African Art Online — A Bucket to ShareOil on Canvas

By: African Art Online  06-Dec-2011

Here Thompson portray's a vibrant village lifestyle of adequacy in its inadequacy, where the bucket is shared in different chores. The burnt surface of the bucket suggests it’suse for cooking stuff like pumpkins, fresh maize and the like in big traditional families as wellas washing and fetching water for home use.

Here, the daughter is using it for bathing while the mother waits by the well to use it for fetching water home.

Medium: Oil on canvas

Size:80 x 60cm


Original Work.

Please note: This is an original work and a shipping charge of $78.00 will apply to insure the art arrives safely to it's new destination. Please select Thompson Namukaba as the shipping method when proceeding though the checkout.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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