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  • X94.2.17 Baron Samedi (Bawon Samdi)

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    André Pierre (b. circa 1915, Port-au-Prince, Haiti; d. 2005)
    Baron Samedi (Bawon Samdi), 1950s
    Calabash, paint
    Fowler Museum at UCLA, X94.2.17; Museum Purchase, Manus Funds

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  • X94.24.13 Pestle for a betel mortar

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    Pestle for a betel mortar
    Indonesia
    Horn and iron
    20th century
    L: 25.0 cm, W: 3.5 cm, D: 5.0 cm (L: 9.8 in, W: 1.3 in, D: 1.9 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum Purchase. X94.24.13

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  • X94.57.1a-h Sacred room divider

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    Sacred room divider
    (ampang bilik)
    Sa’dan Toraja Peoples
    South Sulawesi, Indonesia
    Early to mid-20th century
    Carved and painted wood
    H: 162.0 cm, W: 18.0 cm, D: 2.5 cm (H: 63.8 in, W: 7.1 in, D: .98 in)
    Anonymous gift. X94.57.1a-h

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  • X94.69.17 Paddle Mirror

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    Paddle Mirror
    Haiti
    Port-au-Prince
    Wood, mirror, ribbon, glue, shell, paper
    Before 1994
    H: 28.0 cm, W: 16.0 cm, D: 5.0 cm (H: 11.0 in, W: 6.2 in, D: 1.9 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum Purchase, Manus Fund. X94.69.17

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  • X94.76.16 Three coffins by Perrot Barra

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    Pierrot Barra (b. 1942, Port-au-Prince, Haiti; d. 1999, Port-au-Prince)
    Three coffins, before 1994
    Wood, felt, metal, plastic, ribbon
    Fowler Museum at UCLA, X97.76.18, X94.76.17, X94.76.16; Museum Purchase, Manus Funds

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  • X94.78.1 Papier mache pig

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    Creole Pig (Kochon Krey-l), 1993
    Papier-mâché
    Museum Purchase, Manus Fund. X94.78.1

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  • X95.36.4 Shrine figure

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    Oba (active 1930s-circa 1950)
    Shrine figure (Anjenu)
    Idoma/Akweya peoples
    Early to mid-20th century
    Wood, string, beads, pigment
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Kuhn. X95.36.4

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  • X95.38.36 Areca nut cutter, elephant

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    Areca nut cutter, elephant
    Bengal, India
    Silver and glass
    Early 20th century
    L: 13.3 cm, W: 5.5 cm, H: .80 cm (L: 5.2 in, W: 2.1 in, H: .31 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Samuel Eilenberg. X95.38.36

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  • X95.43.2 Mami Wata with Companion

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    Mami Wata with Companion
    Cote d’Ivoire
    Baule or Guro peoples
    Wood and paint
    1950’s-1980’s
    H: 40.0 cm, W: 25.0 cm, D: 11.0 cm (H: 15.7 in, W: 9.8 in, D: 4.3 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Philip Ravenhill and Judith Timyan. X95.43.2

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  • X95.43.5 Sculpture of Woman with Snakes

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    Sculpture of Woman with Snakes
    Cote d’Ivoire
    Baule peoples
    Wood and paint
    Circa 1970’s
    H: 51.0 cm, W: 18.2 cm, D: 15.0 cm (H: 20.0 in, W: 7.1 in, D: 5.9 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Philip Ravenhill and Judith Timyan. X95.43.5

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  • X95.43.6 Mask

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    Mask
    Cote d’Ivoire
    Wood, paint, rubber
    Circa 1970’s
    H: 56.0 cm, W: 22.2 cm, D: 10.5 cm (H: 22.0 in, W: 8.7 in, D: 4.1 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Philip Ravenhill and Judith Timyan. X95.43.6

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  • X97.10.5 Self Portrait with the Artist’s Tormentors

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    Self Portrait with the Artist-s Tormentors

    Artist: Kwame Akoto aka Almight God

    Kumase, Ghana

    Asante peoples

    Paint on wood

    H: 61.0 cm, W: 92.0 cm, D: 2.0 cm (H: 24.0 in, W: 36.2 in, D: .78 in)

    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum Purchase. X97.10.5

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