APN556459

R350.00R18,000.00

A panel of schematic representations of the Igbo peoples daily life, including a yam beetle with uli motifs on its back and, in the triangle above, a double gong, ogene. A series of narrow vertical panels to the right bear abstract patterns derived from (left to right) a ritual cloth, akwa-nka; another type of cloth called kpom-kpom; and a sacrification pattern, ogalu.

African Canvas – The Art of West African Women
By Margaret Courtney-Clarke
Published By: 1990

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Digital: Social Media, Text Book: Cover – Worldwide, Text Book: Cover – Print and Digital – Worldwide, Book: Inside – Single Use – Single Publication, Text Book: Cover – Single Territory, Text Book: Inside – Print and Digital – Single Territory, Décor: Framed Prints, Television Broadcast: Advert – Single Territory, Banners: Pull-Up or Stadium – Single Territory, Digital: Website and Social Media – Single Territory, Newspaper: Front Page – Single Territory, Newspaper: Inside – Single Territory, Magazine: Inside – Double Page Spread – Single Territory, Television Broadcast: Up to 10 Years – Worldwide, Television Broadcast: Up to 5 Years – Worldwide, Television Broadcast: Up to 18 Months – Single Territory, Television Broadcast: Up to 5 Years – Single Territory, Video Presentation: Internal, Exhibition: Catalogue – Single Territory, Exhibition: Permanent – Single Territory, Exhibition: Up to 10 Years – Single Territory, Exhibition: Up to 5 Years – Single Territory, Exhibition: Temporary – Single Territory, Text Book: Inside – Print and Digital – Worldwide, Text Book: Cover – Print and Digital – Single Territory, Text Book: Inside – Print and Digital – Single Language – Single Territory, Magazine: Cover – Single Territory, Magazine: Inside – Single Territory

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