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Contemporary Painting and Sculpture

Contemporary Painting and SculptureThe creative inspirations of early civilization such as the Nok, Ife, Benin and Igbo-Ukwu presented the foundation and platform for the creative evolution of cycles and generations of modern artists in Nigeria.


Art traditions, which started with traditional carvers, have today metamorphosed into contemporary art with “western-trained” artists. Contemporary Painting and SculptureNigeria has since Independence produced five generations of modern artists. What started with people like AinaOnabolu has produced young artists like Samuel Onyilo, Paul Oluwole, etc.These artists were trained in Art Schools in Nigeria.


In the area of painting, their works cover a wide range of colours and expressions. These expressions or art forms use water colours and acrylics to produce wide range of techniques. Contemporary Painting and SculptureSome undertake a technique known as wood burning or mixed media. Nigerian sculptors are very outstanding in their art forms and expressions. They produce works on wood, Iron, Bronze and Stones among other features. Their works are found in major galleries and private homes globally, some of their commissioned works adorn major roundabout in most cities across the country. Contemporary Painting and SculptureThe patronage covers private individuals, companies and government agencies.

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