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Angu Walters

Father and Son, 2011

Painting : oil 13.8 x 9.8 x 0.4 inch


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Angu Walters, Father and Son

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Artwork sold in perfect condition

An African father seen with his young son. Delivery will be by DHL directly from the artist in Africa and will include a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
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Professional art gallery • Bamenda, Cameroon

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13.8 x 9.8 x 0.4 inch
Not framed
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Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Hand-signed by artist





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Angu Walters

Angu Walters

Cameroon • Born in: 1980

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The African artist Angu Walters' studio is in the NW Cameroon city of Bamenda which has since 2017 found itself at the very center of a brutal civil war. There are not a lot of places more perfectly remote where a gifted artist seeking to emerge from obscurity faces greater obstacles.

Angu got his start as a student of the noted American-born Cameroonian artist Nzante Spee.

Angu paints in diverse styles, most often abstract figurative and the surreal. In addition to music-themed paintings, his work often focuses on family life and traditional African village life. His works express surrealism because he believes that his dreams are inspirational to his life and works. He often titles his favorite paintings, “The Happy Family”, because to him the family is the foundation on which a successful professional and matrimonial life is built. Many paintings express his special reverence for mothers.

His works are exhibited in galleries world-wide and in Africa at the Cameroon National Museum in Yaoundé. Following the pattern set by his own mentor. Angu has helped guide a number of younger artists.

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