Turama Figure for sale.
Object Type: Sculpture
Locality: Turama River, Papuan Gulf, Papua New Guinea
Material: Carved wood and Lime pigment
Height: 90 cm
Description: This striking figure is a rare example from the Turama River area of the Papuan Gulf. The figure has an elongated Torso with hands on the waist. The body is semi Triangular in section and the face carved with a mouth full of jagged teeth. It was collected by a Crocodile Hunter Dick Randolph prior to 1964 and still retains some pigments. It is clearly a female figure and is smaller than most.
Turama Figure Papua New Guinea
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Papua New Guinea War Club as Art
Like many other artifacts, this object is not just an artifact it is art. Collectors from around the world collect art from different regions. This art is Tribal art. In reality, Tribal art or ethnographic art is art from around the world.
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