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Kumasi is the capital city of the Ashanti Region in Ghana, Africa, and is also known as “The Garden City” due to its lush vegetation and green spaces

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Background imageKumasi Collection: The King of Ashantis Palace at Kumasi, 1874

The King of Ashantis Palace at Kumasi, 1874
The King of Ashantis palace at Kumasi, the Ashanti capital, viewed from the east in 1874 towards the end of the second Ashanti War (1873-74)

Background imageKumasi Collection: Ghana, Ashanti Region, Kumasi

Ghana, Ashanti Region, Kumasi. Kente cloth, the traditional fine textile used for robes in Ghana

Background imageKumasi Collection: Exterior of bedrooms in houses in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century

Exterior of bedrooms in houses in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century
FLO4620340 Exterior of bedrooms in houses in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient

Background imageKumasi Collection: Fante Soldiers serving with the British against the Ashanti

Fante Soldiers serving with the British against the Ashanti
Soldiers from the Fante tribe who served under the British in their war against the Ashanti empire on the Gold Coast. In 1873

Background imageKumasi Collection: 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

Background imageKumasi Collection: Colonel Festing rescuing Lieut. Eardley-Wilmots body

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

Background imageKumasi Collection: House in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century

House in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso
FLO4620324 House in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient

Background imageKumasi Collection: Entrance and courtyards in houses in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century

Entrance and courtyards in houses in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century
FLO4620326 Entrance and courtyards in houses in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient

Background imageKumasi Collection: Cumasia or Kumasi capital of the African kingdom of Achanty (c19th). Engraving. Private Collection

Cumasia or Kumasi capital of the African kingdom of Achanty (c19th). Engraving. Private Collection
AIS5394063 Cumasia or Kumasi capital of the African kingdom of Achanty (c19th). Engraving. Private Collection; Private Collection; © Lorio / Iberfoto

Background imageKumasi Collection: Sadness

Sadness
Sergio Pandolfini

Background imageKumasi Collection: The Fort at Kumasi, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt

The Fort at Kumasi, c1900. Creator: A.E. Huitt
The Fort at Kumasi, c1900. British army post during the Anglo-Ashanti wars in West Africa. From "Cassell's History of England, Vol. IX"

Background imageKumasi Collection: Sketch Map of the Theatre of War in Ashanti, 1900, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Sketch Map of the Theatre of War in Ashanti, 1900, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Sketch Map of the Theatre of War in Ashanti, 1900, c1900. Showing Hodgson's line of retreat, line of advance, friendly towns, rivers, roads and sites of battles

Background imageKumasi Collection: District of Adum in the town of Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti

District of Adum in the town of Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century. Woman selling goods, weaving fabric on a loom, tending a stall

Background imageKumasi Collection: Ghana, Kumasi, Akwasidae festival. Colorful dresses and gold jewellery esposed at

Ghana, Kumasi, Akwasidae festival. Colorful dresses and gold jewellery esposed at the festival

Background imageKumasi Collection: Burning of Kumasi, February 1874, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition

Burning of Kumasi, February 1874, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874, to rescue European missionary captives held in Kumasi), West Africa (Ghana). Date: 1874

Background imageKumasi Collection: March of Ashanti warriors, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874

March of Ashanti warriors, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874, to rescue European missionary captives held in Kumasi), West Africa (Ghana). Date: 1873

Background imageKumasi Collection: The Ashanti Expedition, 1873-74: Sir Garnet Wolseley entering Kumasi, February 4, 1874, (1901)

The Ashanti Expedition, 1873-74: Sir Garnet Wolseley entering Kumasi, February 4, 1874, (1901). General Sir Garnet Wolseley (1833-1914) led the British campaign against the forces of Kofi Karikari

Background imageKumasi Collection: The Asante Aya Kese, or great brass basin, a Ghanaian ceremonial bowl

The Asante Aya Kese, or great brass basin, a Ghanaian ceremonial bowl, which originally stood outside the royal
2973875 The Asante Aya Kese, or great brass basin, a Ghanaian ceremonial bowl, which originally stood outside the royal mausoleum at Bantama, c.1817-c.1896 (brass) by Ghanaian School

Background imageKumasi Collection: Occupation of Coomassie, 1873-1874 (gravure)

Occupation of Coomassie, 1873-1874 (gravure)
959895 Occupation of Coomassie, 1873-1874 (gravure) by Dupray, Henri-Louis (1841-1909); Private Collection; (add.info.: Occupation of Coomassie (Kumasi), Third Anglo-Ashanti War, 1873-1874

Background imageKumasi Collection: Return of the troops from serving in the Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti

Return of the troops from serving in the Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874, to rescue European missionary captives held in Kumasi), West Africa (Ghana). Date: 1874

Background imageKumasi Collection: Advance of Highlanders, Battle of Amoaful, 31 January 1874

Advance of Highlanders, Battle of Amoaful, 31 January 1874, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874, to rescue European missionary captives held in Kumasi)

