30-Minute Dash: Eric Zeidler » Standing female power figure (nkishi), late 19th to early 20th century, Songye peoples, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Africa, wood, skin, cord, and metal, Dallas Museum of Art,

Standing female power figure (nkishi), late 19th to early 20th century, Songye peoples, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Africa, wood, skin, cord, and metal, Dallas Museum of Art, The Clark and Frances Stillman Collection of Congo Sculpture, gift of Eugene and Margaret McDermott

1969_S_174 v2, 3/1/06, 10:09 AM, 8C, 5374×8000 (364+0), 100%, bent 6 stops, 1/8 s, R58.9, G30.1, B37.5

Standing female figure, 11th–13th century, pre-Dogon culture, DjenennkeSoninke, Bandiagara Plateau, Mali, Afric, wood and oil, Dallas Museum of Art, The Gustave and Franyo S
Vajrabhairava, 18th century, Tibet, Asia, gilt bronze, Dallas Museum of Art, gift of the Alconda-Owsley Foundation to honor Dr. Anne R. Bromberg

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