Wooden statue Africa Ivory Coast
|Period||Half of 20th century|
|Styles / Movements||Baoulé|
|Manufacturer / Brand||Baoulé|
|Dimensions||W. 15.8 in; H. 7.9 in; D. 7.9 in;
W. 40 cm H. 20 cm D. 20 cm;
|Condition||Excellent condition, hardly used, minimal signs of wear|
|Description||Baoulé, Wooden statue Africa Ivory Coast
The Baoulé (or Baule) are an Akan people and one of the largest groups in the ivory coast.
The Baoulé are farmers who live in the eastern side of Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast). The Baoule people are represented by religion, art, festivals, and equal society. There are more than sixty-five different Akan-speaking ethnic groups living in Cote d’Ivoire. They live essentially in the middle of the Cote d’Ivoire between the Comoé river and the Bandama river.