- I liked nkisi since i fiirst sewaw them at the Carnegie Museum in my childhood. here s the link to the figure that fascinated me.Message 1 of 1 , Aug 21, 2008View SourceI liked nkisi since i fiirst sewaw them at the Carnegie Museum in my
childhood. here's the link to the figure that fascinated me.
Also note the following additional details accessible through the link Bob(by) provided which are relevant both generally and to specific recent discussions:
1) The audio commentary provided on the Carnegie Museum of Art site (with some details deserving of further query and confirmation): http://www.cmoa.org/SearchCollections/Media/5/770/eng_1.mp3
2) The broader searchable database accessible through this link: http://www.cmoa.org/searchcollections/
Enter African in "All Fields" to view African selections.
3) Link to an Ubangi figure from the collection of Jay C. Leff: http://www.cmoa.org/searchcollections/details.aspx?item=1020118