African Juju Society II

This stunning huge oil painting is of a village celebrating African juju, a kind of voodoo. The painting is full of vibrant colors and intricate details, and it captures the excitement of the festival. It's a celebration of African cultural traditions. Unique and eye-catching, this painting is sure to bring a touch of exoticism and excitement to any space. Wikipedia explains Juju so you’ll be prepared to talk about it with your guests: “Juju is a spiritual belief system incorporating objects, such as amulets, and spells used in religious practice, as part of witchcraft in West Africa especially the people of Nigeria and Cameroon. The term has been applied to traditional African religions. In a general sense the term ‘juju’ can be used to refer to magical properties dealing with good luck.”


  • NFT IncludedNo

Artwork Size & Ink Base:

130 cm ​/​ 51.2 in width 100 cm ​/​ 39.4 in height

Artwork Style

  • Figurative
  • Landscape

Artwork Size

  • Up to 1m50

Painting Technique

  • Oil

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Angu Walters of Cameroon, Central Africa

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