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  • NOVICA Blue and Yellow Tone Cubist Painting of People from Ghana
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    NOVICA Blue and Yellow Tone Cubist Painting of People from Ghana
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    A man and a women wearing traditional African clothing are depicted in this cubist painting from Ghana. Gordon Amponsah paints this sophisticated composition with bold colors of blue yellow and red signifying the cultural unity between Ghana and South Africa.
  • NOVICA African Multicolored Cubist Painting of People from Ghana
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    A woman and a man stand side-by-side in this sophisticated painting from Ghana. Gordan Amponsah paints the subjects with rainbow-colored clothing in the cubist style against a background of beige adding copper rings for the woman's earrings.
  • NOVICA Original Acrylic Portrait Painting of African Farm Woman
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    NOVICA Original Acrylic Portrait Painting of African Farm Woman
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    A Ghanaian woman heads to the farm to harvest some produce for her family. Her relaxed bearing and gentle half-smile convey her sense of satisfaction with the day's labors. African artist Alex Mensah captures the moment beautifully in this original acrylic painting.
  • NOVICA Bahia Woman Original Oil Painting
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    NOVICA Bahia Woman Original Oil Painting
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    See how beautiful the women from Bahia are and feel passion for them! challenges Rosah Casanova. Painting with acrylics she masterfully transmits the legendary beauty of the women of Bahia who are descendants of African and Portuguese peoples. They are known for their mesmerizing green eyes which shine ever more under the make-up of vanity. Titled Vaidosa in Portuguese.
  • NOVICA Red and Yellow Abstract African Fashion Painting
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    NOVICA Red and Yellow Abstract African Fashion Painting
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    Gordon Amponsah paints an abstract silhouette of a woman in a yellow skirt with a brown and white top. His use of bold shape and clear color makes each composition a striking statement of his own aesthetic. Women today find it creative and trendy to fuse African and Western fashion styles he muses. The artist presents the painting in a Manila board passe partout.
  • NOVICA African Acrylic Painting
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    NOVICA African Acrylic Painting
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    The sweet music of a flute has the power to call people together believes John Atta Mensah inspiring him to paint the portrait of a woman playing the flute. As if hypnotized by her melodious call people emerge from the background to stand right behind her. On the lower left corner the image of the Ashanti Akuaba fertility doll symbolizes the power of tradition.
  • NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of African Women from Ghana
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    NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of African Women from Ghana
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    Two African women look off into the distance standing side-by-side with a child nestled against the back of one. Working in the expressionist style Ghana's Samuel Asamoah paints his subjects with geometric lines adding a variety of colors to the women's clothing with a rosy pink background.
  • NOVICA Signed Multicolored Painting of African Women from Ghana
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    NOVICA Signed Multicolored Painting of African Women from Ghana
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    A multicolored composition depicts a line of African women walking side-by-side with pots and trays atop their heads. Ghana's Emmanuel B. Coker expresses his admiration for hardworking women painting this vibrant composition in the impressionist style and emphasizing the women's decorative attire.
  • NOVICA Blue-Tone Signed Cubist Painting of Two People from Ghana
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    NOVICA Blue-Tone Signed Cubist Painting of Two People from Ghana
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    With a love for French culture Ghanaian artist Gordon Amponsah paints this composition in the cubist style to depict a woman and a man standing side-by-side wearing traditional African clothing in tones of navy and bright yellow. Standing against a blue background the subjects gaze off to the left of this striking and sophisticated painting.
  • NOVICA Original African Painting
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    NOVICA Original African Painting
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    Poised in beauty and femininity a woman sits with her head upon her hand. Her long dress drapes down transforming into large ceramic pots behind which a fertility doll seems to peer out. Everything seen in the painting pertains to beauty fertility and delicacy explains Samuel Asamoah. The Ghanaian artist paints with acrylics in vibrant shades of red orange blue purple black yellow cream and brown.
  • NOVICA African Porter Signed Painting
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    NOVICA African Porter Signed Painting
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    Henry Appiah portrays a kaya or porter balancing a large basket on her head. These women gather at a strategic place in the market awaiting clients who need to transport goods from one place to another. His vivid palette instills the woman with warmth as she begins her workday in the early hours of the morning.
  • NOVICA African Fine Art Original Painting from Ghana
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    NOVICA African Fine Art Original Painting from Ghana
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    Seen in silhouette a woman's torso appears as though behind a brick wall. Beads encircle her full hips. Joseph A. Quaye works in acrylic on canvas to paint the evocative portrait enhancing the composition with blank spaces that look like cut-out rectangles and punched circles.
  • NOVICA Signed Art Expressionist Painting of a Women with Food
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    NOVICA Signed Art Expressionist Painting of a Women with Food
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    Two women walk with poise balancing foodstuffs atop their heads in this expressionist painting by Ghanaian artist Noah Boachie working in the expressionist style. This composition is a celebration of the hardworking nature of African women with vibrant tones of red and peach that reflect their inner passion.
  • NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of Dancing Women from Ghana
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    NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of Dancing Women from Ghana
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    For Ghanaian artist Emmanuel B. Coker rhythms do not only come from drums. He expresses that notion in this expressionist painting depicting four women in hues of yellow and green. Using calabash gourds to create their own music these women dance to vibrant rhythms in this painting bringing a touch of African culture to any home.
