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Oiputa, Nalangu, Enchipai, Leboo

Oiputa, Nalangu, Enchipai, Leboo

Coffee and acrylic on canvas

19 x 18 cm per painting

Regular price €580,00 EUR
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  • Artist receives 63% of the revenue
  • All paintings are unique art pieces
  • Support the Tanzanian art scene

Delivery time 2-4 weeks

Please contact us if you need your painting more urgently or on a specific date.

The delivery time is due to the individual, careful preparation of the painting, should a covering or framing be desired. Thank you for your patience!

Shape - How do you want to receive the painting?

Rolled - You receive the rolled up canvas (or other material) in a tube and take care of the stretching and framing of the painting yourself.

Stretched - We stretch the canvas onto a stretcher frame. As soon as you receive the painting, you can immediately hang it up. We add a surcharge of €30 for the materials, labour and higher shipping costs. This option is only available for canvas paintings.

Framed - On request, we can also take care of the framing for you. Please send an email to:
Together we will find the right frame for you and provide you with a customised quote.

Tura about the creation of the 4 paintings:
"I live in Dar es Salaam, where it is quite difficult for artists to find a place to work, so I decided to go around and knock from door to door, especially old houses. During my explorations, I found a house on the beach that looked abandoned. A young Maasai welcomed me and we became friends. He showed me around and introduced me to other Maasai who lived there, and that's how I got to know Enchipai, Leboo, Nalangu and Oiputa. Every time I painted, they came to me and asked me lots of questions. They had never seen my art before and didn't understand it, so I decided to paint something they were familiar with. Themselves."
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the artist


Tura is a young and incredibly talented artist from Tanzania, currently residing in Dar es Salaam. Her art revolves around the themes of mental health, women, and nature, and she skillfully brings these subjects to life through the use of various textures and shapes…

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