1143 UMMA Objects
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Dogon (Dogon (culture or style))
Ritual Staff
20th century
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Irving F. Burton
1975/1.69

Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
Stool (one of a pair w/ 2001/1.352)
Gift of Marybelle B. Hanna
2001/1.351

Baga
Staff
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.4

Songye (Songye)
Staff
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.12

Nyamwezi
Staff
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.13

Holo (Holo)
Staff
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.18
A stylized animal head, with an elongated open mouth and horizontally positioned, flat ears, sits atop a staff with decorative carvings along the shaft.
Senufo (Senufo (culture or style))
Staff
1945 – 1955
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.25

Tabwa (Tabwa)
Staff
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.26

Hemba (Hemba (culture or style))
Staff
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.27
A poised, naturalistic male figure sits on a stool, holding an egg in his right hand, his left hand resting on his left knee. The head is round, almost egg-shaped with a high, sloping forehead rising from pronounced eyebrows. The eyes are almond-shaped, the nose long and slender, the mouth a small straignt line. The neck is long and ringed. The surface of the figure is smooth, carefully finished, golden brown in color, though worn or mottled in places. 
Osei Bonsu;Asante (Asante)
Display figure
1945 – 1955
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.33

Staff
1900 – 1950
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.40
Elaborately carved staff with, from the top: a male figure wearing Western-style clothes, with painted eyes, eyebrows, mouth, moustache, hat and clothes, sitting on a simple stool, resting his hands on his knees; a U-shaped snake on one side and a mortar on the other; a pair of a male and a female figure on either side (the male is standing on one leg, bending the other at the knee to make a triangle); a dark black spherical form; a row of three turtles on one side and two salamanders and a frog on the other; and finally three outstretched snakes (painted yellow, brown and red, respectively), one of them eating a small frog.
Kongo (Kongo (culture or style))
Staff
1900 – 1950
Gift of Margaret H. and Albert J. Coudron
2001/2.42
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