  • NOVICA African Abstract Fine Art Painting
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    NOVICA African Abstract Fine Art Painting
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    Light glimmers through a panorama of deep blue caressed by black. Akwele Suma recalls a blackout in 2007 when generators at Akosombo failed. The light makes reference to the Sirigu Women's Association for Pottery and Art (SWOPA) where electricity is generated with solar panels. This is about making the best of the worst situations in life the artist confides.
  • NOVICA Signed Cultural Cubist Painting of Two People from Ghana
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    NOVICA Signed Cultural Cubist Painting of Two People from Ghana
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    Standing side-by-side a man and a woman wearing traditional African clothing are painted in the cubist style resulting in a beautiful sophisticated composition. To the right of the couple is a colorful comb alongside an S-shaped adinkra>/i> symbol that signifies energy. For Ghanaian artist Gordon Amponsah this painting represents the cultural unity between Ghana and South Africa reflecting on the way people communicate through different cultural symbols.
  • NOVICA Signed Multicolored Cubist Painting of People from Ghana
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    NOVICA Signed Multicolored Cubist Painting of People from Ghana
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    Dressed for a festive occasion a woman stands with two men each wearing colorful clothing that expresses their African culture. Painting in the cubist style Gordon Amponsah reflects on the way people express themselves with clothing adding a copper ring to the composition for the woman's earring.
  • NOVICA Colorful Signed Cubist Painting of People from Ghana
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    NOVICA Colorful Signed Cubist Painting of People from Ghana
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    Five women stand in a line wearing striped colorful African clothing in this sophisticated painting from Ghana. Gordon Amponsah paints the group of models in the cubist style against a background of light blue displaying their traditional garb in a couture show.
  • NOVICA Ghanaian Mother and Child at Dusk Signed African Painting
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    NOVICA Ghanaian Mother and Child at Dusk Signed African Painting
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    The sky is tinged with the colors of dusk as a woman walks to a nearby stream. On her back her baby looks out into the world as mother carries the pot of water on her head. Painting with acrylics Isaac Kwadwo Afedi captures the essence of long standing traditions in Ghana.
  • NOVICA Signed Acrylic on Canvas Painting of African Women
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    NOVICA Signed Acrylic on Canvas Painting of African Women
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    Their bond of friendship may be unbreakable but the two women depicted in Isshaq Ismail's original painting are clearly at odds. Dressed alike they stand back to back and face in opposite directions as if trying to ignore one another. Ismail renders the composition in a mostly monochrome palette accented with splashes of bold color. I want the world to know how important it is to be truthful to our friends confides the artist.
  • NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of Mother and Child from Ghana
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    NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of Mother and Child from Ghana
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    Accompanied by her child an African woman stands over a basket blowing away the chaff a process that removes the hard outer casings of grain. Ghanaian artist Emmanuel B. Coker paints this candid moment in the expressionist style against a background of blue hues. The Adinkra symbol nkyinkyim is featured in this painting with amazing style representing initiative dynamism and versatility.
  • NOVICA Original Ghanaian Painting of Elderly African Woman
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    NOVICA Original Ghanaian Painting of Elderly African Woman
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    Beauty can be found both in the old and the young confides artist Alex Mensah of Ghana. He pays tribute to aged beauty in this eloquent original painting of a female village elder. Despite her age the dignified old woman still dresses herself in full tribal regalia to venture forth into the village. The relaxed portrait is rendered in acrylic paint and aciduro a local pigment made from nails.
  • NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of a Ghanaian Woman Cooking
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    NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of a Ghanaian Woman Cooking
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    Celebrating the virtue of African mothers Ghanaian artist Noah Boachie paints this compelling composition in the expressionist style depicting a mother hard at work with her child slung on her back. The artist names this painting Secret of a Woman quipping that her secret is not to depend on her husband.
  • NOVICA Mixed Media African Woman's Portrait
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    NOVICA Mixed Media African Woman's Portrait
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    A woman returns from the market with a basket of rice grain on her head. She is riced up says Ghanaian artist Alex Mensah. He depicts the woman realistically and adds a sensation of depth with splashes of grey and brown. The signature Lexis is his nickname.
  • NOVICA Expressionist Portrait Painting
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    NOVICA Expressionist Portrait Painting
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    Turning away from the viewer a young woman is silhouetted in sunlight. She wears her hair in tiny braids plaited with unseen colorful threads. This is a traditional hairstyle Ghanaian artist Nii Ablorh Sowah says. I would be happy if everyone could wear it to promote our African values and beauty.
  • NOVICA Painting of Woman with Broken Pot Modern African Art
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    NOVICA Painting of Woman with Broken Pot Modern African Art
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    A look of stunned surprise appears on this woman's face as she realizes her ceramic pot is broken. The unexpected happens sometimes when one is trying to achieve something in life observes Isaac Kwadwo Afedi. Painting with acrylics in a bright palette of yellow and orange hues the Ghanaian artist creates an admirable visual vignette of tradition mixed with the mischievous finger of fate. Titled Ko asuo na ebo ehena in Akan.
  • NOVICA Signed Ghanaian Modern Freestyle Painting of Women with Fish
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    NOVICA Signed Ghanaian Modern Freestyle Painting of Women with Fish
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    Four women with colorful dresses stand side-by-side peddling their stock of fish in this candid scene from a Ghanaian market. Celebrating his African roots Godwin Atta Geoman paints this composition in the modern style.
