Impressionist Paintings from West Africa(27 items)
Welcome to the Impressionist Paintings from West Africa Gallery at NOVICA.
K. Baka Paintings and batik art
"For my paintings, many a time I see them in dreams and visions before I actually paint them. So in the morning I organize my materials and start painting."
“I have now been working with Novica for 15 good years. I call it good because indeed the past 15 years have been full of good opportunities.
“Aside from seeing a change in my business, I have also seen a change in the way I do things and my level of... read more
Popular Impressionist Paintings from West Africa
Signed Impressionist Painting of an African Drummer, "Sound of Music"$117.99
Celebrating the musical traditions of Bolgatanga, Ghanaian artist K. Baka paints this impressionist composition to depict a royal musician. Wearing a traditional smock, the subject holds a conga drum under one arm, performing for an audience. Baka uses a contrast between blue and white for this striking painting.
Signed Painting of Two Men on a Farm from Ghana, "Two Paddies"$287.99
Embracing each other, two longtime friends look out over their farmland together. Ghanaian artist K. Baka paints this composition in a style that blends impressionism and expressionism, using broad strokes of the brush to capture the beauty of the setting sun. He says "...making a hundred friends is not a miracle; the miracle is to make a single friend who will stand by your side, even when hundreds are against you."
Signed Impressionist Painting of Village Houses from Ghana, "Sunset II"$67.99
A sun-kissed sky with colors of yellow and orange frame a quotidian scene of Ghanaian life. A silhouetted pair of village houses rests below a group of trees, painted with an impressionistic style by K. Baka. He draws inspiration from the village of Mamfe.
Signed Impressionist Painting of Villagers from Ghana, "The Watchmen"$67.99
Inspired by a quotidian village scene from Bongo, Ghana, artist K. Baka paints this composition with an impressionistic style. The silhouettes of two villagers are depicted alongside their homes, framed against a cloudy sky. These men serve as volunteer watchmen, protecting their village from thieves.