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Seriously, we are confident that our African woman art will enliven your wall but also make your heart tinkle.
This is because our art pieces celebrate the beauty, character, incredible resilience but also the individuality of the African woman.
Plus the tradition and modernity that she epitomizes, sometimes concurrently.
The African woman—as a collective—is often used as a byword for unattractiveness, war, poverty, starvation and illiteracy.
This is thanks to the focus by the media on the most dire situations on the continent.
But for most of these women, this is not their daily reality.
We hope that our living African woman art collection will gradually change this "wretched" narrative.
So what are our all-time favorite African woman art pieces?
Three categories, actually…
A masterpiece from our African woman painting collection makes the perfect wall art or gift on the subject.
If you want to get ultra-specific, you can go straight to these collections:
Obviously, these are not exclusive categories and chances are that an artwork will fall in two or more categories.
Stunning African woman sketches by our masters will floor you. See for yourself...
The energy and warmth of the African women bursts through the ornately-carved ebony wood sculptures of tribal women such as...
The Masai, Samburu, Turkana and Karamojong of East Africa.
Globalization is well and truly part of our lives and you'll likely find renowned fizzy drink brands in the remotest villages of Africa.
Some African women have embraced modernity, diverse aspirations and achieved feats that any woman across the globe would relate to.
Other women, however, still practice their culture, dressing and living just as their forebears did.
Modernity and tradition need not be contradictory and mutually exclusive concepts, after all.
And this "paradox" is reflected in our African woman art collection.