103 FIG. 20 (above): Installation view. Great importance was given to the design of plinths of different heights, providing each piece its own space from which it can interact harmoniously with the others. Note also that some pedestals are triangular, a common decorative motif in African art, notably visible on the Tsogo harp that appears as fig. 13. Photo: Pauline Shapiro. FIGS. 21A and B (left and right): Vertical mask. Wurkun-Bikwin, northeastern Nigeria. 19th–20th century. Wood, palm oil. H: 119.4 cm. Collection of the Friends of the Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, inv. EL 78.01.01. Museum acquisition. Photo: Pauline Shapiro.
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