Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French

Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French
Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French

Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French

Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French. Georges Ebrin Adingra (French/African, 1933 - 2005) abstract oil and sand textural painting on canvas, signed in upper right of the painting. His paintings depicted African Tribal Imagery in the Cubist Style.

It is framed in a wood frame. The art is signed at the back.

George Ebrin Adingra studied philosophy in Abidjan till the age of 17, when he received a scholarship for the Academy of Fine Arts (École des Beaux-Arts) in Marseille (France), which he attended for three years and left after graduating with distinction in 1955. This was followed by studies in architecture in Nancy, concluded in 1957, and travels through Europe and America.

Adingra won the Laurent Prix de New York awarded by Galerie Duncan and became known through exhibitions in Paris, New York, Amsterdam, Milan, Rotterdam, Abidjan, Kobe, and Malmö. His work was exhibited at Artclub Gallery in Rue de Rivoli, Paris, France, and at Dussard Art Gallery in New York. He used acrylics, sand and even tiles glue on a burlap canvas to depict African tribal imagery and mysticism in Cubist style, his themes include the Poro secret society, Calao birds, Kora string instruments, healers and wizards, the Akan, Senufo, and Ashanti people.

Adingra's work was appreciated by the anthropologist Dr. Max Mohl and the businessman and art collector Hans Bogatzke, who became Adingra's patrons. Adingra died of cancer in Angiers (France) in 2005.

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Vintage Georges Ebrin Adingra Painting Totemic Abstract Textural Painting French