- Limited Edition
- Ships Signed and Numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from the Artist.
- Measures 20x21 inches
- African Theme
A limited-edition release by Maurice Evans depicting two African women headed home after a trip to collect water from a local watering hole.
The water container is frequently carried on the head and is associated with a crown symbolizing the importance of water and the person bringing the water back to the village. The water container is frequently associated with a woman's womb where life is created.
Measures 20x21 inches. Serigraph. Limited Edition. Edition Size of 325 pieces. Ships signed and numbered and with a certificate of authenticity from the artist.
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Maurice EvansWithin a few brief years, Maurice Evans has established himself as on of the best in the field of Black Art. His work has delighted countless collectors of African-American art. Heavily influenced by music, his series of paintings entitled, "The Colour of Jazz", although contemporary, tends to remind the viewer of a time when jazz was paramount. No matter the subject or whether the works are executed on paper, wood or canvas - the texture, intense colors, strong emotion and unusual, exaggerated perspectives, are what define a Maurice Evans painting. Learn
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