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The lagoon peoples are all a group of ethnic groups including the Attie.


Statuette Attié
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African art and female effigies in Côte d'Ivoire. This African statue of the Attié forms an incarnation of a royal figure wearing majestic braided hulls, towering over a stool. Grey beige patina, kaolin residue.

The lagoon populations of eastern Côte d'Ivoire mainly include the Attié, Akyé, the Ebrié and the Abouré. Their sculptures offer many similarities. These kingdoms had the first commercial settlements offering gold, ivory, slaves and pepper to the West.Their history is marked by their turbulent relations with Portuguese, Dutch and English settlers in this coastal region where an intense trade in gold and slaves took place. Among the group of Akan , the Attié , of Akye-Fo, the holders of the blade, are divided between those of the North and those of the South. The Attié, ...


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Statue Agnie /Attye Ivory Coast
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Sculpted and decorated according to aesthetic criteria to capture the spirit to which the medium or healer addresses, this female figure has a hairstyle whose braids form a sophisticated arrangement ending in braid in the nape of the neck, and many linear scarifications in buttons. checkers. This type of statues were evaluated on the effectiveness of the rites depicting them. In most cases, these statues served as a mediator between the healers and the spirits who seized them as part of the cult logbu and they are still used today. Golden beige patina. The lagoon populations of eastern Côte d'Ivoire consist mainly of the Attié, Akyé, the Ebrié and the Abouré. Their sculptures offer many similarities. These kingdoms had the first commercial establishments offering gold, ivory, slaves and ...

Statuette Attié
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African art of the lagoon populations of Côte d'Ivoire.
The lagoon populations of eastern Côte d'Ivoire include mainly Attié, Akyé, Ebrié and Abouré. Their sculptures offer many similarities. These kingdoms had the first commercial establishments offering gold, ivory, slaves and pepper to the West.Among the group of Akan , the Attié , of Akye-Fo, ", the holders of the Blade", divide among the those in the North and those in the South. The Attié , palm oil producers, also harvest yam, corn and bananas. Their traditional and festive ceremonies are an opportunity to flaunt a wide variety of objects, some of them gold or gold-covered. (source: Ivory Coast Treasures, F.Neyt) Camped on wide feet, the female figure holds a hairstyle or a load on his head with his arms raised. The conical ...


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Seated female figure Akye, Attica
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Sculpted and ornate
according to aesthetic criteria allowing to capture " the spirit to which the medium or healer addresses, this effigy with an ovoid face, the curved morphology of the statues Nkpasopi , is adorned with numerous necklaces of brightly coloured beads. This type of statues were evaluated on the basis of the effectiveness of the rituals depicting them. Its beige grey patina is the result of the multiple washes and anointings to which these objects were subjected, inlating deeper into the wood furrows the white pigments of the kaolin. The lagoon populations of eastern Côte d'Ivoire include mainly Attié, Akyé, Ebrié and Abouré. Their sculptures offer many similarities. These kingdoms had the first commercial establishments offering gold, ivory, slaves and pepper to the ...

Attie figure
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This African statue of Attié is a classic representation of the queen, with a long ringed neck, arms raised, oversized hands with long fingers joining a headdress composed of three cylindrical buns. Verticality is a recurring element in Attié African sculpture. Smooth beige gray patina. The lagoon populations in eastern Côte d'Ivoire comprise mainly Attié, Akyé, Ebrié and Abouré. Their sculptures offer many similarities. These kingdoms had the first commercial establishments offering gold, ivory, slaves and pepper to the West. Their history is marked by their stormy relations with the Portuguese, Dutch and English colonists in this coastal region where a intense trade of gold and slaves. Among the Akan group, Attié, of Akye-Fo, "the holders of the blade", are divided between those of ...


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