Gola_28 Mucubal Woman Ankle Adornments Framed Canvas | Virei, Angola
The Mucubal people are a subgroup of the Herero people in southern Angola. Like the Maasai to whom they are said to be related, they are semi-nomadic depending on cattle and agriculture. The Mucubal people typically wear little clothing adorned with ankle and wrist cuffs.
Organic natural handmade wooden frame. Artwork is by South African fine arts photographer David Ballam.
50" H x 35" W x 2" D