African Tribal Art
Welcome to our African Tribal art collection. We work hard to bring you African masks, tribal art statues and ethnographic collectibles. We select our African art objects for their beauty, authenticity and cultural significance. Whether you are a tribal art collector or an enthusiast with a taste for the exotic, our wooden statues and masks are carefully selected from a diverse range of African cultures. We truly hope you like our selection. Please check back again soon- we are constantly adding new items of aesthetic beauty to these pages. Masquerade, fabrics, weapoanry, sculpture and utilitatarain objects can all fall into the category of tribal art. Despite sometime being referred to as "primitive art" we hope you agree that the opposite is true- African art is sophisticated, deep with meaning and demonstrates a welath of artisanal and creative skills which are hard to match.
Browse our African art categories below or read our Blog: What is African Tribal Art?
Hand carved tribal art post top from the Fang people of ...
Striking Yoruba tribal art post top from Nigeria
Pair of small decorative Senufo masks from Ivory Coast
Bronze sculpture made using the lost wax method of casting ...
Bete mask from Cote D'Ivoire
African ancestral sculpture from Gabon
Hand carved wooded comb from the Ashanti people of Ghana
Authentic Bamileke beaded water buffalo mask
Baule African mask mask with Hornbill perched on head
Highly decorative Baule comb from Ivory Coast
Baule monkey mask from Cote D'Ivoire
Beautiful Baule Sculpture from Ivory Coast
Nigerian Bronze Festac Mask
Cameroon grasslands helmet mask
Contemporary beaded cow mask form the Bamileke people of ...
Striking Dan mask from Liberian border with the Ivory Coast
Fang ancestral statue from Cameroon, serene hand carved ...
Fang helmet mask from Gabon
Fang triple post top- tribal art sculpture from Cameroon
Fang ancestral statue from Cameroon
Ibo Wooden Face mask from Nigeria with Leopard on top of ...
Ivorian Dan mask from West Africa
Dan mask from Ivory Coast
Decorative comb from the Chockwe people of DRC