Oil on canvas
(17.5 x 24 in. / 45 x 60,5 cm)
Created in 2019

What’s the story behind this piece?

This piece was my first oil on canvas. It was inspired by a trip I had made to Salvador da Bahia (Brazil) some years back where I was dazzled by a beautiful Baiana (woman of Bahia) in her traditional apparel; a white, long, voluminous lace skirt and headscarf, and an abundance of jewelry (which I didn’t include here).

She was making and selling acarajé, which is a mix of black eyed peas, shrimp and spices formed into balls and fried in palm oil. I bought some from her and it was a delight my taste buds are still craving to this day.

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Availability: 1 in stock

Weight 0.600 kg
Dimensions 65 × 13 × 10 cm
Product package

Mailing tube (the above information refers to the packaged product)

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