  • NOVICA African Abstract Painting with Adinkra Symbols and Quotes
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    NOVICA African Abstract Painting with Adinkra Symbols and Quotes
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    This painting by Frank Nii Amaarh Ashiteye is a veritable artistic masterpiece with an underlying message. The title 'Deadly Obsession' was chosen for this painting because it represents the zeal and passion with which we follow our desires and ambitions which could be on the negative or positive note as they lead us to our dreams or to our destruction explains the Ghanaian artist. Every color every image every quote and every Adinkra symbol holds a meaning in this acrylic on canvas: The clock symbolizes the 12 months in a year by which a person has to stay to do whatever he or she decides it also talks about a day when we are actively involved in work continues Ashiteye. The blue masks symbolize those who use their position for their own selfish desires whiles the white one represents the opposite. The figure of a woman is also portrayed in the work which depicts what most people say when a man is down in life - that it is all for a woman's love. The quotes include: He who has a why to live can bear almost any how by Friedrich Nietzsche. The circumstances that surround a man's life are not important. How that man responds to those circumstances IS IMPORTANT. His response is the ultimate determining factor between success and failure Booker T. Washington The stylized adinkra symbols on the clock include four small circles representing wisdom knowledge and prudence; next is Gye Nyame a symbol to declare God's omnipresence; the following one is Akoma or heart symbol of patience and tolerance. The last one is Adinkrahene the chief Adinkra symbol which stands for greatness charisma and leadership.
  • NOVICA Original Painting from Africa
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    NOVICA Original Painting from Africa
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    It is a busy day for this Ghanaian woman wearing a dress and turban of many colors. Sitting at the crowded market she still has tomatoes peppers fish and garden eggs to sell on a large wooden tray. She becomes a muse for Ricson Agyare as he paints her portrait with acrylics on canvas.
  • NOVICA Signed Cultural Expressionist Painting of People from Ghana
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    NOVICA Signed Cultural Expressionist Painting of People from Ghana
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    Two dolls alongside the profiles of women with expectant expressions are featured in this compelling composition by Ghanaian artist Godwin Atta Geoman. Working with a variety of colors in the expressionist style the artist reflects on the traditional African custom by which women without children were given fertility dolls.
  • NOVICA Artisan Crafted Folk Art Painting
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    NOVICA Artisan Crafted Folk Art Painting
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    The pride of every African woman is to have a child Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah says. Cradled in loving arms a baby basks in his mother's love. Yeboah works in oils on calico adding cutouts of batik cloth for their gowns framing it with ceiba wood.
  • NOVICA African Portrait Painting
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    NOVICA African Portrait Painting
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    Two expecting women converse about their babies and their hopes and dreams for the little ones. Masterfully depicted against an abstract background the young mothers radiate warmth and hope. Thomas Greenslade brings a universality to his beautiful canvas.
  • NOVICA Beautiful Woman in Red in Deep Green Brazilian Garden
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    NOVICA Beautiful Woman in Red in Deep Green Brazilian Garden
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    Surrounded by lush green a woman in red poses for Brazilian artist Ezequias. In this oil on canvas Ezequias captures the woman's voluptuous features as he celebrates Afro-Brazilian beauty through his unique art. This painting comes from Ezequias' private collection which his only surviving relatives are sharing through NOVICA. Titled Mulher de Vermelho no Jardim in Portuguese.
  • NOVICA Ghanaian Abstract Painting of Women in Pastel Colors
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    NOVICA Ghanaian Abstract Painting of Women in Pastel Colors
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    This acrylic painting by Nana K.K. depicts four stylish ladies each carrying pots on their heads two facing each other. The fabrics worn by these women have prints of African tie and dye explains the artist. He demonstrates a complete control of the color palette working with blue brown and green.
  • NOVICA Original Signed Watercolor Painting of an African Village
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    NOVICA Original Signed Watercolor Painting of an African Village
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    Sunset fills the sky with fire bringing blessedly cool breezes after the hot afternoon. Walking homeward merchant women return from the market carrying empty baskets on their heads. Henry Appiah works in watercolor to convey the colors of a West African village.
  • NOVICA African Art Fertility Rites of Passage Mixed Media Painting
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    NOVICA African Art Fertility Rites of Passage Mixed Media Painting
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    Ghanaian artisan Cherkoh shares his modern version of a centuries' old tradition with this stunning painting. Throughout Africa a rite of passage - be it child birth marriage or death - is accompanied by the playing of instruments mostly the drum and flute. The type of tune they play distinguishes one rite from the other. Child birth is the beginning of all the stages in the rites that is why a woman who cannot conceive is given an Akuaba doll as a symbol of fruitfulness. I used the Akuaba doll in the background as a sign of childbirth and the jubilation that accompanies it with the musicians playing the flute and drum explains Cherkoh. He paints with oils and masterfully outlines the musicians with dried plantain leaves creating a stunning composition.
  • NOVICA Impressionist Painting of African People from Ghana
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    NOVICA Impressionist Painting of African People from Ghana
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    Two women walk with a child carrying pots atop their heads on their way to the market in this candid depiction of everyday life in Africa. Ghanaian artist Andy Isong paints this piece in the impressionist style working with muted brown colors against a blue and beige background.
  • NOVICA Original Acrylic Painting of Young African Woman
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    NOVICA Original Acrylic Painting of Young African Woman
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    Well aware of her physical charms a curvaceous young Ghanaian woman pauses in her chores to allow her admirers a long look. Artist Alex Mensah of Ghana renders this eloquent and fluid portrait in acrylic paints and aciduro a local pigment made from nails.
