African Relief Panels(57 items)
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Beautiful piece of Art
This beautiful piece of carved wood Benin Chief fit perfectly with my other wall art in my living room and its a great addition to my collection.
I got two of these to decorate a wall in my home. They are well crafted and lovely to look at each day. They make me happy when I see them.
Splendid work of art.
This piece of art reminds me of the days when we washed our clothes in the wash pot. I bought this about 7 or 8 years ago, and it stills looks new. The wood and colors are solid and durable. It's a beautiful work of art by the artist.
George Obeng Wood sculptures
The artist is motivated to carve by one principal theme: "Recording the events" of his time.
Popular African Relief Panels
Traditional Ghanaian Festival Scene in Hand-Carved Teak, "Chief's Procession"$169.99
Drums announce the arrival of the chief, who is carried on a palanquin by devoted assistants. George Obeng reminisces of bygone days in Ghana when kings and chieftains came together with their subjects in events known as Depicted in a teakwood relief panel, the head linguist reverently carries the chief's staff as all gather for a time of dancing and feasting.
Beaded African Wood Sculpture of African Continent, "African Mama"$47.99
In this original sculpture from Ghana's Awudu Saaed, a woman's face is silhouetted against the continent of Africa. The artisan carves the sculpture by hand from rubberwood and gives it a dark finish. The African continent is then covered with colorful recycled glass beads. The sculpture can be displayed on the wall or on a table.
Wall art, "Benin Chief"$169.99
A chief holds court in his palace, surrounded by his handmaidens. Holding fans, they waft cool breezes toward their beloved leader. One person kneels and proffers an offering in this handsome wood wall panel by Issaka Ibrahim. He creates the low relief images with applications of charcoal and white glue, which are then carved by hand.
Hand Carved Ghanaian Wood Wall Relief Panel, "Drumming and Dancing"$239.99
A Ghanaian artisan brings a local dance to life in this gorgeous, detailed wall relief panel. Four men garbed in traditional clothing play and dance with drums and a guitar underneath a lush canopy. The artisan was inspired by his grandparents to create this design, whom he would watch dance while living with them.