Incorporated in Masoud’s art works are the intricate tribal patterns that are still seen tattooed into the faces of his people – the Makonde of Tanzania and Mozambique. Masoud’s work is characterised by movement, intertwining of subjects and colour combinations.
This painting is about the joy of friendship and the coming of age for three young boys.
- 96cm Length x 75cm Wide
About the artist:
Masoud Kibwana, born 1988, is a painter from Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. His paintings on canvas capture the beauty, culture and traditions of the East African people. His meticulous attention to detail gives life and depth to the subjects in his work. Incorporated in his art are the intricate tribal patterns that can still be seen tattooed into the faces of the Makonde people of Tanzania and Mozambique. His work is characterised by movement, intertwining of subjects and colour combinations not immediately identified as African. The detailed 3D applications along the edges of the paintings, usually with white detail, give his paintings an interesting aspect. Kibwana has exhibited his work in Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Taiwan, China and Italy. His work is in the collection of The Silesian Museum in Opava in Czech Republic
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