African Art | Wall art | Boho Decor | African Wall Painting | Black Wall Hanging | Black and White
Where Cow Dung becomes Art,
This Rwanda painting is a unique art form found in Eastern Province, This art started in the 18th Century known on the name of "Imigongo"
Imigongo is an art form popular in Rwanda traditionally made by women using cow dung. Often in the colors black, white and red, popular themes include spiral and geometric designs that are painted on walls, pottery, and canvas.
The images are produced using cow dung which is put onto wooden boards in spiral and geometric designs. The dung is left to harden and is then decorated using colors made from organic material. The traditional colors are black, white, red, grey and beige-yellow but increasingly other colors are used.
This listing is for only one Wall Decor painting which measures:
Height: 15 Inches
Width : 11.5 Inches