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Owusu-Ankomah, Movement #27, 2002

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Owusu-Ankomah, Movement #27, 2002

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Product Information

Artist:

Owusu-Ankomah

Dimensions:

image size, 17" x 9.2"; frame size, 23" x 15.2"

Materials:

print in high-gamut digital ink on fine-art archival 250-gsm paper

Frame details:

hardwood

Frame finish:

matte black

Why We Love This

A fine print of an original work in acrylic and pencil by Owusu-Ankomah. Born in Ghana, Owusu-Ankomah creates dynamic paintings rich with spiritual meaning. In his most recent works, such as this piece from 2002, figures covered in bold symbols nearly blend into the background.
Purchase, Friends of Modern Art Acquisition Fund, and with funds from Lila and Gilbert B. Silverman and Molly and Mark Valade (2007.121). Copyright Owusu-Ankomah.

Why We Love This

A fine print of an original work in acrylic and pencil by Owusu-Ankomah. Born in Ghana, Owusu-Ankomah creates dynamic paintings rich with spiritual meaning. In his most recent works, such as this piece from 2002, figures covered in bold symbols nearly blend into the background.
Purchase, Friends of Modern Art Acquisition Fund, and with funds from Lila and Gilbert B. Silverman and Molly and Mark Valade (2007.121). Copyright Owusu-Ankomah.

About 1000Museums, Inc.

1000Museums high quality standards exceed the expectations of museums and their curators. This is important to us, because we know if they are impressed, you will be too.