Traditional two-headed crocodile motif, handpainted in Sirigu, northern Ghana in the style of the village's famous painted houses.
Meaning: the two crododiles share a stomach, sybolising 'unity with diversity'.
Acrylic paints on stiffened, handspun, handwoven cotton strip cloth. Ready for framing or mounting.
Female artist - Ata.
Approximate size: 39 x 30 cm / 15 x 11 in.
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