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Another Day In The Village

Apae Mohammed Charinda

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When you gaze upon this painting, you will be transported back to a time when superstitions were common and uncivilized beliefs were rampant. You will see a snapshot of an African village, where people are engaged in various activities that may seem strange to the modern eye. From huts to witchcraft, sacrificing chickens to capturing albinos, this painting captures the essence of a bygone era.

At first glance, the painting may appear to be a celebration of these outdated beliefs and practices. However, it is important to note that the painting is not condoning or glorifying these practices. Instead, it seeks to highlight the importance of recognizing and repudiating these superstitions and moving towards a more enlightened and civilized society.

One of the most striking aspects of this painting is the depiction of huts. These huts are a reminder of the simple, communal way of life that was prevalent in many African villages. They represent a time when people lived in harmony with nature and with each other, and when the rhythms of life were dictated by the sun and the seasons.

However, the painting also depicts a darker side to this village life. We see people engaged in witchcraft, sacrificing chickens, and capturing albinos. These practices are a stark reminder of the ignorance and fear that once plagued many communities. They represent a time when people were unable to understand the natural world and sought to explain it through supernatural means.

It is important to note that these practices are not condoned or celebrated in the painting. Instead, they serve as a warning of what can happen when people allow their fears and superstitions to take over. They are a reminder that we must always strive to understand the natural world through science and reason, and that we must reject any beliefs or practices that are based on ignorance and fear.

Another notable aspect of the painting is the depiction of albinos. Albinos are often the subject of discrimination and persecution in many African communities, and this painting captures this sad reality. The albinos in the painting appear to have been captured, and their fate is left to the viewer's imagination. However, their presence serves as a powerful reminder of the need to combat discrimination and prejudice in all its forms.

In conclusion, this painting is a powerful work of art that captures the essence of an African village during a time when superstitions and ignorance were common. It serves as a warning of the dangers of allowing our fears and superstitions to take over, and as a reminder of the need to strive towards a more enlightened and civilized society. While the practices depicted in the painting are not condoned or celebrated, they are a powerful reminder of the need to recognize and repudiate outdated beliefs and practices. This painting is a must-see for anyone interested in African history and culture, and it is sure to leave a lasting impression on all who view it.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Medium: Painting : oil, acrylic, ink
Themes: Handmade African Art
Support: Canvas
Type: Unique work
Framing: Not framed
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Origin:
Handcrafted in Tanzania
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Collections: Cultural

Type: African Art

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Size Guide

Centimeters (CM)

Inches (IN)

50CM x 40CM

19 11/16 in X 15 3/4 in

50CM x 50CM

19 11/16 in X 19 11/16 in

60CM x 60CM

23 5/8 in X 23 5/8 in

70CM x 50CM

27 9/16 in X 19 11/16 in

80CM x 60CM

31 1/2 in X 23 5/8 in

100CM x 80CM

39 3/8 in X 31 1/2 in

140CM x 110CM

55 1/8 in X 43 5/16 in