Entwistle, once again, participated in this prestigious fair, representing excellence in the arts of Africa, Oceania, Australia and the great tribal art centres of the world.
For seven consecutive years, Entwistle has been a participant in this prestigious fair, representing the paragon of excellence in the material arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas
For 2014, Entwistle exhibited masterpieces from various indigenous cultures of the African continent, including a monumental Baga D’mba (Nimba) crest from the former collection of J.J. Klejman and an important American institutional collection. Of equal importance, we exhibited a rare bronze plaque of a bird hunter from the Edo Kingdom of Benin, attributed to ‘The Master of the Circled Cross’
From the South Seas, Entwistle brought to Maastricht a monumental Dayak guardian hempatong figure and from Meso America we showed a sublime hacha stone court marker used by the Maya peoples of Chiapas State in Mexico and dating back to the Early Classical Period (ca. A.D. 250-550)