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This African Paintings for Sale Page lists artworks by the artists' names, alphabetized from A-Z by their first name.
Original African art paintings for sale by over 30 African artists on one page! Experience the diversity and enjoy the artwork!
Abdul's clear, crisp paintings of East African tribal people are available as prints at various sizes & at affordable prices.
Maasai artist Artist Lizah paints scenes and tribes people from his home near Lake Naivasha, Kenya, East Africa.
From Cameroon, Angu offers an array of content and colors, put together to form one frequently geometric painting.
Appiah Ntiaw is from Ghana, but lives in Denmark. He paints from his memories and experiences in Ghana's capital city, Accra.
These original African paintings are a style found in Tanzania that are made by a variety of African artists.
Selling to us in the USA, Blue Rhino Maps Ltd. in Kenya provide authentic, mint map prints. They are at the lowest prices online.
Kenyan born & raised, Chagwi works on light canvas. His African art paintings are crisp & clear, showing realistic villagers & wildlife.
This wildlife painter captures the raw life of animals in the wild. He is well known & hailed as one of East Africa's best artists.
With a blend of geometry & a theme of African women, Elisha Ongere is a solid, unique talent in East Africa, Europe, & the USA.
An almost unbelievable skill, Enam Bosokah's portraits come to life through the use of 2 simple elements: art paper & a ball point pen.
Ephrem is in the permanent collection of Smithsonian African Art Institution & The Metropolitan Museum of Art in the USA.
This young, emerging artist from Kenya paints landscapes that he beautifully envisions in his mind. He also creates abstract portraits.
Living in New York, USA, website owner Gathinja Yamokoski is passionate about African artwork & her Kenyan traditions.
Maasai painting African artist John Ndambo paints abstractly with a palette knife, cutting into dense paper with quick strokes.
African artist Joseph Thiongo paints mostly in watercolors, focusing on the Maasai villages, mountains, and wildlife found in East Africa.
These greeting cards contain original African paintings on their cover and are often used as small framed artworks. $10 each!
Using wax, textiles, and dye on cotton cloth, these batiks resemble market and village scenes with quality and originality.
Kowie Theron hails from South Africa. He creates thick painted tribal outfits that an African would wear at a significant threshold.
Mahlet is a woman artist in Ethiopia. Her African artworks are a combination of a graceful fashion sense & intricacy in painting.
Martin Bulinya paints mostly abstract Maasai figures in all their shine and stature. He is a well known artist throughout East Africa.
4" x 6" original, hand painted cards, often framed as small paintings, show the color and figures of the Maasai tribe.
Nii is a Ghanaian African artist living in Spain. His clean, perfected style speaks volumes about his West African culture and subjects.
From Ghana, Nii hand makes African card paintings. Cards include envelopes, but often are framed.
Ghanaian Peter Boateng uses graphite pencils to create extraordinary, realistic portraits. Each one takes several days to complete.
Born and raised in Tanzania, Ras T has developed a unique style of large, abstract paintings that capture the eye on any onlooker.
Animated & bright, Sarah's paintings appeal is their cheerfulness. Authentic Maasai fabric appear in many of her African artworks.
Simon Muriithi's paintings from Kenya are strikingly original, abstract, and highly sought after from collectors around the world.
These handmade greeting cards come from South Africa and are gorgeous renditions of the wildlife and culture of the region.
Kenyan artist, Steve Mbatia, creates collage paintings of African themes and photographs from pieces of paper.
Ghanaian African artist Ti Jay has been featured in several African medias & his art is now being collected all over the world.
Willie Wamuti paints African women out of respect & admiration for their influence and shaping of African society and culture.
Handmade empty wine bottle African art depicts the strong African woman. Made by website founder, Gathinja.
This African wildlife artist beautifully captures the essence of wildlife in their natural habitat with precision & close detail.