Artefact dealers asked Kambot people during the sixties to produce a more durable form of artwork. This request resulted in more than shift from the bark paintings to carved wooden boards. Whereas bark paintings were wholly spirit boards, the wooden board of today are simply depictions of everyday village life with spirit figures being shown very occasionally on the men's house gables.
Village scenes simply depict women, men, children and their domestic animals going on with their daily lives, sitting around chatting, cooking, pig feasting, traditional ceremonies, events, storytelling, Bride price, funerals, fishing, crocodile hunting, children playing, dogs scavenging left over food, men carving, women weaving, feeding children and many other everyday life events. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Pacific Islands & Oceania". The seller is "rofra-982" and is located in this country: AU.
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