  • NOVICA Signed Cubist Portrait Painting of a Woman from Brazil
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    NOVICA Signed Cubist Portrait Painting of a Woman from Brazil
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    Sirelle Boyadjian paints a vibrant composition from Brazil using a mixed media collage to depict the face of a woman in the cubist style against a background of bright green. This fantastic painting represents the passion of Brazil's African descendants. The artist affectionately refers to her subject as Neguinha a Portuguese word that means sweetheart. Titled Eu Sou Neguinha in Portuguese.
  • NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of a Village Woman in Pink
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    NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of a Village Woman in Pink
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    Working in the abstract style Ghanaian artist Noah Boachie depicts a graceful woman in a dress looking off in the distance with a pot atop her head on her way home. The artist surrounds his subject with abstract forms in beautiful peach hues celebrating the poise of African women.
  • NOVICA Cubist Portrait Painting
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    NOVICA Cubist Portrait Painting
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    Cool shades of blue depict sophisticated women in elegant clothing with a distinctive West African flair. All three women emerge from a cubist-style canvas to carry voluptuous clay jars. African modeling has taken a height where maidens display their fashionable outfits together with pots artist Prince Dewodo says. He incorporates a traditional Ghanaian adinkra symbol into the green wrap blouse. With its rotating form gye nyame means I fear none except God.
  • NOVICA Original African Painting Signed Fine Arts
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    NOVICA Original African Painting Signed Fine Arts
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    Our world is full of ideas and the more we imagine the more we can achieve and become successful believes Adams Gasakor. He communicates his message through his brush with acrylics on canvas and a palette of rich intense colors. Gasakor abstracts the features of a human face and at the top corresponding to the brain; and he includes themes he believes people are usually thinking about such as finding love and working hard to forge ahead. The middle of the canvas shows the eyes and underneath them women carrying baskets on their heads are depicted on the cheeks flanking the nose and square pouting mouth.
  • NOVICA African Acrylic Painting
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    NOVICA African Acrylic Painting
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    A patchwork of color suggests movement in a sunny canvas by Thomas Greenslade. Emerging from the busy background a woman is seen in silhouette. I depict a market porter in-depth. She is sitting on an overturned basin with a long chewing stick in her mouth as she ponders her lengthy woes he explains.
  • NOVICA African Women in Modern Freestyle Signed Painting from Ghana
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    NOVICA African Women in Modern Freestyle Signed Painting from Ghana
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    Most women in the villages of Ghana go to fetch water for daily usage says Bright Dankyi Mensah of his muses. He paints of millenary customs in a unique and modern cubist style subtly juxtaposing shapes patterns and bands of color to effectively convey the high energy of a busy morning.
  • NOVICA African Expressionist Painting
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    NOVICA African Expressionist Painting
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    Carefully leaning down with a sleeping baby on her back a woman collects ripe watermelons. Whether for her family or to sell she labors hard during the day to ensure her children's well being. K. Baka paints a remarkable portrait of motherhood in the Ghanaian countryside.
  • NOVICA African Portrait Painting
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    NOVICA African Portrait Painting
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    Myriad women gather with empty pots joining their voices in prayer asking God to bring water. Painting with acrylics Seth Korkodi Selom creates a composition with a powerful message.
  • NOVICA African Women Painting Signed Fine Art
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    NOVICA African Women Painting Signed Fine Art
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    Dressed in long robes colorful headdresses and rich jewelries four women come together to share their woes and dreams. They are icons of beauty explains Samuel Asamoah of this painting. We need to cherish women. Mastering impasto techniques the Ghanaian artist paints with acrylics on canvas with a palette of blue purple orange pink yellow green cream and brown hues.
  • NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of Ghanaian Mothers at Work
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    NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of Ghanaian Mothers at Work
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    A row of women carry pots atop their heads and babies slung on their backs in this striking painting from Ghana celebrating the hardworking nature of African women. Noah Boachie works in the expressionist style surrounding the women with abstract shapes and colors in peach and blue hues for a painting that makes an excellent addition to any home. He names the painting A Real Mother reflecting on the dignity required for a woman to raise a child.
  • NOVICA Multi Color Painting of Women Dancing Signed African Artwork
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    NOVICA Multi Color Painting of Women Dancing Signed African Artwork
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    Dancing comes naturally especially if you have a good sense of rhythm believes Ghanaian artist Bright Dankyi Mensah. Observant of two women dancing Mensah follows the choreography and the rhythm with his dynamic brushwork and a melodious palette of acrylic colors.
  • NOVICA African Fine Art Signed Painting
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    NOVICA African Fine Art Signed Painting
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    Music is not just noise it's noise of regular frequency which is exciting to the ears of the listener believes Ghanaian artist Joseph Kobina Prah. Painting with acrylics he fills the canvas with vibrant colors and masterfully delineates the image of a woman playing drums.
  • NOVICA African Portrait Painting
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    NOVICA African Portrait Painting
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    Balancing a calabash gourd a women strides purposefully forward her self-worth understood. Suggesting exuberant ruffles Bernard Mensah represents every woman in a glowing tribute to her gender.
