“If a child wants to pick a ripe pepper, let him do it. When it gets in his eyes he will stop himself!” Fine detailed example of the distinctive style of the prolific and long lived master flagmaker of the Anomabo workshop, Kwamina Amoaku (1895-1985) – See Forni & Ross, Art, Honor, and Ridicule (2017:61-62) for a discussion of this significant figure and the Anomabo workshop with which he was associated. Dates from circa 1970. One tiny patch in the ‘N’, otherwise excellent condition.
Measurement: 55 inches x 35 ins, 141 cm x 89 cm.
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