A Papua New Guinea tribal art bark cloth painting - painted with natural pigments on beatened tree bark. The bark is pounded and beaten, to soften it, making it into a cloth type of texture and it could be used as clothing. This type of cloth is called. It is from Collingwood Bay in the Oro Province in the north, around Popondetta. The decoration is linkened to the culture, spirituality of the People and clan motifs / Evovi.Messurements circa 90 x 60 cm / circa 35.4 x 23.6 inch - it might be a part of loincloth. Condition: no restorations, 2x a stain to one side - please look for this at the detailed pictures. Tapa loincloth, Lendenschurz aus Rindenbaststoff Collingwood-Bai, Etoffe en tapa de la Baie Collingwood. After unpacking unroll the cloth very carefully, then, if needed put the painted side downwards on a dry towle and a slightly moist towel on the unpainted side, leave it to soften a little. We are: delta 98 den haag. The Hague, The Netherlands, EU. Chambers of Commerce in The Netherlands / KvK Haaglanden: file 27133335. The item "Tapa painted bark cloth, Tribal Art Collingwood Bay Tufi People Papua New Guinea" is in sale since Thursday, November 30, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Pacific Islands & Oceania". The seller is "delta98denhaag" and is located in 's-Gravenhage. This item can be shipped worldwide.