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Man, His Wife and Son at the Mirror
Man, His Wife and Son at the Mirror
SLU Digital CollectionAkala
TitleMan, His Wife and Son at the Mirror
CreatorEkpuk, Victor
Creator-BiographyNigerian, born 1964
CultureIbibio
Date2000-2002
Style-PeriodContemporary; Nsukka
Origin-Geographic Location (TGN)Nigeria
Classpaintings
Typepainting
Format-Mediumacrylic on wood
Dimensions48.5 x 23 inches
InscriptionsVictor Ekpuk 2000 (bottom
DescriptionThe nsibidi symbols for love or marriage and a child rest within the nsibidi symbol for mirror. The rest of the board is red and covered with many small black symbols and designs
SubjectNsibidi; signs and symbols; man; woman; husband; wife; human relationships; marriage; children; child; mirrors; Qur'anic writing boards; Islam; parenthood; parents; families
RepositoryNewark Museum
Record SourceRichard F. Brush Art Gallery, St. Lawrence University
RightsPlease see http://www.stlawu.edu/gallery/copyright/
Image File Namexlm_g_akala_ekpuk_victor_017_se.tif
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