Himalayan tribal art. Himalayan tribal masks. Coming soon 2009. Indian and Himalayan folk and tribal art. ETHNOFLORENCE COLLECTION AND PHOTO ARCHIVE.
ETHNOFLORENCE is actually on travel ... new pages will be ready to edit in the next weeks ... coming soon.
I) Himalayan monkey masks, from tribal to classic: A selection of 20 monkey masks, over than 200 photograps, details and close up of each item in perfect Ethnoflorence style.
Detail of a Southern Nepal monkey mask forehead.
II) Himalayan zoomorphic's wooden juicers , a selection unique ... on the web.
Himalayan wooden juicer.
Himalayan zoomorphic wooden juicer detail.
III) Nepalese shamanic's bronzes and wooden primitive sculptures.
Interesting the iconography of this shamanic sculpture, impressive the detail of the second face carved on the side of the item.
Primitive Western Nepal sculpture sculpture and a shamanic bumba.
IV) Nepalese flat masks. In the photo a southern Nepal primitive mask.
Middle hills flat mask.
V) Indian and Himalayan female masks.
VI) Santal single carved pieces of weeding litter. After to have edit the widest selection of ancient Santal panels of weeding litter of the web, Ethnoflorence is now ready to edit these interesting carved details of the litters, and for the future other panels ... of course.
VII) Grimanche style in an Himalayan primitive sculpture and in a mask ... a stylistic comparation.
VIII) Himachal Pradesh masks I .
IX) Himachal Pradesh mask II a check up. 45 photos devoted to a single mask , a way to understand better the single details, the usura, patina etc of Himalayan artifacts .(Top side view detail.)
X) Three faces carved on a Dhjiangro handle compared with a primitive nepalese mask. Uncommon style and iconography (the 3 faces are carved at the level of the makara) of these items .
XI) Schematism and geometric style of the namaste posture in some nepalese items : Primitive sculptures, ghurras, top of the houses.
XII) Four primitive western nepal (?) masks, same hand or workship, a stylistic and iconographic check up in over than 80 photographs of single common details .
XIII) Restauration and authenticity of the Himalayan artifacts, a personal point of view documented with over than 100 photograps.
XIV) CONTEMPORARY TRIBAL ART FROM AN AMERICAN COLLECTION.
XV) WILD WILD POP NEPAL ETHNOFLORENCE PROPAGANDA.
And much others.