TERRACOTTA, PIGMENT, HEIGHT 38CM
Unfortunately he passed away while seeking medical assistance, but not before he had contacted my good friend Abraham Njoya who was recommended to him as the most honourable and knowledgeable art dealer in the country. In his true passionate fashion Abraham committed himself to raise enough money to at least cover the costs for the removal of the corpse to Cameroon. The pottery comes originally from Nigeria where it was in possession of a famous hunter called Munchi who later on resided in Tikar country until he relocated back to Bamoun territory in 1938. The pots were probably created by one of his wives. and were given to NKOM Nji Pamfeyoua for his healing services.