Further Oceanic Tribal Art

Oceanic tribal art is a fascinating and highly sought-after area of the art market. As a renowned collector and enthusiast for oceanic ethnographic works of art, we are pleased to bring a rare collection gathered over 30 years to serious international clients and collectors.

 Fijian | Maori | Tongan  | New Caledonian | Further Oceanic | All Oceanic

The traditional art of the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Islands, including Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia, encompasses a wide range of art forms, including woodcarving, pottery, textiles, tattooing, and jewelry. Oceanic tribal art is highly prized by collectors and museums around the world for its intricate designs, skilled craftsmanship, and cultural significance.

Some of the most famous examples of Oceanic tribal art include the carved wooden figures, shields, and masks of the Sepik River region of Papua New Guinea, the intricately woven mats of Tonga, and the tapa cloths of Samoa and Fiji. These works of art are not only beautiful but also provide insight into the rich cultural heritage of the Pacific Islands.

In conclusion, Oceanic tribal art is a unique and fascinating area of the art world that is highly prized by collectors and museums around the world. Whether you are a serious collector or simply appreciate the beauty and cultural significance of these works of art, I encourage you to explore this rich and diverse area of artistic expression at Nicholas Wells Antiques.

If you are interested in acquiring Oceanic tribal art for your collection, please do get in touch without delay.


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