Oceanic Art

Narrow shield, Wailwan people, New South Wales, Australia

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Narrow shield, Wailwan people, New South Wales, Australia

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A narrow parrying shield from the Wailwan people in New South Wales with incised patterns and colored in red and white. 19th century. See similar parrying shield on the photo on 3 Wailwan warriors from 1898, photo credit: Charles Kerry.

L. 80 cm

Provenance: Peter von Busch (1935-2016), Art Historian, Ethnologist, Museum chief for the Naval Museum in Karlskrona, expert in the Swedish Antique roadshow "Antikrundan". Started to collect Tribal art in the 1950´s.

 

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