Artists Fatai Adewale

Adewale Fatai (b. 1976)

Adewale studied painting at the renowned Yaba College of Technology, Lagos Nigeria and works as a full time studio artist. His works combine abstracted Portraitures and Figurative as key elements of his non- representational style of art, which mostly is a narrative on varied themes and subjects ranging from global politics, history, identity and culture.

Adewale is an experimentalist who continuously seeks new ways and methods of expression. He is greatly influenced by post war American abstract expressionists. He has exhibited extensively in Lagos, London and Johannesburg. His works are in private collections globally.

Works by Fatai Adewale

Untitled
Untitled
Untitled, mixed media, 30" x 36"
Body and Soul
Body and Soul
Body and Soul, mixed media, 93" x 64"
Orange Women I
Orange Women I
Orange Women I, mixed media, 42" x 73"
Once We Were Kings
Once We Were Kings
Once We Were Kings, mixed media, 67" x 138"
Red II
Red II
Red II, mixed media, 33" x 42"
Orange women II
Orange women II
Orange women II, mixed media, 54" x 60"
Quest I
Quest I
Quest I, mixed media, 39" x 48"
Muse
Muse
Muse, mixed media, 32" x 48"
Number II
Number II
Number II, mixed media, 48" x 54"
Number III
Number III
Number III, mixed media, 48" x 48"
girl with a teddy bear
girl with a teddy bear
' black series' 46 x 60 inches
Blue ribbon
Blue ribbon
51 x 66 inches
the woman- the poet and the pawn '
the woman- the poet and the pawn '
luxury edition 46 x 60 inches
girl in the mirror
girl in the mirror
' black series' 46 x 60 inches
untitled
untitled
'black series' 46 x 60 inches

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