Artist's description:

Agahu was created by the Egun speaking people of Ketonu. Although this dance was believed to be based on the Yoruba dance from Badagry because the Yoruba costume was used, some Yoruba words were used in Agahu songs, and the dance is associated with the Nigerian town Badagry, Agahu is a popular social dance in West Africa. Agahu's music is also very important to the dance. Dance movements are closely related to the percussive rhythms and songs. The lead drum, a large barrel-shaped drum called an agboba, can distinguish Agahu from other dances. In this dance there are two circles, one with men and the other with women.

Printed on canvas and stretched on wood bars, wired back side, Covered with 2 layers of varnish, that gives protection from UV and deep vivid color look,

Shipping package: bubble plastic wrap+ front foam board layer.
Ready to hang.

Made from manipulated digital photos, paper sketches, canvas paintings with textures and computer effects and digital painting.

Manipulated, Digital, Full spectrum.
Limited edition. Will be numbered and signed in back.
Certificate of authenticity included.

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Agahu (2018)


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This artwork is sold by algis berziunas from Lithuania

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