This Kuba mask belongs to the line of artworks made for the royal household. The Kuba tribe can be found in Democratic Republic of Congo where they live along great rivers. The tribal sculptors and smiths produce some of the best art forms in Africa.
This mask represents a male figure, most likely a famed ancestor, a king or Woot, the founder of the tribe.
The buffalo horns represents a common theme in Kuba masks. It represents power and royalty. Horns are perhaps the most prized adornments on Kuba masks and the important men in the tribe even have carved drinking horns.
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