Oil on canvas board painting of a Jokwe mask of the southern Democratic Republic of Congo and Northern Angola. The mask is brown with black hair and long dangling earrings made up of linked circular elements. The face is marked with small white and brown dots around the forehead, eyes, nose, and jawline. The eyes are depicted as black slits outlined in white. The mouth is a tan and white oval outlined in black, with a black marking inside that suggests stylized teeth.


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