Seascapes Paintings from West Africa(52 items)
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I just received The Lost Fishermen and I love it. This artwork arrived quickly to the United States and looks just like the photo online. It is beautiful up close and from a distance, and draws lots of attention from visitors. Definitely worth the purchase.
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Popular Seascapes Paintings from West Africa
Framed Oil Painting on Cotton and Batik Cloth from Ghana, "The Lost Fishermen"$119.99
Three colorfully-clad fishermen paddle hard for home in this appealing artwork from Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah in Ghana. He crafts the piece using cotton fabric and scraps of batik cloth, painted with oil colors and ink. The piece is presented in a ceiba wood frame ready for hanging. The fishermen's boat bears the motto, 'Sea Never Dry' which "stems from the belief that people have an immense capacity for creativity," explains the artist.
Acrylic on Canvas Seascape Painting from Ghana (2020), "Seascape"$864.99
A group of fishermen get ready for a day on the water in this scenic seascape painted by West Africa's Francis Amoah. The artist uses a rainbow of acrylic colors to paint the scene, emphasizing the serene blues of the sea and sky. Loose brushstrokes give the impression of a fleeting moment in time.
Impressionist Painting of People in Beach Scene from Ghana, "Avenue of Expression"$409.99
People go about their typical days on the beach, selling fish and bringing in the latest catch in this impressionist painting from Ghana, featuring a colorful palette and style that allows the shapes and forms to blend together. In the foreground are fish vendors who greet the viewer like an old friend. Presented by Alfred Cran-Mensah, this painting brings a touch of Ghanaian culture to any home.
Original Acrylic Painting Fish and Boats from West Africa, "What Future II"$809.99
Depicting a body of water teeming with fish and boats, West African artist Samuel Asamoah names this painting "What Future II." For the artist, this piece is reflective of "fishermen using poisonous chemicals in fishing." Painted in moody blues, this painting is an expressive and contemplative reflection on ecological suicide.