African village women with water containers on their heads. The artist Angu Walters often paints women and mothers.
This painting depicts a surreal African scene of rebirth.
African village women walking to the weekly market.
Here is an oil painting of an odd couple of people who love one another.
Naïve art oil painting of an African drummer.
Naïve art painting of an African drum player.
Painting of an African drum player in crisp acrylic colors.
A charming tiny oil painting of an African family.
Before there was Twitter, there were drums. Acrylic painting of an African villager delivering a message by use of drums.
An original acrylic painting from Cameroon titled The Cyclist.
Oil painting of a festive African village on market day, Saturday, with many people busy or having a good time.
A scene of a village in Central Africa, as painted by Cameroon artist Angu Walters.
Here is a painting of three West African women returning to their village carrying containers of water on their heads.
The Happy Family is a small original oil painting from Cameroon.
This is a small original painting is of women at work in Africa with water containers atop their heads.
This is an original acrylic painting of a village in Central Africa.
Those who actually have visited a busy African marketplace will have a particular appreciation of this scene.
Here is an original acrylic painting by Angu Walters of an African village in Cameroon.
The Village Market II is an oil painting depicting a village market in Central Africa.
Oil painting of an African village on market day, by Angu Walters of Cameroon.
Painting of African women with baskets of fruit on their heads.
Water is life is a small acrylic painting of a woman carrying on her head a container of water.
All sorts of people come together in a small African village on market day, Saturday.
Painting by Angu Walters in celebration of traditional African dance.
The village doctor healing the sick with traditional Central African medicine.
This painting is a scene of African villagers returning home with their harvest at nightfall.