In this beautiful mixed media painting, the artist is depicting an African ritual of how new born babies were named by the village chiefs, or the family patriarch. African Americans continued this ritual as an important part of keeping their cultural heritage in years following Emancipation. As time in the New World progressed, the family matriarch— grandmothers and great-aunties, became the central figures in the modern day equivalent of the naming ritual.
Wrapped around the sturdy New Zealand Pinewood frame, this canvas is made from a high-quality polycotton material perfect for printing stunning, high-resolution designs with a semi-gloss satin finish. Setup is super-swift—it already comes with a self-assembly hanging kit.
.: Material: high-quality polycotton
.: New Zealand Pinewood frame
.: 3 sizes to choose from
.: Semi-glossy satin finish
.: Comes with a self-assembly hanging kit