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Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana
Fante Male Seated Statue 24.5"- Ghana

Fante Style Male Seated Statue 24.5″- Ghana – African Art

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This statue was carved in the style of the Fante people of Ghana The statue features a male figure seated on a typical stool from the region. The statue measures 24.5 inches tall and weighs 12 pounds.

Type of Object

Figure, statue

Country of Origin

Ghana

Ethnicity

Fante

Material

Wood and pigment

Approximate Age

Unknown

Height

24.5"

Width

7"

Depth

9"

Weight

12 lbs

Overall Condition

Imperfections and wear and tear throughout. See photos or inquire for more details.

Tribe Information

About the Fante People


The Fante, along with the Asante, are two of the largest ethnic groups to make up the Akan, a generic term used to refer to a group of peoples who are related linguistically and live in Ghana. Many of their cultural and political beliefs coincide with other Akan people.
Artistically, the Fante parallel that of the Asante. Each tribe creates a figure known as an "akua'ba", a doll that often is carved without arms or legs. The doll is carried and cared for by women for fertility purposes and later placed on shrines or altars. Other forms of art that are found among the Fante are colonial statues, shrine figures and, more well known, flags that are created by skilled individuals featuring mirrored images.

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