Standing Female Figure

  • A1001-076
  • Standing Female Figure
  • Khond People
  • Orissa, Bengal, India
  • 20th C.
  • Patinated Brass
  • 13.5'' W x 7'' D x 34'' H
  • $9895

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  • The Khonds are among the oldest tribes of India, known for their animist practices and rituals. They are well known for their imaginative metalwork, called Dhokra, a Hindi word meaning ''folk art.'' The tradition is passed down from one generation to the next. Many of the objects are made using the lost-wax process using metal and alloys of various compositions. Many of the finer details, motifs and themes vary depending on the region and culture of the tribe.
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