Doors from the palace at Ikere-Ekiti, an eastern Yoruba kingdom, carved by the reknowned and innovative sculptor Olowe of Ise. - stock photo
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Doors from the palace at Ikere-Ekiti, an eastern Yoruba kingdom, carved by the reknowned and innovative sculptor Olowe of Ise.

Doors from the palace at Ikere-Ekiti, an eastern Yoruba kingdom, carved by the reknowned and innovative sculptor Olowe of Ise. The central panel depicts the reception by the king, the Ogaga of Ikere, of Captain Ambrose, the first British official to visit the area, in 1895. Detail. Country of Origin: Nigeria. Culture: Yoruba. Date/Period: late 19th C. Place of Origin: Ekiti, northeastern Yoruba. Material Size: Wood, h= 213 cms. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive / British Museum, London. Location: 28D.

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

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3659 x 3684 pixels

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12 x 12 inches / 31 x 31 cm

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