New Art Online by Silas Adelanke Adeoye, Nigeria | September 2020 | buy art online

His works represent a continuation in the tradition of Yoruba Art, recognizable by his choice of pigment to suit each motif. Visual art, in the historic Yoruba setting, was generally restricted to the courts of the kings and chiefs, and to religious houses.

Kiss The Bride
Kiss The Bride

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