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Door (Ilekun)  The Yoruba often install doors carved in low relief in places frequented by people of special distinction.Artist: Master of Ikare  Culture: Yoruba  Medium: Iroko wood  Place Made: Ikare, Ondo State, Nigeria  Dates: late 19th century

Door (Ilekun) The Yoruba often install doors carved in low relief in places frequented by people of special distinction.Artist: Master of Ikare Culture: Yoruba Medium: Iroko wood Place Made: Ikare, Ondo State, Nigeria Dates: late 19th century

African Mali Dogon Granary Door by WorldofBacara on Etsy $155.00

African Carved Wood Dogon Granary Door Mali Storage Door Handmade Animals Females Lizards Home Decor Gift Door Carved Wood Door Decorative

African Mali Dogon Granary Door by WorldofBacara on Etsy $155.00

Africa | Granary door from the Dogon people of Mali | Wood, slightly encrusted brown patina, remains of kaolin, consisting of two wooden planks, joined by metal clamps

Africa | Granary door from the Dogon people of Mali | Wood, slightly encrusted brown patina, remains of kaolin, consisting of two wooden planks, joined by metal clamps

Africa | Yoruba door.  These areoften made by well-known carvers for prestigious homes and palaces, usually have strong figurative carving in deep relief. | © zug55, via Flickr

Africa | Yoruba door. These areoften made by well-known carvers for prestigious homes and palaces, usually have strong figurative carving in deep relief. | © zug55, via Flickr

Narasimha, Vishnu’s Man-Lion Avatar India, Tamil Nadu, 1799-1750, wood with cloth and polychrome, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, The Vincent Astor Foundation and Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Foundation Gifts, 2015 (2015.255.1a-f) #vishnuavatars #themet  This work is featured in the “Encountering Vishnu: The Lion Avatar in Indian Temple Drama” exhibition. #AsianArt100

Narasimha, Vishnu’s Man-Lion Avatar India, Tamil Nadu, 1799-1750, wood with cloth and polychrome, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, The Vincent Astor Foundation and Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Foundation Gifts, 2015 (2015.255.1a-f) #vishnuavatars #themet This work is featured in the “Encountering Vishnu: The Lion Avatar in Indian Temple Drama” exhibition. #AsianArt100

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