Mask (Tatanua), late 19th–early 20th century, Papua New Guinea, New Ireland, New Ireland, Medium:Wood, fiber, barkcloth, paint, shell
Afrique, d'Océanie et pré-colombien Art | Sotheby
Papua | Bracelet from upper arm, decorated with Job's tears and human hair | Asmat. Sirets river region | Prior to 1954
Korwar, a wooden ancestral figure that preserved the memory of dead villagers. They were made in the north of New Guinea and played a key role in the communication between the dead and the living. Occasionally Korwars contained a real skull for the head. These were made for the leading villagers. Tropenmuseum Amsterdam.