  • NOVICA Modern Free Style Painting of African Customs Signed Art
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    NOVICA Modern Free Style Painting of African Customs Signed Art
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    Waves of colors that evoke different emotions represent life's ups and downs in this vibrant painting by Ghana's Prince Oduro. In the foreground a woman sells tomatoes on a tray with a torch improvised from a coffee can to keep flies away. She seems to look back at friends carrying heavy loads on their heads on the way to a nearby village. Painting with acrylics Oduro shares a modern interpretation of long-standing customs.
  • NOVICA African Cubist Painting
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    NOVICA African Cubist Painting
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    Geometric shapes cover an intricate canvas revealing houses clustered in a rural hamlet. Beneath the spreading branches of a venerable tree women pause in their chores for a moment of conversation. I depict different faces to describe how different people without similar backgrounds nonetheless learn to live harmoniously in a peaceful society says artist Bright Dankyi Mensah. Love one another!
  • NOVICA African Portrait Painting
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    NOVICA African Portrait Painting
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    Asayaw Osahene Asante mixes a palette of brown black and gray shades in a composition that celebrates women. To me women are naturally beautiful and don't need any artifices believes the Ghanaian artist. He depicts various faces some in profile along with traditional African combs to symbolize beauty.
  • NOVICA Multicolored Signed Freestyle Painting of Ghanaian Women
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    NOVICA Multicolored Signed Freestyle Painting of Ghanaian Women
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    Multicolored dresses are worn by African women peddling their wares in jars atop their heads in this painting from Ghana. With great pride in his African roots Godwin Atta Geoman paints this fantastic freestyle composition celebrating a candid moment in everyday village life.
  • NOVICA Signed Art Expressionist Painting of a Woman from Ghana
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    NOVICA Signed Art Expressionist Painting of a Woman from Ghana
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    Wearing a beautiful red skirt an African woman sets out on her daily chores carrying a jar atop her head surrounded by the blue and peach hues of the rising sun. This painting by Ghanaian artist Noah Boachie shows a candid scene of Ghanaian village life celebrating the hardworking nature of women.
  • NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of Woman at Ghanaian Market
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    NOVICA Signed Expressionist Painting of Woman at Ghanaian Market
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    Celebrating a candid moment in everyday village life this expressionist painting from Ghana depicts a woman lording over her stock of oranges surrounded by a vibrant market scene. Ghanaian artist Godwin Atta Geoman paints this composition with pride celebrating his African roots.
  • NOVICA Women at the Ghanaian Market Signed Blue Red Painting
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    NOVICA Women at the Ghanaian Market Signed Blue Red Painting
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    Showing a candid scene of African village life Noah Boachie paints this fantastic composition in the expressionist style depicting three women in skirts of red and blue walking side-by-side with pots atop their heads on the way to the market.
  • NOVICA Acrylic Painting
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    NOVICA Acrylic Painting
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    Wearing their traditional full skirts and turbans bahianas (women from Bahia) enjoy a party at the foot of the lighthouse. Children romp and play while their mothers watch and one woman sells sweets from a tray. Women are an important theme for Dera who celebrates Brazilian culture in every painting. I represent women's strength in the work force and in Afro-Brazilian cultural festivities she says. Titled Festa no farol in Portuguese.
  • NOVICA Original Painting from Africa
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    NOVICA Original Painting from Africa
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    Sitting at the table five women dine on different dishes including some using spoons for the rice and stew. Others are using their hands to eat banku a traditional dish of the Ewe people in the Volta region of Ghana. Banku is prepared from corn and cassava dough which is rolled into small balls and served with either soup or in stew. I wanted to demonstrate that really there is no general formula for dining. I am expressing the different methods by which people eat says Ghanaian artist Amuda of this acrylic on canvas.
  • NOVICA African Folk Art Painting
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    NOVICA African Folk Art Painting
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    Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah honors women with his admirable artistry. Painting with oils on card paper he portrays her in silhouette and dresses her in a colorful traditional attire which he prepares with batik techniques on calico. Arrives in a tweneboa wood frame.
  • NOVICA Original Acrylic Contemporary Painting by African Artist
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    NOVICA Original Acrylic Contemporary Painting by African Artist
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    In this original artwork from Alex Mensah in Ghana he depicts Salamatu a young woman who is traveling to the city of Kumasi in the Ashanti region to seek greener pastures. Here she pauses to rest on her journey contemplating whether the grass only seems greener on the other side . The loose and dynamic portrait is rendered in acrylic and aciduro a local pigment made from nails.
  • NOVICA Multicolored Abstract Signed Painting from Ghana
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    NOVICA Multicolored Abstract Signed Painting from Ghana
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    Abstract shapes in a variety of somber colors cover the canvas in this painting by Ghanaian artist Glover Darlington. The artist paints using geometric forms and oblique lines inspired by women during an African market scene.
  • NOVICA Signed Original African Painting of Market Women
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    NOVICA Signed Original African Painting of Market Women
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    Ghanaian artist Nana K. K. paints a commonplace scene with unique flair in this original acrylic painting. A woman with exaggerated features carries an enormous bowl of tomatoes atop her head while her market companions carry pots on their heads. The artist comments that women who play a significant role in their local markets are often referred to as Market Queens .
  • NOVICA Abstract Acrylic Painting
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    NOVICA Abstract Acrylic Painting
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    Esther Yaa Alofe celebrates women of substance through her art. In many African communities the term woman of substance applies to women who are concerned for their loved ones' well-being and will go to great lengths to make sure their basic needs are covered. As such they are considered to bring hope and dignity to the family. A concerned woman is a woman of substance who always stands out among women says Alofe as she paints the abstract portrait of a woman carrying water on her head in a calabash.
