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Benin is a country located in West Africa, bordered by Togo to the west, Nigeria to the east and Burkina Faso and Niger to the north

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Benin Collection: Abomey

Abomey Collection
30 Items

Benin Collection: Abomey-Calavi

Abomey-Calavi Collection
8 Items

Benin Collection: Benin Heritage Sites

Benin Heritage Sites Collection
5 Items

Benin Collection: Boukoumbe

Boukoumbe Collection
2 Items

Benin Collection: Cotonou

Cotonou Collection
27 Items

Benin Collection: Dassa-Zoume

Dassa-Zoume Collection
2 Items

Benin Collection: Djougou

Djougou Collection
2 Items

Benin Collection: Ganvie

Ganvie Collection
27 Items

Benin Collection: Grand-Popo

Grand-Popo Collection
18 Items

Background imageBenin Collection: Kandi

Kandi
Hunter Mahan & Kandi Harris

Benin Collection: Ketou

Ketou Collection
5 Items

Benin Collection: Maps

Maps Collection
18 Items

Benin Collection: Ouidah

Ouidah Collection
27 Items

Background imageBenin Collection: Savalou

Savalou
Africa, Benin, Savalou. Sacrificing a goat to the Dankoli voodoo fetish

Benin Collection: Related Images

Related Images Collection
522 Items

Background imageBenin Collection: Street scene, Porto Novo, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Street scene, Porto Novo, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageBenin Collection: Africa Political Map

Africa Political Map
Antique illustration of a Africa Political Map from 1893

Background imageBenin Collection: Warrior and attendants (bronze) (see also 412916)

Warrior and attendants (bronze) (see also 412916)
DBP412917 Warrior and attendants (bronze) (see also 412916) by Benin, (17th century); height: 54 cm; Private Collection; Photo eDirk Bakker; African, out of copyright

Background imageBenin Collection: An ivory mask from Benin, Nigeria worn by the Oba of Benin on ceremonial occasions

An ivory mask from Benin, Nigeria worn by the Oba of Benin on ceremonial occasions
This mask was worn by the Oba of Benin at the waist on ceremonial occasions. It represents an ancestor or predecessor

Background imageBenin Collection: Coloured Map of Nigeria with Flag

Coloured Map of Nigeria with Flag
Nigeria is located in western Africa. Nigeria is bordered by the Gulf of Guinea, Benin to the west, Niger to the north, and Chad and Cameroon to the east

Background imageBenin Collection: Map of Nigeria

Map of Nigeria
Nigeria is a country on the coast of West Africa, bordered in south by the Bight of Benin and the Bight of Biafra (Bight of Bonny), both part of the Gulf of Guinea, by Niger in north, Benin in west

Background imageBenin Collection: Choir singing, Sunday celebration at the Celestial Church of Christ, Missessinto

Choir singing, Sunday celebration at the Celestial Church of Christ, Missessinto, Atlantique, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageBenin Collection: Ivory Mask

Ivory Mask
An elaborate 16th century ivory mask from Benin City, Nigeria, circa 1930. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageBenin Collection: Amazons, warriors and witch doctors of Dahomey (coloured engraving)

Amazons, warriors and witch doctors of Dahomey (coloured engraving)
960269 Amazons, warriors and witch doctors of Dahomey (coloured engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Amazons, warriors and witch doctors of Dahomey)

Background imageBenin Collection: Reference Map of Nigeria

Reference Map of Nigeria
Nigeria is located in western Africa. Nigeria is bordered by the Gulf of Guinea, Benin to the west, Niger to the north, and Chad and Cameroon to the east

Background imageBenin Collection: Africa, Benin, Savalou. Sacrificing a goat to the Dankoli voodoo fetish

Africa, Benin, Savalou. Sacrificing a goat to the Dankoli voodoo fetish

Background imageBenin Collection: Africa, Benin, Grand Popo. Zangbeto ceremony in heve

Africa, Benin, Grand Popo. Zangbeto ceremony in heve

Background imageBenin Collection: Africa, Benin, Grand Popo. A voodoo shrine at Heve

Africa, Benin, Grand Popo. A voodoo shrine at Heve

Background imageBenin Collection: Costumes of religious elite of Ouidah, Benin, and an idol of black clay with a crown of lizards

Costumes of religious elite of Ouidah, Benin, and an idol of black clay with a crown of lizards
FLO4620031 Costumes of religious elite of Ouidah, Benin, and an idol of black clay with a crown of lizards, snakes and feathers seated on a pedestal

Background imageBenin Collection: In a village in Benin

In a village in Benin
Joxe Inazio Kuesta Garmendia

Background imageBenin Collection: Voodoo festival in the streets of Ouidah, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Voodoo festival in the streets of Ouidah, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageBenin Collection: Wore African school classroom, Hevie, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Wore African school classroom, Hevie, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageBenin Collection: Benin Watercolor Map

