MARK EGLINTON

Based in New York, Mark Eglinton has a well developed eye for exceptional pieces. Made up of ritually important objects, his collection shares bold modernist structure and excellent provenances.  

CONTACT

Email - markeglinton@icloud.com

+1 646 675 7150

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Dogon

Dogon

Mali

Inland west

Figure

Dog

Wood and libation materials

31cm

 

Private collection, France 1984

Rudolf and Leonore Blum collection, Zurich-Zumikon, Switzerland, 1984-2014

Seward Kennedy (1925-2015) collection, London, UK

 

Published: Bacquart (Jean-Baptiste), “The Tribal Arts of Africa”, London: Thames and Hudson

“L’Art tribal d’Afrique Noire”, Paris: Editions Assouline, 1998.61, #10

 

Sotheby’s, London, 25 June 1984, Lot 266

Christies, Paris, Art African: OEuvers provenant de la Collection de Rudolf et Leonore Blum”, 19 June 2014, Lot 2.

Baule

Ivory Coast

Goli kple kple

Zoomorphic

Wood and natural pigments 

50cm

 

Private collection, France

Ex Marceau Riviere collection, Paris

Baule

Bamana

Bamana

Mali

Boli

Zoomorphic

Altar figure

Wood, plant fiber and fetish materials

53cm

34.6lbs

 

Private collection, USA

Ex Merton Simpson gallery, NYC

Lega

Lega

Democratic Republic of the Congo (Congo Kinshasa)

Kivu & Maniema, eastern Congo

Elephant

Zoomorphic

Bwami Society

9cm

 

Ex Michael Rhodes, NYC

Ex Ernst Anspach, NYC

Not For Sale

Photo: Courtesy of Tervuren, 1966

 

Example at the Africa-Tervuren Museum Brussels, Belgium XII, 1966:94

Bwa 

Burkina Faso

Plankmask

Nwantanty

82cm

 

Ex Woods Davy, LA

Ex Thomas G.B. Wheelock, NY

Ex Alain Dufour, Saint-Maur, France

 

Published: Masques du Burkina Faso, 1995, plate #36

Bwa

Bembe

Bembe 

Congo(Kinshasa)

Kivu region, eastern Congo

Helmet mask

echawokaba

Janus

Wood and pigments

H 49.3cm

Alunga society

Provenance:

Private collection, USA

Pace Primitive, NYC (2008)

Stewart Warkow collection, NYC

Alfred Scheinberg, NYC

Publications:

Publication(s): Expo cat.: "Animals in African Art. From the Familiar to the Marvelous", by Robberts (Allen F.), New York: The Museum for African Art, 1995:163, #112

Invitation-card: "Masks of Africa", New York: Pace Primitive, 8 April-10 May 2008

 

Exhibition(s): New York, USA: "Animals in African Art: From the Familiar to the Marvelous", The Museum for African Art, 31 March-31 December 1995

New York, USA: "Masks of Africa", Pace Primitive, 8 April-10 May 2008

Yale archive: 0090581~01

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