African Masks(2,023 items)
Discover NOVICA's African Masks Gallery. Explore the tribal and cultural influences that underlie the unique aesthetic beauty of African masks. You'll find handcrafted traditional and contemporary iconographic designs that celebrate one of Africa's oldest and most distinctive forms of art.
Featured Reviews on African Masks
I purchased these to hang in conjunction with solid wood masks from the same area. I love the contrast and the detailing. Well represented by the Novica picture and description. Definately recommend!
Great quality mask & love the size. Needed a few smaller masks to complete a home decor project & this one was perfect!
ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL..I loveeee my mask. The artist is wonderful and very talented. I have already put it on my wall. I cant stop looking at it... Thanks so much Mr.V. Dushie and Novica.
Abdul Aziz Mohamadu Hand-carved African masks
"In 2000, I went into carving and since then I have never regretted it. But I haven't abandoned painting completely either."
Popular African Masks
Artisan Hand Carved Unique Santa Claus African Mask, "Ghanaian Santa Claus"$97.99
Beloved around the world, Santa Claus is also present in West Africa, where some adults dress as Father Christmas, or "Papa Bronya." This is especially popular at parties, as Santa is the one who hands out gifts. Ali Mohammed depicts the benevolent character as an African mask. Carved by hand of sese wood, this image of "Father Christmas" brings a Ghanaian presence to holiday decor.
Eco-Friendly African Wood Mask with Raffia from Ghana, "Eco Akuchinyere"$77.99
Wearing a headdress made from colorful, handwoven raffia fiber, this African mask is created by Abdul Aziz Mohamadu. He hand-carves the mask from a single piece of sese wood, accented with colorful beads of recycled plastic. This mask is named which means "wealth has come" in the Igbo language of Nigeria.
Hand Carved Wood Mask, "African Giraffe Spirit II"$94.99
Shaped like an elongated almond, this black mask is elegant and beautiful. Theophilus Sackey carves the piece from sese wood and paints it by hand. Parallel lines represent neatly combed hair, and a red African giraffe marches across the forehead.
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