MBUTI PYGMY BARKCLOTH ARCHIVES

These pieces have all been SOLD.
They are left here for educational and reference purposes.

Available Mbuti Barkcloth can bee seen on MBUTI BARKCLOTH PAGE and MBUTI BARKCLOTH PAGE 7

Click on a name to see a larger image and larger detail.

 Mbuti 153
33.5"x 20"
SOLD

 Mbuti 161
33" x18"
SOLD

Mbuti162
33" x 15"
SOLD

Mbuti 163
35.5" x16"
SOLD


Mbuti 168
35" x14.5"
SOLD

Mbuti 170
32" x 20"
SOLD

Mbuti 189
33" x 17.5"
SOLD

Mbuti 190
35.5" x 15.5"
SOLD


Mbuti 166
32" x 20"
SOLD

 Mbuti 169
28.5" x11"
SOLD

Mbuti 180
32.5" x 14"
SOLD

Mbuti 184
28" x 17.5"
SOLD


Mbuti 185
30.5" x 21"
SOLD

Mbuti 174
29" x 14"
SOLD

Mbuti 187
32" x 22"
SOLD

Mbuti 182
34" x 14.5"
SOLD


Mbuti 185
30.5" x 21"
SOLD

Mbuti 187
32" x 22"
SOLD

Mbuti 188
34" x 18"
SOLD

Mbuti 190
35.5" x 15.5"
SOLD

 

Mbuti 176
36" x 13.5"
SOLD

 

Mbuti 181
32" x 16"
SOLD

 

Mbuti 171
35.5" x 15"
SOLD

Mbuti 172
35.5" x 12"
SOLD

Mbuti 173
28.5" x 16.5"
SOLD

Mbuti 156
31" x18"
SOLD

Mbuti 164
35" x14.5"
SOLD

Mbuti 179
32" x 13.5"
SOLD


Mbuti 168
35" x14.5"
SOLD

Mbuti1 170
32" x 20"
SOLD

Mbuti 175
31" x 13"
SOLD

Mbuti 187
32" x 22"
SOLD

Mbuti 11
SOLD

Mbuti 12
SOLD

Mbuti 13
SOLD

Mbuti 14
SOLD

Mbuti 15
SOLD

Mbuti 16
SOLD

Mbuti 17
SOLD

Mbuti 18
SOLD

Mbuti 19
SOLD

Mbuti 20
SOLD

Mbuti 21
SOLD

Mbuti 22
SOLD

Mbuti 23
SOLD

Mbuti 24
SOLD

Mbuti 25
SOLD


Mbuti 26
SOLD

Mbuti 27
SOLD

Mbuti 28
SOLD

Mbuti 29
SOLD

 

Mbuti 30
SOLD

Mbuti 31
SOLD

Mbuti 32
SOLD

Mbuti 33
SOLD

Mbuti 34
SOLD

Mbuti 35
SOLD

Mbuti 38
SOLD

Mbuti 39
SOLD

Mbuti 65
SOLD

Mbuti105
SOLD


MBUTI 113
SOLD



Mbuti 127
SOLD



Mbuti 136
SOLD

 

 

Mbuti 35
SOLD


 

 Mbuti 41
SOLD

 

  Mbuti 42
SOLD

 

  Mbuti 43
SOLD

 

 Mbuti 44
SOLD

 

  Mbuti 45
SOLD

 

 Mbuti 46
SOLD

 

 Mbuti 47
SOLD

 

 Mbuti 48
SOLD


 

 Mbuti 49,
SOLD

 

Mbuti 50,
SOLD

 

Mbuti 51,
SOLD

 

Mbuti 52,
SOLD

 

Mbuti 53
SOLD

 

Mbuti 54
SOLD

 

 Mbuti 55
SOLD


Mbuti 56
SOLD


 

Mbuti 61
SOLD


Mbuti 63
SOLD

  

Mbuti 64
SOLD


 Mbuti 66
SOLD

 

Mbuti 57
SOLD


 

 Mbuti 67
SOLD


 Mbuti 68
SOLD
  


 Mbuti 69
SOLD

 

Mbuti 70
SOLD


 

 Mbuti 71
SOLD

 

Mbuti 72
SOLD
 


Mbuti 73
SOLD
 

 

 Mbuti 74
SOLD



Mbuti 75
SOLD


Mbuti 76
SOLD

 

 Mbuti 77
SOLD

 

 Mbuti 79
SOLD
 


 Mbuti 80
SOLD
 


 

MBUTI 81
SOLD

 

MBUTI 82
SOLD


MBUTI 83
SOLD
 

 

MBUTI 84
SOLD


 

 MBUTI 85
SOLD

 

 MBUTI 86
SOLD

 

MBUTI 87
SOLD

 

MBUTI 88
SOLD



 MBUTI 89
SOLD
 


 MBUTI 90
SOLD
 


 MBUTI 91
SOLD
 


 MBUTI 92
SOLD
 


 

MBUTI 93
SOLD

 

MBUTI 94
SOLD

 

MBUTI 95
SOLD

 

MBUTI 96
SOLD


 

MBUTI 97
SOLD

 

MBUTI 98
SOLD

 

MBUTI 99
SOLD

 

MBUTI 100
SOLD


 

MBUTI 101
SOLD

 

MBUTI 102
SOLD

 

MBUTI 103
SOLD

 

MBUTI 104
SOLD



MBUTI 106
SOLD


 MBUTI 107
SOLD
 


 MBUTI 108
SOLD
  

  

Mbuti 125
SOLD



 MBUTI 109
SOLD

 

 MBUTI 110
SOLD


 MBUTI 111
SOLD


MBUTI 112
SOLD


 

MBUTI 116
SOLD

 

MBUTI 117
SOLD
 

 

Mbuti 119
SOLD




Mbuti 123
SOLD


 

Mbuti 129
SOLD




Mbuti 133
SOLD




Mbuti 137
SOLD


 

Mbuti 142
SOLD

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MBUTI 106
SOLD



 MBUTI 107
SOLD
  



 MBUTI 108
SOLD
  




 MBUTI 109
SOLD

 

 MBUTI 110
SOLD



 MBUTI 111
SOLD



MBUTI 112
SOLD


 



MBUTI 117
SOLD
 

 



Mbuti 118
SOLD

 

 

Mbuti 120
SOLD





Mbuti 122
SOLD




 

Mbuti 124
SOLD





Mbuti 126
SOLD





Mbuti 130
SOLD





Mbuti 131
SOLD




 

Mbuti 134
SOLD



 

Mbuti 135
SOLD



 

Mbuti 140
SOLD





Mbuti 143
SOLD


Mbuti 65
35" x 14"
SOLD

Mbuti 105
35" x 13"
SOLD



MBUTI 113
34" x 15"
SOLD

 



 MBUTI 115
30" x 16"
SOLD




Mbuti 127
35" x 13.5"
SOLD



Mbuti 136
33" x 17"
SOLD



Mbuti 138
36.5" x 15"
SOLD

 

Photographs © Hamill Gallery

MBUTI PYGMY, BARK CLOTH ARCHIVES, DRC

Made by the Mbuti pygmy of the Ituri Forest, this textile is made by beating a layer of tree bark until it is thin and pliable. The women choose the tree and the preparation and beating are done by men .The women then paint the designs, which are often symbolic, using a mixture of charcoal and fruit juice.

CARE: The cloth is not fragile and can be pinned onto a wall or panel for display, or framed like a work on paper.To eliminate wrinkles, the cloth can be misted with water, and then gently ironed on the back, but this may make it difficult for the cloth to lay flat.

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