The enlarged William Itter Collection of African Pottery is now presented in five Flash galleries
[11/2008]
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I-NIGERIA (58 vessels)
Nupe

II-NIGERIA & REPUBLIC of BENIN (54 vessels)

Ibo, Chamba, Mambila, Baatonu, Hausa
Mumuye, Yoruba, Calabar, Izzi-Ibo


III-CAMEROON, CHAD, GABON (46 vessels)
Grasslands, Matakam, Kwiri

IV-MALI, BURKINA FASO, NIGER, GUINEA, MOROCCO (46 vessels)
Bamana, Toussian, Kesena, Mossi, Hausa, Dogon, Bozo, Lobi,
Nuna, Dagari, Dafing, Gurunsi, Nyonyosi, Kissi, Berber

V-DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC of the CONGO, CHAD, UGANDA, ETHIOPIA, SUDAN
MALAWI, RWANDA, TANZANIA, MOZAMBIQUE, SOUTH AFRICA (52 vessels)

Songye, Kuba, Bakuba, Yaka, Mangbetu, Tio, Azande
Solongo, Teke, Luba, Matakam, Baganda, Kumamu,
Luo, Tutsi, Nyakusa
, Tambuka, Makonde, Zulu

The Inescapable, Indivisible Essence of Pottery by Warren Frederick
Published in The Art of African Clay: Ancient and Historic African Ceramics, Douglas Dawson Gallery, Chicago Illinois, 2003.

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Calabar