This hand woven, hand painted korhogo cloth painting shows the nature of sub-Sahara Africa with great style and quality. The antelopes shown in this korhogo painting are an omen of good fortune.
In ancient times most of the Sahara desert was covered with vegetation. As time passed, and the vegetation died, the animals migrated to other areas. The antelope was one of the last animals to leave the area. To see an antelope became a sign of hope and prosperity.
A great conversation piece, and beautiful wall hanging.
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Approx 66" x 44". Made in Ivory Coast.
Spot clean only. Hang dry outside to remove slight smells.