Cantor Arts Center
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Collected in 1931 by Durand-Reville, Président Directeur Géneral de la Société du Haut Ogouë, Senateur du Gabon, et v.p. de l'Union Française, according to dealer; donors purchased from Guy Piazzini, Paris, 1981; Marc and Ruth Franklin, San Francisco, CA (#8106)
Bay Area Collects..., M.H. De Young Museum, San Francisco, 1982, p. 43, no. 32; Forms and Forces, M.H. De Young Museum, San Francisco, 1988, no. 10 (repr.); "La collection d'art tribal d'Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts de la Stanford University," Arts d'Afrique noire, Summer 1999, p. 44, fig. 5 (repr.); Thomas K. Seligman, “The Franklin Collection,” The Stanford University Museum of Art Journal vols. XXVI–XXVII, 1996–1997, pp. 53–56, p. 54 repr.; Lindsey Rinder, “African Art at Stanford University” in “African Arts” vol. 32 (UCLA, Los Angeles, 1999), fig. 12, pg. 75, repr.
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