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Anton van der Gulik – Tribal Art is located at Kleine Houtstraat 28, in Haarlem’s old city centre, midway between the Frans Hals Museum and the Teylers Museum.

With its primary focus on art from Africa, South-East Asia and Oceania, this website presents a frequently refreshed collection of remarkable objects and also devotes considerable attention to books and applied art.

The website is intended as the start of a wide-ranging information feature on exhibitions and fairs with basic information and recently published books and articles.

The bar at the bottom contains a link to the Anton van der Gulik – Tribal Art origin story, other ways in which we may be of service and contact information.


SPECIAL OBJECT


KORWAR, STATUE OF A SITTING ANCESTOR

Origin: MacCluergulf, Papua New Guinea
Material: Wood
Height: 53 cm

First part of the 20th century Provenance: Lucas Dosi Delfini (1939-2012), curator Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Anthropomorphic figures originating from the […]

IN THE COLLECTION


SITTING FEMALE, SENUFO

Origin: Senufo, Ivory Coast
Material: Wood
Height: 13,2 cm

Small sitting female figure Part of the left leg is missing Third quarter 20th century or earlier

HEAD OF A WOMAN, AKAN

Origin: Akan, Ghana
Material: Terracotta
Height: 18 cm

First half of the 20th century Provenance: This object was bought at Kunsthandel Mario Mocenni, The Hague in 1974 for […]

MASK OF A MONKEY, BAMANA

Origin: Bamana, Mali
Material: Wood
Height: 25 cm

Mask of a monkey with a nice patine Middle of the 20th century Provenance: on the backside a collectionnumber

APPLIED ART


CATAPULT, LOBI

HEADDRESS, BORNEO

HORN, MANGBETU

STAFF, ZULU

FLUTE, MOSSI

HEADDRESS, KAKA