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African Art History1

Cross Cultural

What African Culture are the Drums from Asante, of Ghana
Who carved the African Drum Nana Osei Bonsu
An indigenous aspect of the Bonsu Drum similar protruding shape, similar materials
The three cross cultural items Ameri African Drums, Afro Brazilian Oratorio, African American Wooden Statue
A an appropriation of the Asante culture, an addition to the slave drum breasts
What period are the African Drums from 20th century
What period are the American Drums from 18th century
What region of Africa mixed with Brazilian roots to form the Oratorio West Africa
What are the Oratorio's contents that represent the complete fusion of the two cultures ex-voto and saint carvings
What was the indigenous property of the Oratorio housed fetishes, whose magic could be activated through worship
Appropriated aspect of Oratorio religious references, diorama concept
What were Africans doing in Brazil Dutch Slave Trade
What time period is the Oratorio from 19th century
What time period is the Wooden Statue from 20th century
Who carved the wooden statue Sargent Claude Johnson
What is the wooden statue called Forever Free
Indigenous aspect of wooden carving nude bodies, body proportions
Appropriated aspect of wooden carving conservative slave dress
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