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Tingatinga paintings F317

The artist Tingatinga, Eduard Saidi, gave the name to the painting style Tingatinga. He came from a fishing village Msasani, on the coast of the Indian Ocean in Tanzania. Today, this type of painting is considered to be the national art of Tanzania. It all started with Saidi painting pictures on house walls as graffiti. After a while, he started using cheap and shiny bicycle paint on masonite boards, which we today associate with the Tingatinga paintings. This painting was very much noticed and loved. Tingatinga had several large and acclaimed exhibitions in his home country and abroad. The image world is naive and colourful but still true to nature. The inspiration for the motifs is nature in all its forms.

Tingatinga died in 1972, just 35 years old. Before his death, he had trained several relatives to carry on the tradition of Tingatinga painting. In this theme auction, we see the best of Tingatinga painting's charming pictorial world. All paintings come from a private collection.
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