3 edition of Ovimbundu women and coercive labour systems, 1850-1940 found in the catalog.
Ovimbundu women and coercive labour systems, 1850-1940
by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
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High on the Benguela Plateau of Angola live the approximately million Ovimbundu peoples. They farm and raise livestock. Although Ovimbundu art was inspired by Chokwe forms, contact with Europeans probably informed the naturalism evident in some Ovimbundu works.
Depictions of Ovimbundu women are characterized by their braided hairstyles. Other artworks, predominantly. From inside the book.
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