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Original Acrylic Painting of Lorry in West Africa

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SKU: 262541
Description
A local lorry, the typical form of public transportation in West Africa, drives at a fast pace towards the viewer in the foreground. A lonely man, a long ways from home, walks away from the viewer in the distance. Working in acrylics, Joseph Adibleku of Ghana blends warm brown hues with cool grey and purple hues to create this poignant expression of loneliness.
  • Acrylic on canvas
  • 0.84 lbs
  • 26 inches W x 30 inches H
  • Made in Ghana

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