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Tanzanian African artist Masoud creates colorful, fun African paintings.           - Masoud -

30 Other Artists & their African Art Paintings for Sale Online


At right are just a few examples of Sold artworks from several African Artists, available now as art prints in several mediums, frames, & other media options.



See several other Artist's original art for sale.


About 30 Other Artists

Historically, we have had about 35-40 artists on our Store Page for this Category, often with artists only submitting 1-2 paintings at a time. But we call it an even 30 Other Artists and the Page currently features available paintings from a variety of artists across Africa.

Tanzanian African Artist, Masoud

Masoud reached out us in 2012 to be one of our artists. After several conversations, we purchased two of his paintings, now sold. We were struck with the originality and detail of these two paintings as no other African art we had seen was like it. In April of 2015, we returned to Masoud to collect three more original paintings for us in New York from Masoud in Tanzania. The three artworks are unlike 2012's, yet still combine skill and originality. Masoud paints colorful, lively paintings that leave a happy impression on their viewers. A young artist, Masoud has great talent and we are proud to help him launch his career on True African Art!

James Nii Addo

James Addo with one of his paintings and a photoshop insert of the True African Art logo. James wrote to us some years back from Ghana, West Africa, asking to be on the website. Like so many artists before him, we asked to see pictures of his paintings and conducted a phone interview with him. James became an excellent communicator and his art was stunning! The art has since sold.

Recently, we received some new paintings from James, including a medium size sequel to "Lullaby."  See them on our Store Page for 30 Other Artists.


- Maryann Muthoni with Website Owner, Gathinja -
- John Ndungu with his painting and Gathinja -

John Ndungu's exquisite style really gives one the feeling of being in the night. He says that his African paintings represent the work and grace of the revered African woman.

Only until some years after an initial purchase from Maryann Muthoni did we actually meet her in person. We had bought "Blue Day" through a phone transaction and never actually spoke to her as her Colleague in the studio did the negotiations on her behalf. We were both glad to have met up with each other in her studio 3 years later and the above is the picture we took together. The original of "Blue Day" was a unique masterpiece, painted on a hard board with seemingly dozens of shades of blue. Welcome and thank you Maryann!

Other Women African Artists
on True African Art.com

  • Kenyan artist and Website Owner, Gathinja.
  • Kenyan who crafted with Maasai fabric, Sarah Shiundu.
  • Ethiopian fashion painting artist, Mahlet.
  • Sold works by Anne Berenge and Jane Wanjeri.

MARTIN KAMUYU's
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Wildlife in Africa - Jane Wanjeri - Kenya -
"Sunrise Watch"
African Coast African Coast Cottage Scene
"Forest House"



At right are samples of Sold artworks from several African Artists, available now as art prints in several mediums, frames, & other media options.



See several other Artist's original art for sale.







An abstract view of a musical African character.
Masoud - Tanzania
"Keeping it Cool"


Elephants - Masoud - Tanzania - True African Art .com
Masoud - Tanzania
"Grand Elephants"



James Addo - Ghana
"Lullaby"


African art by Woman Artist Maryann Muthoni
Maryann Muthoni - Kenya
"Blue Day"


A typical village scene in East Africa.
Jane Wanjeri - Kenya
"Village Chores"


Our sole African art painting by Martin Kamyu - SOLD
Martin Kamyu - Kenya
"The Rooster Crows"


An abstract painting of a Face.
Kuku - The Congo
"Congalese Face 2"


An abstract painting of a Face.
Wilson Simwa - Kenya
"Another Place"