Paintings of African Women by Angu Walters
In this striking pink and violet original acrylic painting the artist has painted faces of three women atop one another.
Angu Walters often paints in awe of nursing mothers. Here, in the warmest of colors.
African villagers returning home at sunset.
African women and girls walk to market with food containers atop their heads in a tropical setting.
From Africa, here is a painting by Cameroon artist Angu Walters in awe of a nursing mother.
This acrylic painting is of African villagers bringing their harvest to market in Cameroon.
A painting that captures the special bond between women, especially mothers, who look out for one another.
A painting in soft, cheerful acrylic colors it’s African villagers walking to the weekly market.
Here is a portrait of a proud mother holding her newborn twin infants.
African village women with water containers on their heads. The artist Angu Walters often paints women and mothers.
A proud mother of twin babies. Angu Walters explains this African birth celebration, click through to read more.
Fruit Sellers is a small orange painting of African woman and child carrying baskets of fruit on their heads.
Here is a 4-foot-wide oil painting of three nursing mothers.
This surreal painting of a nude female harpist is done mostly in hues of blue.
Painting of African women carrying water.
Here is an acrylic painting from Africa of a nude woman reflected in a mirror.
An African mother is seen nursing her newborn baby in this painting from Central Africa.
Here is a cheerful acrylic painting of a mother with her three young children.
This oil painting in abstract figurative style is of a gathering of African village women in Cameroon.