Lobi Three Legged Stool, Sikire Kambire

Lobi Three Legged Stool, Sikire Kambire

Burkina Faso
Height 20cm, Length 48cm, Width 16cm
Collection Jean Paul Delcourt
This three legged stool was carved by the Lobi artist Sikire Kambire. The stool was used by a Lobi elder with a phallic foot sticking out the center to symblize is status and authority.
Sikire Kambire are one of the few known and well documented artists by name and style in the canon of Lobi African Tribal Art. Kambire's works can be found the Brooklyn Museum.
 

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