Benin Watercolor Map
Michael Tompsett

Background imageBenin Collection: Benin Watercolor Map

Benin Watercolor Map
Michael Tompsett

Background imageBenin Collection: Abomey, Case des sacrifices (engraving)

Abomey, Case des sacrifices (engraving)
8637939 Abomey, Case des sacrifices (engraving) by French School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Abomey, Case des sacrifices)

Background imageBenin Collection: Anthropology: representation of a negre dahomeen from Benin. Plate drawn from the end of the 19th

Anthropology: representation of a negre dahomeen from Benin. Plate drawn from the end of the 19th century
JAB5037177 Anthropology: representation of a negre dahomeen from Benin. Plate drawn from the end of the 19th century.; (add.info.: Anthropology: representation of a negre dahomeen from Benin)

Background imageBenin Collection: A noble from the kingdom of Juida or Whidah (Benin) and a woman from Congo with her baby

A noble from the kingdom of Juida or Whidah (Benin) and a woman from Congo with her baby
FLO4635251 A noble from the kingdom of Juida or Whidah (Benin) and a woman from Congo with her baby. Lithography for the book

Background imageBenin Collection: Natives of the kingdom of Ardra (Benin). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso

Natives of the kingdom of Ardra (Benin). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrario's
FLO4620050 Natives of the kingdom of Ardra (Benin). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World

Background imageBenin Collection: Porto-Novo

Porto-Novo
3728562 Porto-Novo; (add.info.: Porto-Novo, Hogbonu, Ajashe, capital of Benin, and was the capital of former French Dahomey, here the palace of King Tossa, historical illustration, woodcut)

Background imageBenin Collection: King Toffa, c.1900 (photo)

King Toffa, c.1900 (photo)
2068922 King Toffa, c.1900 (photo); (add.info.: Afrique. Benin. Photo, Benin, vers 1900. Coll. Part. Africa. Benin. King Toffa (Dahomey). Photo, Benin, ca 1900.); Photo © CCI

Background imageBenin Collection: BEHANZIN (1841-1906). King of Dahomey (1890-1894). Kingdom of Dahomey (c19th)

BEHANZIN (1841-1906). King of Dahomey (1890-1894). Kingdom of Dahomey (c19th)
AIS5393939 BEHANZIN (1841-1906). King of Dahomey (1890-1894). Kingdom of Dahomey (c19th). King Behanzin cowries distributing his troops

Background imageBenin Collection: Benin bronze mask

Benin bronze mask
CH6778 Benin bronze mask by Beninois School; Private Collection; Photo © Christie's Images

Background imageBenin Collection: French colonies : in Dahomey (Benin) : customs of the King : human sacrifices

French colonies : in Dahomey (Benin) : customs of the King : human sacrifices
1721574 French colonies : in Dahomey (Benin) : customs of the King : human sacrifices, propaganda engraving to show how locals are savages c

Background imageBenin Collection: Plaque depicting the royal god Oba holding the eben sword in his right hand

Plaque depicting the royal god Oba holding the eben sword in his right hand, dancing to honour his ancestors, Benin
XAM91575 Plaque depicting the royal god Oba holding the eben sword in his right hand, dancing to honour his ancestors, Benin, possibly 16th century (brass); Museum fur Volkerkunde, Vienna

Background imageBenin Collection: A chart of Guinea describing the sea coast from Cape de Verde to Cape Bona Esperanca

A chart of Guinea describing the sea coast from Cape de Verde to Cape Bona Esperanca, 1677 (coloured engraving)
7340049 A chart of Guinea describing the sea coast from Cape de Verde to Cape Bona Esperanca, 1677 (coloured engraving) by Seller, John (1632-97); 43x54 cm; National Maritime Museum, London

Background imageBenin Collection: Public appearance of the king of Benin, Africa, with drummers, trumpeters, panthers and dwarf

Public appearance of the king of Benin, Africa, with drummers, trumpeters, panthers and dwarf
FLO4620058 Public appearance of the king of Benin, Africa, with drummers, trumpeters, panthers and dwarf. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient

Background imageBenin Collection: Amazons and warriors of Dahomey, a serie created by Pellerin printer, 1860 (Epinal print)

Amazons and warriors of Dahomey, a serie created by Pellerin printer, 1860 (Epinal print)
5669772 Amazons and warriors of Dahomey, a serie created by Pellerin printer, 1860 (Epinal print); (add.info.: Jean-Charles Pellerin (1756-1836), French draftsman, illustrator and printer

Background imageBenin Collection: noble family from Porto-Novo

noble family from Porto-Novo
3728609 noble family from Porto-Novo; (add.info.: noble family from Porto-Novo, Hogbonu and Ajashe, the capital of Benin, Africa, hictorical illustration from 1880.); Bildagentur-online/UIG



