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Introducing 'War Shields' collection by Serge Averbukh, showcasing convergent media paintings of various war shields and weapons from around the... more
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Introducing 'War Shields' collection by Serge Averbukh, showcasing convergent media paintings of various war shields and weapons from around the world.
Here you will find pieces featuring a Zande War Shield with Spears on Red Velvet .
The Azande (plural of "Zande" in the Zande language) are an ethnic group of north Central Africa. They live primarily in the northeastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in South Sudan, and in southeastern Central African Republic. The Congolese Azande live in Orientale Province, specifically along the Uele River; and the Central African Azande live in the districts of Rafai, Zamio, and Obo. The word Azande means the people who possess much land, and refers to their history as conquering warriors. There are many variant spellings of Azande, including: Zande, Zandeh, A-Zandeh, Sandeh, etc. The name Niam-Niam (or Nyam-Nyam) was frequently used by foreigners to refer to the Azande in the 19th and early 20th century. This name is pr...
Most of what you see here should be classified as new media paintings. By default, those are digitally signed and dated Open Edition (OE) giclee prints. I also offer Limited Editions of twenty one (21), which are listed here as the 'originals' (Please, contact me directly for details). Each limited edition print comes with certificate of authenticity. It is individually signed, numbered, and personally enhanced by the artist to assure its uniqueness. Those are produced using finest archival materials, and will be shipped rolled in tube, unless requested otherwise, (i.e. as framed, canvas, framed canvas, metal, etc.), in which case additional charges may apply. Briefly, about myself... A Toronto-based artist/designer/illustrator,...
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