Tropical Paintings from Africa
The central importance of family is the theme of many Angu Walters paintings.
Here is an original acrylic painting by Angu Walters of an African village in Cameroon.
Angu Walters serene tiny village in Central Africa at sunset.
Painting of close friends in conversation drinking palm wine in a traditional African village.
Africans greeting visitors, welcoming them to the village. Belongs just inside somebody’s front door.
This is an original painting of an African musician playing the drum.
Friends conversing over palm wine in an African jungle village painted in improbable colors.
African villagers returning home at sunset.
The village doctor healing the sick with traditional Central African medicine.
This is an acrylic painting of a family in Africa done in such festive colors.
This painting is of a watery African landscape.
Here is a painting of three West African women returning to their village carrying containers of water on their heads.
Before there was Twitter, there were drums. Acrylic painting of an African villager delivering a message by use of drums.
African village women with water containers on their heads. The artist Angu Walters often paints women and mothers.
Nsognwa tribal dance performance in a Central Africa jungle village.
This painting is a scene of African villagers returning home with their harvest at nightfall.
Fruit Sellers is a small orange painting of African woman and child carrying baskets of fruit on their heads.
African women and girls walk to market with food containers atop their heads in a tropical setting.
Acrylic painting on canvas of two women selling fruit in Africa.
All sorts of people come together in a small African village on market day, Saturday.
A painting in soft, cheerful acrylic colors it’s African villagers walking to the weekly market.
Tranquil scene of a tiny African village at sunset, 4 foot wide painting.
This acrylic painting is of African villagers bringing their harvest to market in Cameroon.
African Juju Society is an acrylic painting of a rooster in an African Village and representing voodoo.