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Benin Collection

Benin is a country located in West Africa, bordered by Togo to the west, Nigeria to the east and Burkina Faso and Niger to the north. The official language is French and it has a population of approximately 12 million people. Benin's economy relies heavily on agriculture, with cotton being its main export crop. It also has significant deposits of minerals such as limestone, marble and phosphate. The country has a rich cultural heritage with traditional music, dance and art forms still practiced today. However, poverty remains a major issue for many citizens despite recent economic growth initiatives aimed at improving living standards in rural areas.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Benin collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the rich cultural heritage of the ancient kingdom of Benin in Africa. Our collection features a wide range of images, including intricate bronze sculptures, colorful textiles, traditional masks, and vibrant street scenes. Each piece captures the unique beauty and diversity of this fascinating region. One standout image in our collection is a photograph of an elaborately carved wooden door adorned with brass plaques depicting historical events and figures. This door was once part of the royal palace in Benin City, which was destroyed by British forces during their colonial occupation in 1897. Other notable pieces include portraits of local artisans at work creating intricate beadwork designs or weaving fabrics on traditional looms. These images offer a glimpse into daily life in Benin and highlight the importance placed on preserving traditional crafts. The Benin collection from Media Storehouse offers a captivating look at one of Africa's most culturally rich regions through beautiful works of art that would make stunning additions to any home or office space.
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What are Benin (Africa) art prints?

Benin art prints are a collection of artworks that originate from the ancient Kingdom of Benin, located in what is now modern-day Nigeria. These prints showcase the rich cultural heritage and artistic traditions of the Edo people who inhabited this region. The art pieces are characterized by their intricate designs, bold colors, and unique patterns. The Benin art prints available at Media Storehouse feature a diverse range of subjects including depictions of royalty, warriors, animals, and everyday life scenes. They are created using high-quality printing techniques to ensure that every detail is captured with precision. These art prints offer an opportunity for individuals to own a piece of African culture and history while adding beauty to their homes or offices. They can be framed or mounted on walls as standalone pieces or combined with other artworks to create stunning displays. Whether you're an avid collector or simply looking for beautiful decor options, Benin art prints are sure to impress.
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What Benin (Africa) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Benin art prints that showcase the rich cultural heritage and artistic traditions of this West African country. From colorful paintings depicting everyday life in Benin to intricate sculptures and carvings, there is something for every taste and style. Some popular Benin art prints available at Media Storehouse include depictions of traditional ceremonies, such as the annual Voodoo Festival, which celebrates the country's spiritual beliefs. Other prints feature striking portraits of local people dressed in vibrant clothing or engaging in daily activities like fishing or farming. In addition to these more traditional pieces, Media Storehouse also offers contemporary interpretations of Beninese art by modern artists who draw inspiration from their cultural roots. These works often blend traditional techniques with modern materials to create unique and visually stunning pieces that are sure to impress any collector or enthusiast.
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How do I buy Benin (Africa) art prints?

To buy Benin art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of African art on their website. Once you have found a print that you like, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before completing the purchase. We offer a wide variety of Benin art prints, including traditional masks, sculptures, and paintings. Their prints are high-quality reproductions of original artwork created by talented artists from the region. When purchasing Benin art prints from Media Storehouse, it is important to note that these pieces are for personal use only and cannot be used for commercial purposes without permission from the artist or copyright holder. Additionally, while Media Storehouse does not offer acrylic prints specifically for Benin artwork at this time, they do offer a range of other printing options such as canvas or framed prints which may suit your needs.
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How much do Benin (Africa) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Benin art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print. Our collection includes traditional African masks, sculptures, and textiles that showcase the rich cultural heritage of Benin. We work with reputable suppliers to ensure that our customers receive high-quality prints at affordable prices. Our selection includes both framed and unframed options, allowing you to choose the best fit for your home or office decor. Whether you're looking for a small print to add a pop of color to your space or a large statement piece, we have something for everyone. We take pride in offering authentic artwork from around the world and strive to make it accessible to all. Our prices are competitive without compromising on quality, so you can enjoy beautiful Benin art without breaking the bank.
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How will my Benin (Africa) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Benin art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We work with trusted delivery partners who have years of experience in handling delicate items such as artwork. Once your order has been processed, our team will carefully package your prints to ensure they arrive at their destination in perfect condition. Depending on the size and quantity of your order, we may use a variety of packaging materials including sturdy cardboard boxes or protective tubes. We also provide tracking information so you can keep an eye on the progress of your delivery. If for any reason there are issues with the delivery process, our customer service team is always available to assist you. We understand how important it is for you to receive your artwork promptly and without damage. That's why we take every precaution necessary to ensure a smooth and hassle-free delivery experience for all our customers.