Columbia (Northwest Coast), Canada
19th century
Sculpted wood, pigments, leather
H: 30.5 cm
Provenance: ex Jacques Kerchache collection circa 1965; ex Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan collection; ex Christie's New York, June 8th 1995.
Published in: Art Primitif - Amérique du Nord, Galerie Jacques Kerchache, 1965, pl. 27.
Exhibited in: Amérique du Nord, Galerie Jacques Kerchache, November 19th through December 19th 1965.
© Stan Schnier
Galerie Flak
Ancient Art of North America, Africa and Oceania
SATIMBE MASK
Dogon, Mali
19th century
Sculpted wood
H: 98 cm
Provenance: ex Robert Duperrier (1917-1996) collection, Paris, France; ex Jean-Paul Chazal collection, Paris, France; ex Nathalie Chaboche and Guy Porré collection, Brussels.
Published in: Dege, l'héritage dogon, Hélène Leloup, Nantes, Musée des Beaux-Arts 1995,
59 #96; Arts d'Afrique. Voir l'Invisible, Musée d'Aquitaine Bordeaux, éditions Hazan Paris 2011, p. 46 cat.13.
Exhibited in: Dege, l'héritage dogon, Chapelle de l'Oratoire, Nantes, France, from June 21st through September 18th 1995; Visions d'Afrique, National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, from December 6th 2003 through February 22nd 2004.
Bordeaux
© Danielle Voirin

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Founded in 1990, Galerie Flak specializes in the antique art of North America, Africa, and Oceania. Julien Flak is accredited as an expert by the Chambre Européenne des Experts Conseil en Œuvres d’Art (CECOA) in the areas of North American and Oceanic art. The gallery highlights art forms that are little represented in Europe (archaic Eskimo works and kachinas, for example), as well as the more classical arts of Africa and Oceania. The artworks we present are distinctive for the purity of their forms, their pedigree, and their aesthetic excellence. Our recent exhibitions include The American Dream (2015), Nigeria (2013), and Polynesia (2012).
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