Batik Wall Art(56 items)
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Featured Review on Batik Wall Art
Beautiful piece of art
Love the artwork Good Akan Mother. It arrived quickly to the United States and looks just like the picture online. I also like that it is signed by the artist. I will definitely be investing in a glass frame to protect this beautiful work!
Emmanuel Atiemoh Yeboah Framed batik art
"I derive my motifs from social, cultural and historic events."
"I worked at a government survey department from 1981 to 1982. I was later asked to attend their Cartography College. Upon graduation I worked further, but due to lack of professional... read more
Popular Batik Wall Art
African Painting Batik and Calico Signed and Framed, "Working Together II"$97.99
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.
African Cotton Batik Wall Art, "Conversations"$99.99
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, it provides a glimpse of contemporary life in West Africa. It arrives in a frame of ceiba wood.
West African Batik Wall Art of Women Titled Debt Collectors, "Debt Collectors"
West African artisan Samuel Ashong's original batik artwork depicts a strong group of five women titled "Debt Collectors." Often in the marketplace, friends rely upon each other to help right any wrongs they've suffered. Ashong explains the power of these women who get their point across without speaking a word: "The body language of the debt collectors is a clear indication to the debtor. They do not give any demand notice but the debt is paid in no time." In warm tones of maize, tangerine and vermilion contrasted with chestnut brown and black accents, this batik art will be a vibrant addition to any room.