Ògún - Saint Jorge Painting by Fabricio Ribeiro

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Painting: Gouache, Acrylic, Latex, Glitter on Wood, Other.

In Yoruba religion, Ògún is a primordial orisha who first appeared as a hunter named Tobe Ode. He was the husband of Oya. He is said to have been the first Orisha to descend to the realm of Ile Aiye ("Earth"), to find suitable place for future human life. In some traditions he is said to have cleared a path for the other gods to enter Earth, using a metal ax and with the assistance of a dog. To commemorate this, one of his praise names, or oriki, is Osin Imole or the "first of the primordial Orisha to come to Earth". He is the god of war and metals.
In his earthly life Ògún is said to be the first king of Ife.

* PAINTED IN Mediun Density Fiberboard
* FRAME: SPECIAL FRAME
* PAINTED WITH SPATULA AND FINGER
* MIXED: PVA, GOUACHE, GRAFFITI POUNDER, GLITTER, VARNISH

Psychographic Art.
Illusion Art


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Ògún - Saint Jorge

Fabricio Ribeiro

Brazil

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Size: 15.7 W x 27.6 H x 0.1 in

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