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African Tribal Masks & Native Face Masks in African Culture

Some of the most highly sought tribal face masks among collectors are African tribal masks. There are masks used for ceremonies, rituals, battle and for telling stories in African culture. African tribal masks, a major form of African art, can signify such diverse characteristics such as courage, strength, protection, peace, fertility, honor and wisdom. There are even tribal masks that depict African animals such as elephants, zebras and antelopes.

Free Spirit Gallery does not carry African art but recommends Strictly Africa based in Rochester, New York. The selection of African face masks at Strictly Africa is not extremely high end but you will find very colorful pieces here. In fact, they are quite stunning pieces of artwork at very affordable prices. It's not surprising that masks are the best sellers at Strictly Africa.

So click on the images and links below to see what this African art gallery has to offer.

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- African Tribal Masks
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Free Spirit Gallery has Native tribal face masks by master Native Indian carvers from the Pacific Northwest region.

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