A Soninke woman paints the wall of her house in Djajibine, Mauritania Photo credit: Margaret Courtney-Clarke - reminds me of fingerpainting my bedroom walls as a teen. and look at her beautiful garment.
Kente cloth is one of the oldest known West-African fabrics. It has roots steeped in the tradition of weaving, which date as far back as BC. Kente as we know it, however, was developed in the century by the Ashanti people of Ghana
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stayspectacular: “archatlas: “African Canvas Margaret Courtney-Clarke The Art of Africa is a casualty of colonial exploitation, surviving principally in the museums of other countries. ~ Nadine Gordimer ”My objective in this work is to document an.