Nigeria - Africa

Collection by Isabel-Travels

78 
Pins
 • 
201 
Followers
Isabel-Travels
Ekpo Masquerader in Ututu, Abia State of Nigeria 2005 Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, African Masks, African Art, Living Puppets, Art Premier, Masks Art, Arte Popular, African Culture

Student Gallery

The Department of Art at Appalachian State University, located in Boone, North Carolina, offers BFA degrees in Art Education, Graphic Design, and Studio Art; a BA degree in Art and Visual Culture with concentrations in Art History, Art Management, and Studio Art; and BS degrees in Commercial Photography and Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology

I've been to Jos Nigeria and saw bought fabric . this picture is a Textile Vendor in Lagos, Nigeria

Nigeria Lagos Photmatix 19 copy

Africa | Fabric seller in Lagos. Nigeria

Oba Ademuwagun Adesida II, the Deji (ruler) of Akure, on throne in courtyard of Akure palace, Nigeria. Photograph by Eliot Elisofon, 1959

Collections Search Center, Smithsonian Institution

Africa | Oba Ademuwagun Adesida II, the Deji (ruler) of Akure, in courtyard of Akure palace. Nigeria. 1959. | © Eliot Elisofon.

 The Dance, Art, and Ritual of Africa. mascaras geledes arte ritual etc African Dance, African Art, We Are The World, People Of The World, Folk Costume, Costumes, Costume Africain, Yoruba People, Art Premier

Huet Michel - Laude Jean - Paudrat Jean-louis. The Dance, Art, and Ritual of Africa. mascaras geledes arte ritual etc

Africa | Gelede Masqueraders. Yoruba people, Nigeria. | © "The Dance, Art and Ritual of Africa". Michel Huet, Jean Laude, Jean-Louis Paudrat. Published in 1978, Pantheon Books

Africa I Door from the Nupe people of Nigeria I Wood, with a dark brown patina

Africa | Door from the Nupe people of Nigeria | Wood, with a dark brown patina

Gobarau Minaret, Katsina - Explored Gobarau Minaret, Katsina , Nigeria Source by Vernacular Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Tadelakt, Building Structure, West Africa, Traditional House, Brick, Scenery, Facade

Gobarau Minaret, Katsina - Explored

View On Black Gobarau Minaret, Katsina by Irene Becker © All rights reserved Explore #463 Mar 7, 2011 As it stands today, is believed to have been built during the tenure of King Muhammadu Korau who reigned between 1348-1398. The minaret was built by the local crafts-men using mainly sun-baked clay and mud. "A popular myth about the origin of Gobarau states that when Muhammadu Korau slew Jibda-Yaki Sanau the last pagan king of Katsina, he desired to construct a mosque. After the site was…

Nigeria: Hotel selling cooked human meat closed, 11 arrested with human heads Goat Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Stuffed Pepper Soup, Stuffed Peppers, Ghanaian Food, Nigeria Food, West African Food, Goat Meat, Eat This

Goat Meat Pepper Soup

Pepper soup is simply meat in a spiced broth, the peculiar taste comes from the spice mix. It is commonly made with goat meat or catfish. Pepper soup is quite easy to make

 Used at "epa" celebrations, young men prove their skills and strength by carrying such high tapering and heavy masks on top of their heads, while dancing and jumping. Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, African Masks, African Art, Yoruba People, African Sculptures, Art Premier, Masks Art, Indigenous Art

Access denied - Auctionhouse Zemanek-Münster

Yoruba Epa/Elefon (Orangun) Mask, Nigeria

Africa Water spirit mask from the Ijaw people of Nigeria Wood, black and withe paint African Masks, African Art, Art Tribal, African Sculptures, Art Premier, Head Mask, Masks Art, Ancient Aliens, Art Auction

Access denied - Auctionhouse Zemanek-Münster

Africa | Water spirit mask from the Ijaw people of Nigeria | Wood, black and withe paint

Nigeria: textile sellers in Lagos busy with phones!

Modices

Criado em 2007 pela carioca Carla Lemos, o Modices é um dos veículos digitais pioneiros na produção de conteúdo de moda original.