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 Hurst Gallery
Located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. "Owner Norman Hurst has over 20 years experience consulting for museums and private individuals, providing appraisals, cataloging, planning exhibitions, and building collections. Hurst Gallery's scholarly catalogues of specialized exhibits are circulated world-wide".
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Hamill Gallery of African Art
"Hamill Gallery of African Art, located in Boston, MA, is a 7000 sq. ft. exhibition space showing ever changing displays from 75 major peoples, giving a balanced view of subjects, styles and techniques used for centuries in west and central Africa. Works include masks, figures, artifacts, textiles, jewelry, books and posters giving an idea of the visual impact and spiritual power of tribal art. Every three months special exhibitions highlight one tribe or theme."
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Galerie Walu
"Since 1957, the family business Galerie Walu has focused on the fascinating cultures of West Africa and on the impressive art of these peoples. What sets us apart are our personal connections with the countries of origin, practical experience and specialist knowledge of ethnology and art history acquired over decades." Located in Zürich, Switzerland.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Galerie Peter Herrmann
"Since 1989 Galerie Peter Herrmann has been a specialist in Contemporary Art by international artists with the underlying theme: Africa. Authentic Tribal and Royal Art of West and Central Africa. Our presentation of African subjects is executed with art historical precision, which has earned the gallery worldwide recognition as being one of the few galleries to consistently and accurately present Africa over the course of an extended artistic timeline." Gallery in Berlin, Germany.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Galerie Flak
Established dealers since 1990 of tribal arts in Paris, France. Offerings include objects from prestigious collections.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Coyote's Paw Gallery
"We offer traditional art from over fifty countries... With over twenty-five years experience trading in bazaars and markets from Kathmandu to Marrakesh, we present unique pieces selected for quality, authenticity and value." Offerings include "sculpture, masks and costumes from West Africa as well as Tuareg nomad swords, saddlebags, amulets and tent ornaments from the Sahara". Retail gallery in Santa Fe, NM.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Charles Jones African Art
"Charles Jones African Art has been in business for over twenty-five years. We have an extensive and varied inventory of traditional African Art... We travel regularly to present showings of our acquisitions in major metropolitan areas in the southeastern United States."
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 African Image
"South African ceramics; both traditional and contemporary. Fine West and Central African textiles. Pieces from the coast of West Africa. South African folk art and craft." Gallery in Cape Town, SA.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 African Antiques Art
"African art coming from old collections, useful information on African Art, buying tips, tribe infos, and a very good link page". Website of an African art dealer in Belgium.
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
 Africa Direct
"We travel to Africa periodically to buy, but also have things shipped to us from there, and buy from 60-70 traders each year. We don't have a store---we are primarily wholesalers, selling to stores and galleries as well as collectors, through eBay and our website. We are in Denver, Colorado."
[posted: Mar 04, 2004]
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