A. Maria Raithatha


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After a debut sell-out collection, Raithatha's returns with her latest collection. The title of this drawing refers to the slave castle in Elmina, Ghana from where millions of Africans were transported. 
The central chain contains the adinkra symbol, wawa aba. This represents toughness and perseverance.

Ink, pen and gold ink on Bristol board paper. Arrives ready-to-hang, frame included.


A3 (29.7 x 42cm)

Framed size

43.5 x 56cm (Frame included)


Ink on paper


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