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Songye peoples
19th–20th century
Punu peoples
19th–20th century
Bamileke peoples, Chiefdom of Bansoa
Late 19th–early 20th century
Hemba artist
19th–early 20th century
Sakalava peoples
17th–late 18th century
Bamileke peoples
18th century
Sapi-Portuguese artist
15th–16th century
Edo peoples
16th–17th century
Yoruba peoples, Owo group
17th–18th century
Edo artist
16th century
Edo artist
16th–17th century
Bamana artist
late 19th–early 20th century
North Nguni peoples
19th century
Olowe of Ise
before 1938
ca. 1500
Zlan of Belewale
before 1960
Kwele peoples
19th–20th century
Senufo peoples
19th–mid-20th century
Bamana artist
15th–first half 20th century
Dan artist
19th–mid-20th century
Fang-Betsi artist
19th century
Edo artist
16th century
Kongo artist and nganga
late19th–mid-20th century
Dogon artist
18th–early 19th century
Yoruba peoples
12th–15th century
Luba or Hemba peoples
19th century
Middle Niger civilization
13th century
Ejagham peoples
19th–20th century
Fang peoples, Okak group
19th–early 20th century
El Anatsui
Kongo artist and nganga, Yombe group
Second half of the 19th century
Akan artist
ca. 1800
Amhara peoples
late 14th–early 15th century
Bamum kingdom
before 1880
Dogon peoples
14th–17th century
Bongo artist
late 19th century
Chokwe artist
19th century (before 1869)
Baule peoples
19th–mid-20th century
Mbunda peoples
19th–early 20th century