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Punu-Lumbo mask, Gabon, Exhibited 1953

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Punu-Lumbo mask, Gabon, Exhibited 1953

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A Punu-Lumbo mask.

Exposed in the exhibition "Negerkonst" 1953 at the National Museum in Stockholm, Sweden, catalogue no. 386. A historic important exhibition of African art in Sweden arranged by the Nationalmuseum, The Ethnographic Museums in Stockholm and Gothenborg, Malmö Museum and the Swedish Missionary federation Museum. Exposed items from the Museums and private collections. Exhibition experts was Carl Kjersmeier and Efraim Andersson.

Provenance: Rolf de Maré. Bought in Paris between 1919-1933.

Rolf de Maré (1888-1964)  Important Swedish art collector and leader of the Ballets Suédois in Paris 1920-1925. In 1933 he founded the world´s first dance museum/archive in Paris, AID. He opened the Dance Museum in Stockholm 1953.  He traveled during his life all over the world to document dances and collect art and dance related items. He also launched the worlds first mens fashion magazine in Paris "Monsieur", 1919 with Jacques Hébertot and Paul Poiret.

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