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    Four women come together to share their dreams and support each other. They are dressed in long robes colorful headdresses and rich jewelries. They are icons of beauty explains Samuel Asamoah of this painting. We need to cherish women. Mastering impasto techniques the Ghanaian artist paints with acrylics on canvas with a palette of red orange pink yellow green blue purple black cream and brown hues.
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    Dressed in green over a sunny yellow background a young woman poses with a woven basket on her head. She wears earrings and a necklace as well as tribal markings. K.Baka reveres tradition through his creative sense of art painting with acrylics on ivory paper. Includes a card stock mat board.
  • NOVICA Signed Original Acrylic Painting of African Woman
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    Executing her first chore of the day an African woman fetches water and carries it home with ease. Long practice at such tasks has given her a unique grace. Alex Mensah of Ghana creates this fluid and perceptive portrait in acrylic paints and aciduro a local pigment made from nails.
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    Drawing and painting have always come naturally to Ghana's Emmanuel Martey Cherkoh. Cherkoh presents this original oil on canvas painting which depicts a Ghanaian woman carrying a pot of water with her baby on her back. This signifies the passion one must have for his/her job says the artist. Whatever the hands find to do do it with all diligence.
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    Sunset's glow envelopes the solitary figure of a woman Most of our African women work so hard on the farm that they lose track of time. Here this woman is returning late to her home after a long day's work. She's carrying firewood and food for her family back at home Bright Dankyi Mensah says. His palette is radiant in this beautiful painting.
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    The talented and versatile artist Joseph Kwaw Besoabewie of Ghana presents this original acrylic painting. The abstract composition depicts a row of colorfully clad Ashanti women standing shoulder-to-shoulder in solidarity. The Ashanti are one of Africa's matrilineal societies in which property rights and succession are determined through the mother's lineage. The confident brushwork and bold colors convey the artist's passion for the subject.
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    Seated in the busy market two women are deep in conversation. Other shoppers come and go while they eagerly catch up with news of family jobs and happenings. Nana K. K. works in a vivid palette of primary hues on a background of pink and salmon.
  • NOVICA Cubist African Painting with Adinkra Symbols
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    Agyarko Kotoko transforms his vision of tradition into a modernist sense of artistry with a spiritual undertone. Amid a flurry of color a woman raises her voice to praise the Lord with her song. Adinkra symbols are expressively depicted above and below her as Kotoko paints with acrylics. Originally created by the Akan people Adinkra are visual symbols that represent spiritual concepts or aphorisms and the Ghanaian artist includes from left to right: Dwennimmen representing humility and strength; Mate masie symbolizing wisdom knowledge and prudence; Gye nyame in the middle speaks to God's supremacy; Bi nka bi stands for peace and harmony and at the end is Kwatakye atiko. It symbolizes bravery and valor.
  • NOVICA African Realist Painting
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    Nii Amasah paints a colorful portrait of tradition featuring a Ghanaian woman preparing a meal. She is sitting in front of a coal pot making banku with corn and cassava. She uses a wooden ladle to stir the mixture until it becomes firm and then she will roll it out on a flat surface. It is served with soup or stew.
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    Shown in silhouette a graceful woman balances two coconuts on her head and holds three more in her hands. Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboa portrays her in oils on calico cotton adding cutouts of batik for her dress. The composition arrives in a frame of ceiba wood.
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    Hidden from the blazing sun a woman can now leave her stall at the market having sold everything on it. We fight for survival day after day we labor and strain and what do we attain? Yet we continue laboring under the sun observes John Atta Mensah. A palette of brown hues speckled with white emphasizes the artist's message as he paints with acrylics in a style very much his own.
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    Four women walk homeward at sunset balancing heavy calabash bowls of water on their heads. Each reaches out to steady herself on a companion. Andy Isong depicts the graceful friends in warm colors. The river banks are muddy and so risky that without much care and adaptations one can easily fall with the pot broken. This is why the women developed a strategy of supporting themselves with another hand on each other The Nigerian artist says. This strategy is applicable to life's journey. That there are a series of sticky situations in life and we need to be mindful and be each others' keeper.
  • NOVICA African Expressionist Portrait of Seated Young Woman
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    A young female potter sits on an overturned basin awaiting prospective clients. Artist Alex Mensah of Ghana calls her Sister Ama; Ama is the name given to girl children born on a Saturday in the Akan tribe. The painting is rendered in a soft earthtone palette of acrylic paints and aciduro a local pigment made from nails.
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    Eight women dressed in their best walk proudly down the street as elegant as if on a fashion runway. Celebrating their innate poise and style Henry Appiah works in a palette of red blue white and black.
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    Mothers are blessed they are physically strong they are brave and determined in times of difficult situations says Joseph Kobina Prah in admiration. This painting depicts their innermost strength in parenting. Painting with a bright palette of acrylic hues the Ghanaian artist portrays three pregnant women carrying a pot of water on their heads two of them with their babies tied to their backs.
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    Sharing an aspect of Ghanaian culture artist Prince Oduro paints a number of akuabas or fertility dolls in this original composition. Women in Ghana would traditionally carry such dolls when trying to conceive a child. The colorful painting is rendered in a Cubist style.
