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Choose from 561 pictures in our Ghana collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Sekondi-Takoradi Featured Ghana Print


Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana in Africa

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Africa, African, Coast, Colonial, Fort, Ghana, Ghanaian, Gold, Hill, Historical, History, Houses, Light House, Roofs, Sea, Sekondi, Takoradi, V Iew

Ashanti stool taken from the Palace of King Prempei Featured Ghana Print

Ashanti stool taken from the Palace of King Prempei

Ashanti stool taken from the Palace of King Prempei at Kumasi during the 3rd Ashanti War, 1896 (c). Carved dark wood, unpolished, with openwork decoration; rectangular and deeply curved downwards; rests on 4 legs with rounded corners. This Ashanti stool is known as a Mmaadwa, a female stool. In the Ashanti matrilineal society, this particular stool is meant to symbolise the soul of society. The curved seat, as well as rounded ridges and woodwork denote the gender of the stool. Date: 1896 (circa)

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Colonel Festing rescuing Lieut. Eardley-Wilmots body Featured Ghana Print

Colonel Festing rescuing Lieut. Eardley-Wilmots body

Colonel Francis Worgan Festing (1833-1886), rescuing the body of Lieut. Eardley-Wilmot during the Ashanti War (1873-74) from a sketch by the officer of the expedition. Eardley-Wilmot was shot down by the Ashantees whilst cheering on his men(the Houssa Artillery) in the second engagement near Dunquah, Ghana. Under heavy fire, Col. Festing dashed forward, lifted Wilmot into his arms and bore him to saftey, sustaining a severe wound in the hip. The stick in the Colonel's hand is a stout blackthorn, which is always carried for the purpose of encouraging the men. In 1873, after decades of an uneasy relationship between the British and the Acing people of central Ghana, the British attacked and virtually destroyed the Asanti capital of Kumasi, and officially declared Ghana a crown colony on 24 July 1874"

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -