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Although African art is presented here as an integral element of economic, social, and political institutions, in the final analysis the prime element is aesthetic.
A knowledge of the meaning behind these symbols plays an important part in understanding and appreciating painting and sculpture.
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Introduction Prehistoric Rock Art Classical African Sculpture Impact of Hunting The Art of the Nomads Wooden Sculpture Bambara Farmers and their Art The Art of the African Kingdoms Kuba-Bushong Art Secret Societies Mask Art Art and Kinship Religious Art The Art of Witchcraft Art for Art's Sake The aim of this article is to place African tribal art in its social context rather than to discuss aesthetic appeal, stylistic zones, and the formal qualities of art objects.