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Kel Tamasheq Woman & First Born Canvas


From the original painting :Noble-Derby :LeMoore.

Original Size: 24x30

Available sizes: 12x16 and 16x20.


Greeting cards are available in packages of 3 and 9.


• Fade-resistant

• 20.5 mil-thick poly-cotton blend canvas

• Hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars

• Matte finish coating


Tuareg proverb: "Where water flows freely, people live in affluence." 


Here is a depiction of a young woman of Berber  (Amazigh) origin breastfeeding her firstborn. She comes from a people better known as the Tuaregs or Tarek "The abandoned Of God" This term would originally be attributed to the warriors. They are also called the blue people due to the indigo cloth they wear to cover themselves from the hot Saharan desert, which marks their skin with a blue tan. The Tuareg people truly call themselves "Kel Tamasheq" which refers to their language. The Kel Tamasheq are of the Sahel region and can be found along with the coasts of Libya, Niger, Mali, Burkina Faso, Algeria, Also Morocco...


This is a grand portrait with a striking image, you can put on a wall in your home, your office, your studio or workshop, etc. A beautiful image with a bright and fade-resistant print to your satisfaction.


Introducing "Kel Tamasheq Woman And First Born" Canvas Print: A Captivating Tribute to Tuareg Culture and Stories.


Step into a world of rich cultural heritage and captivating stories with our exclusive canvas print, "Kel Tamasheq Woman And First Born." This remarkable artwork's original version is painted in the Silver Screen style on Birchwood. It beautifully captures the essence of the Tuareg people and their unique way of life.


Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, each printed version of this stunning painting is meticulously hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars, ensuring the highest quality and durability. The archive-quality matte finish coating not only enhances the visual appeal but also guarantees longevity, allowing you to enjoy this masterpiece for years to come.


The painting delves deep into the heart of the Tuareg culture, depicting a young Berber (Amazigh) woman breastfeeding her firstborn. As you gaze upon the artwork, you'll be transported to the vast Saharan desert, where the Tuareg people, also known as the "blue people," reside. Wrapped in indigo cloth to shield themselves from the desert's scorching heat, their skin bears a unique blue tan, symbolizing their identity and resilience.


"Kel Tamasheq Woman And First Born" is more than just a painting—it's an invitation to immerse yourself in the stories and traditions of the Tuareg people. It serves as a powerful symbol of motherhood, strength, and the intimate bond between a mother and her child. Hang it proudly on the walls of your home, office, studio, or workshop, and let it spark conversations and ignite curiosity.


Whether you're an art enthusiast, a collector, or someone who appreciates the beauty of diverse cultures, this canvas print is a must-have addition to your collection. Its vibrant tones, intricate details, and evocative imagery will captivate your senses and make a bold statement wherever it is displayed.


Don't miss the opportunity to own a piece of art that celebrates the people, culture, and stories of the Tuareg. Order your "Kel Tamasheq Woman And First Born" canvas print today and embark on a visual journey that will inspire and uplift your spirits.


*I will eventually write an article on the Kel Tamasheq people on my Stories page. 


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Painting process:

Noble D. LeMoore - Kel Tamasheq Woman First Born Painting

Kel Tamasheq Woman And First Born Canvas

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