Female caryatid stool by the Makondé of southern Tanzania and northern Mozambique. These seats are symbols of male power: women are our Atlanteans, encountered in the architecture of our societies.
The African character of this carved stool is evident. The woman places one knee on the ground to better support the heavy man.
Light-weight wood with a black patina from use.
- Sede della cariatide
- Regione / Paese
- Seconda metà XX secolo
- Buone condizioni
- Con supporto incluso
- 44×29×29 cm