In most underdeveloped countries application of machine and technological means of run their life have been applied in most recent decades but before people of a certain minority or ethnics used different methods to get their daily need which mostly where shelter. cloths and food. As this Charcoal on colored black manila paper shows two women crushing corn to get flower out of it for preparing a meal for their families.
And the title of a picture comes from Swahili word Twanga which its verb is Kutwanga means crushing something. This is the National Language of Tanzania and which is now being spoken on the eastern and southen party of Africa.
Title - Twanga
Year - 2006
Size - 21 x 30.1 inches
Style - Abstract
Medium - Charcoal and acrylic on Black colored paper.
Original - Yes original work
Selling status - ON MARKET
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ATTN: The first photo shows the appearance of the whole paint and others shows the parts of the whole paint magnified.