'EXCLUSIVE 20th CENTURY TRIBAL ART’

ABOUT

Bert Debaere is a non-practising lawyer who worked in banking in Vancouver and Brussels, until he found his vocation in primitive art in the art district of Brussels in early 2014.

There he got the chance to meet with families who used to reside in the former Belgian Congo , which sparked his interest for Central (and Western) African tribal art. In 2016, he decided to set up his own Online Gallery of Tribal Art, with a focus on tribal sculptures and masks from the 1900s.

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Bert's Gallery stands for museum quality tribal art, at wholesale prices.

All pieces from Bert's Gallery are being carefully selected on their aesthetic/artistic value. 

The majority of the objects on display in the Gallery date back from the 3rd and 4th quarter of the 20th century, although we have older objects as well. Prices usually vary between 300 - 2000 EUR*.

The decorative artefacts (which were probably not used tribally) are distinguished from the authentic, tribally used artefacts by labelling.

Do not hesitate to contact us with any specific questions; each object is unique and has its own story to tell!

Please contact us if you do not see items you want...We might be able to find them for you.

"Add beauty to your home and value to your collection with an original tribal piece of Bert's Gallery"

(*Shipping costs depend on the country of destination.)

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              Pablo Picasso, 1907, Head of a sleeping woman (Study for Nude with Drapery), oil on canvas, the Museum of Modern Art, New York

Among some of the major artists who have been influenced by African Art are Van Gogh, Picasso, Bracque & Matisse. Because of the fixation on realism, they no longer felt related to the contemporary expressions of art and they were looking for a more raw, magic and religious imagination of their subconscience, which they found in these artefacts. Watch: The Picasso Project

 

 

 

 



'EXCLUSIVE 20th CENTURY TRIBAL ART’


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ABOUT

Bert Debaere is a non-practising lawyer who worked in banking in Vancouver and Brussels, until he found his vocation in primitive art in the art district of Brussels in early 2014.

There he got the chance to meet with families who used to reside in the former Belgian Congo , which sparked his interest for Central (and Western) African tribal art. In 2016, he decided to set up his own Online Gallery of Tribal Art, with a focus on tribal sculptures and masks from the 1900s.

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Bert's Gallery stands for museum quality tribal art, at wholesale prices.

All pieces from Bert's Gallery are being carefully selected on their aesthetic/artistic value. 

The majority of the objects on display in the Gallery date back from the 3rd and 4th quarter of the 20th century, although we have older objects as well. Prices usually vary between 300 - 2000 EUR*.

The decorative artefacts (which were probably not used tribally) are distinguished from the authentic, tribally used artefacts by labelling.

Do not hesitate to contact us with any specific questions; each object is unique and has its own story to tell!

Please contact us if you do not see items you want...We might be able to find them for you.

"Add beauty to your home and value to your collection with an original tribal piece of Bert's Gallery"

(*Shipping costs depend on the country of destination.)

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              Pablo Picasso, 1907, Head of a sleeping woman (Study for Nude with Drapery), oil on canvas, the Museum of Modern Art, New York

Among some of the major artists who have been influenced by African Art are Van Gogh, Picasso, Bracque & Matisse. Because of the fixation on realism, they no longer felt related to the contemporary expressions of art and they were looking for a more raw, magic and religious imagination of their subconscience, which they found in these artefacts. Watch: The Picasso Project