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    A young mother her hair neatly tucked away prepares to harvest some vegetables for her family's dinner. Ghanaian artist Alex Mensah renders the fluid and expressive portrait in a palette of earthtone acrylics and a pigment called aciduro made locally from nails.
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    A beautiful West African woman is seated playing her guitar for an appreciative crowd. A subtle treble clef is superimposed on her image. Ghanaian artist Nii Teiko Aryeetey captures the scene in his unique painting style which he calls linenism . The busy lines seem to suggest the vibrations from her instrument as she plays.
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    NOVICA Spirit of Togetherness African Signed Painting
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    The theme of this painting is about the strength and encouragement that exists between two or more people which brings about companionship. This is togetherness confides Ghanaian artist Andy Isong. Painting with acrylics he provides a bright sunny backdrop for two women who walk side by side through life.
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    Dressed in a sheer gown a woman goes to the market for food and examines the clothes on sale. This painting is inspired by my observations of Ga women who will wear anything - or practically nothing - when shopping explains Ricson Agyare as he paints with a warm palette of acrylic paints.
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    Fine colorful serpentines cascade around this woman with a large hat in this painting by Joseph A Quaye. His muse is sitting down surrounded by empty baskets. She sits quietly waiting for an opportunity to buy and sell explains the Ghanaian artist.
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    Bright Dankyi Mensah celebrates the beauty of African women and the roles they play in society with a vibrant palette of colors. By combining artistic patterns from the past with a modern style of painting I'm emphasizing the strength of a woman's character explains the Ghanaian artisan as he paints with acrylics.
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    Dressed in brilliant batiks two women pause in the busy day for a brief but animated conversation. Both laugh and commiserate with one another gesticulating with their hands. Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah portrays the pair in oils on calico adding cutouts of batik cloth for the gowns and turbans. Original and beautiful the work provides a glimpse of contemporary life in West Africa. It arrives in a frame of tweneboa wood.
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    Working in dazzling color Samuel Asamoah depicts women who walk tall and proud. All carry bowls baskets or calabash gourds some with children tied to their backs. These are the mothers we need now. Mothers who are hardworking caring mothers who fetch what is important to the family wherever it is the artist says. He signs his work as Prophask.
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    Sitting with a huge basket in front of her a woman greets customers who approach her. She sells the catch of the day in a painting by K. Baka. She is in a good mood says the Ghanaian artist who paints her portrait with acrylics on canvas.
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    Returning from the lakeside a woman balances a calabash gourd on her head. She is lithe and graceful despite the weight of her load and of the baby on her back. By K. Baka this beautiful portrait exalts the mothers of Ghana and of the world. He presents it in a card stock mat.
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    A mother with an elegant hairdo and baby wrapped around her bare back leaves the market. Having sold the contents in her bowl she makes her way home while up ahead people silhouetted against the horizon have started their journey. Nii Addo paints with acrylics his artistic sensibility demonstrated through the detailed depiction of his muse.
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    Exuding pride and confidence a young woman from Africa smiles as she begins to dance. Mastering gravure printing techniques Rui de Oliveira creates this stunning image of a dancer in traditional African clothing using acrylic and tempera. This cubist-inspired print in various hues conveys the artist's love for the colors culture and traditions of the Africa.
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    The sun is low on the horizon as she takes a rest and counts the money she has earned. Beside her is the wide basin she uses to carry shoppers' loads on her head. Noah Boachie paints this compassionate portrait of a Ghanaian woman whose job is in the busy market. He names it Paa O Paa an Akan term that refers to work involving physical strength and exertion.
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    Her head held high a Ghanaian woman represents strength and independence in this expressive painting from Isshaq Ismail. Her bold clothing and makeup convey her strength of spirit. This is my expression of being an independent life where one only depends on God for survival says the artist. I want the world to know that when you are independent in this world God is your provider .
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    An appealing color palette and loose gestural brushwork are the hallmarks of Ghanaian artist Derrick Okanta. In this original acrylic composition he depicts three colorfully dressed Ghanaian women walking after a rainstorm carrying their wares to market. He uses a brown background to convey the sense of muddy streets.
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    Ghanaian artist Attakora Yeboah captures the bustle and vibrancy of an African market in this acrylic-on-canvas study of five women presenting their wares in the open air. More than a simple snapshot of street life the work suggests the complexities of modern Africa through such impressionistic details as the characters' featureless faces and ambiguous poses.
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    Standing on a mound of ancestral masks and traditional instruments a woman looks upon her village under the baobab tree. On her head is a pot in her hands a heavy parcel and her baby is safely strapped to her back. This painting is more than acrylic on canvas. It's a complete view of Africa from the physical to the spiritual aspects of life says contemplative artist Samuel Asamoah.
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    This painting by Nana K. K depicts a young lady wearing a big hat with a bag across her chest. A beautiful well dressed African woman walks with confidence says the Ghanaian artist as he combines a palette of light brown purple yellow dark brown and green acrylics.
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    Dusk announces the end of the day promptly accompanying women on their way back home. They carry large baskets on their heads filled with the harvest keeping each other company as they walk through dry lands. Bright Dankyi Mensah creates a scene rich with details as he paints with acrylics.
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    Traveling together across the miles women find different locations to set up a market. They carry their goods on basins on their heads braving the scorching sun. Their movement from one place to another inspires this powerful acrylic on canvas by Ghana's Francis Amoah.
