Tribal Art – Storyboard, Papua New Guinea, #8840


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Tribal Art – Storyboard, Papua New Guinea – Carved storyboards grew out of painted bark ceiling panels. Ancestor stories and legends were painted on bark panels to line the ceilings of the men’s house (Haus Tambaran) and a family’s home. Storyboards are carved on buttress roots from large trees or other slabs of wood. Kambot, Bobten, and Simondu Villages, Keram River, Papua New Guinea This one is signed on the back: Eddy M, C.M. Kambot, Angoram, E.S.P. #8840 Storyboard measures 26 inches wide by 13.5 inches tall.

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