Two wood, metal and bead Dogon sculptures, Bandiagara Hills, Mali. According to Jean Laude (ref Musee de l'Homme) these were kept in the house of the hogon (priest) but were taken out, dressed and set outside a deceased person's house during burial ceremonies - a privilege of rich families. The figure in the foreground is attributed to the 'Master of the Ogol'. From the Dallas Museum of Art (formerly in the Schindler Collection).
This photographic print leverages sophisticated digital technology to capture a level of detail that is absolutely stunning. The colors are vivid and pure. The high-quality archival paper, a favorite choice among professional photographers, has a refined luster quality.