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    Rowing up to shore fishermen bring their catch to the women setting up shop on the beach. A flurry of blue and white creates a surreal illusion as Ghanaian artist Henry Appiah paints this portrait of tradition with acrylics.
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    Facing one another from the four cardinal directions women share an animated conversation. Luqman Boateng works in an expressionistic style to depict the new empowered woman of today. The figures and images on their long hair represent their thoughts on societal issues concerning women among other things to make the community in which they live a better one he says. Women are capable and have a role to play in society. They are able to effect change by speaking up.
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    Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah celebrates the spirit of cooperation that prevails in West African families where even the children help out. He depicts a young woman who leans lovingly toward her three youngsters. All carry bowls or baskets on their heads as they walk home from the market. Yeboah works in oils on calico adding cutouts of batik cloth for the gowns and turbans. Other details such as grass are created with pen and ink. The composition arrives in a frame of tweneboa wood.
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    Ghanaian artist Isshaq Ismail creates an expressive portrait of an African woman proud of both her beauty and her rich ethnic heritage. The artist's bold and assertive brushwork and judicious use of color add impact to the monochrome composition. I would like the world to know about African women and the way they dress. The main expression is how special women are to us the artist explains.
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    Ghanaian artist Nii Teiko Aryeetey paints an akuaba an Ashanti fertility doll in his own unique artistic style. He refers to his style of painting as Linenism ; the idea came to him from watching streaks of rain water as they were blown into slanted lines by the wind. The colorful composition captures the traditional Ashanti style in which the fertility dolls have large disc-shaped heads. Traditionally such dolls are carried on the backs of women hoping to conceive a child.
  • NOVICA African Painting Batik and Calico Signed and Framed
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    Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah celebrates the spirit of cooperation that prevails in West African families where even the children help out. He depicts a young woman who leans lovingly toward her three youngsters. All carry bowls or baskets on their heads as they walk home from the market. Yeboah works in oils on calico adding cutouts of batik cloth for the gowns and turbans. Other details such as grass are created with pen and ink. The composition arrives in a frame of tweneboa wood.
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    This is a village of hope because people are highly motivated to have a better tomorrow through their hard work says Adams Gasakor of his theme. He paints with acrylics in a cheerful palette of pastel colors. In his original naif style Gasakor depicts village huts a man and a woman holding hands a boy playing soccer and market women carrying baskets.
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    A Dagomba woman from Bolgatanga carries a dish on her head. By K. Baka this beautiful portrait depicts a prestigious woman in the community. Her name is Zinabu and she is a wife of Chief Zimbila he explains. She has prepared a special food for her husband and is taking it to him.
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    Evans Edem Doe selects a bright palette of colors to celebrate tradition through his art. My painting is about the display of the cultural richness and uniqueness of African woman explains the Ghanaian artist.
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    Sitting on a stool in front of a pot a woman prepares a meal for the family. This woman is preparing banku a traditional food from the coast especially in the Ga and the Fante communities. Banku is usually eaten with hot pepper and fried fish explains Joseph Kobina Prah. Painting with acrylics his composition is an admirable interpretation of tradition.
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    Music and dance are important in our society explains Evans Edem Doe. He depicts a woman seemingly in a trance as she gives all of her being to her dance. In the background images of fertility dolls emphasize her beautiful femininity.
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    People in an aklowa ( village in Ga language) in Bolgatanga go about their daily chores in this painting by K. Baka. Painting with acrylics he depicts a woman in yellow heading to a well to fetch water while two men leave their home. An agricultural region of northern Ghana Bolgatanga is also known for a historic market for straw hats baskets leather goods metal goods and traditional clothing.
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    Three women jam together their lively jazz improvisations inspiring Henry Appiah. Complex rhythms and the call and response musical dialogue came to characterize gospel then jazz - considered an American musical genre. Yet the circle closes as jazz returns to its African roots. I would love to see a jazz club where women play all the lovely tunes on Ladies Night the Ghanaian artist muses.
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    Mothers have united to make this world a better place by sharing ideas wherever they meet believes John Atta Mensah. Mothers work very hard to make their homes a safe haven. Painting with a colorful palette of acrylics in his unique style Mensah reveals the silhouettes of two women with bowls on their heads and around their feet with the intention to sell them so they may soon get back to their homes and families.
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    Sitting by her stall a woman selling food entices customers at a Ghanaian market. I wanted to portray the different kinds of work found in various African markets explains Esther Yaa Alofe. In her own free style Alofe captures the market's busy rhythm as porters vendors buyers and marketing people offering new brands fuse into a crowd of magnificent proportions.
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    Poised under a wide cane hat a woman stands by baskets filled with fruits to sell. She is an early riser the first to report at the market showing her dedication to her work says Prince Dewodo as he describes his muse.
  • NOVICA African Beach Scene in Watercolors
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    Pale in the afternoon sun the sandy beach is devoid of color. Beneath crimson clouds merchant women await shoppers on the shore beneath rustling palms. Working in watercolors Henry Appiah paints an evocative glimpse of life in Ghana.
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    After a long day of work women walk homeward from the market. They converse quietly falling silent as they approach the small town and welcoming houses that await. This is homecoming artist Nana K. K. affirms.
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    Two merchant women walk side by side each carrying a tray of ripe watermelon to sell. Joseph Kobina Prah depicts the pair in clouds of color conveying a sense of movement through busy white lines. A sweet approach to business creates a lot of opportunities to make sales the Ghanaian artist muses.
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