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Signed Abstract Painting from Ghana (2016)

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SKU: 340633
Description
By Ghanaian artist Joseph Adibleku, this abstract painting features ribbons of color that dance across the canvas and interweave with each other. This painting 'reflects the artist's life experiences from one culture to another...Clashes or intersections between cultures can be of significant importance in an artist's world, as it impacts the artist's own personal experiences.'
  • Acrylic on canvas
  • 1.29 lbs
  • 39 inches W x 39 inches H
  • Made in Ghana

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