Background imageKumasi Collection: Reception of King Kofi Karikaris ambassadors in the English camp

Reception of King Kofi Karikaris ambassadors in the English camp, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874, to rescue European missionary captives held in Kumasi)

Background imageKumasi Collection: Fight at Abracrampa, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874

Fight at Abracrampa, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874, to rescue European missionary captives held in Kumasi), West Africa (Ghana). Date: 1873

Background imageKumasi Collection: A Skirmish in the Forest, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874

A Skirmish in the Forest, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874, to rescue European missionary captives held in Kumasi), West Africa (Ghana). Date: 1873

Background imageKumasi Collection: A Cape Coast King and His Court, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition

A Cape Coast King and His Court, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874, to rescue European missionary captives held in Kumasi), West Africa (Ghana). Date: 1873

Background imageKumasi Collection: On the Road to Kumasi, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874

On the Road to Kumasi, Third Anglo-Ashanti War or First Ashanti Expedition (1873-1874, to rescue European missionary captives held in Kumasi), West Africa (Ghana). Date: 1873

Background imageKumasi Collection: Exterior of the kings bedroom, Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti

Exterior of the kings bedroom, Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrarios Ancient

Background imageKumasi Collection: Exterior of bedrooms in houses in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti

Exterior of bedrooms in houses in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrarios Ancient

Background imageKumasi Collection: Entrance and courtyards in houses in Kumasi

Entrance and courtyards in houses in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrarios Ancient

Background imageKumasi Collection: House in Kumasi, Ashanti region of Ghana

House in Kumasi, Ashanti region of Ghana
House in Kumasi, Kingdom of Ashanti (Ghana), early 19th century. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Antonio Sasso from Giulio Ferrarios Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World

Background imageKumasi Collection: The Rising in Ashanti, Scenes at Kumasi (litho)

The Rising in Ashanti, Scenes at Kumasi (litho)
1599546 The Rising in Ashanti, Scenes at Kumasi (litho) by Loye, Charles Auguste (Montbard) (1841-1905); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Rising in Ashanti, Scenes at Kumasi)

Background imageKumasi Collection: The Rising in Ashanti, Colonel Carters Attempt to relieve Kumasi (litho)

The Rising in Ashanti, Colonel Carters Attempt to relieve Kumasi (litho)
1600570 The Rising in Ashanti, Colonel Carters Attempt to relieve Kumasi (litho) by Woodville, Richard Caton II (1856-1927) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Rising in Ashanti)

Background imageKumasi Collection: Les Achantis (engraving)

Les Achantis (engraving)
2783240 Les Achantis (engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Les Achantis. Illustration for Journal Des Voyages, 5 August 1877.); © Look and Learn

Background imageKumasi Collection: The Revolt in Ashanti (litho)

The Revolt in Ashanti (litho)
1600383 The Revolt in Ashanti (litho) by Woodville, Richard Caton II (1856-1927) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Revolt in Ashanti, the Siege of Kumasi, the Governor)

Background imageKumasi Collection: British Residency at Coomassie (litho)

British Residency at Coomassie (litho)
1605391 British Residency at Coomassie (litho) by Loye, Charles Auguste (Montbard) (1841-1905); Private Collection; (add.info.: British Residency at Coomassie)

Background imageKumasi Collection: The Friendly Chiefs of the West Coast of Africa (b / w photo)

The Friendly Chiefs of the West Coast of Africa (b / w photo)
1600331 The Friendly Chiefs of the West Coast of Africa (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Friendly Chiefs of the West Coast of Africa)

Background imageKumasi Collection: Reception for the English Ambassador held by the Ashanti at Comassi, Ghana, c

Reception for the English Ambassador held by the Ashanti at Comassi, Ghana, c
CHT176826 Reception for the English Ambassador held by the Ashanti at Comassi, Ghana, c.1818, engraved by A. Biasioli (colour litho) by European School

Background imageKumasi Collection: Ashanti chieftains and dancers waiting to see Queen Elizabeth II

Ashanti chieftains and dancers waiting to see Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh at Kumasi Sports Stadium (Baba Yara Stadium) in Kumasi, during their Commonwealth Visit to Ghana

Background imageKumasi Collection: 20042702

20042702
GHANA Kumasi Ashanti chief Yamfohene at Akwasidae Festival

Background imageKumasi Collection: 20075495

20075495
GHANA Ashanti Region Kumasi Busy market square with traffic crowds of people and tin roofed open sided stalls. Asante West Africa

Background imageKumasi Collection: 20042707

20042707
GHANA Kumasi Weaving contemporary kente cloth designs

Background imageKumasi Collection: 20075468

20075468
GHANA Ashanti Region Kumasi Cityscape and busy street scene. Asante West Africa

Background imageKumasi Collection: 20047662

20047662
GHANA Kumasi Knife grinders

Background imageKumasi Collection: 20047664

20047664
GHANA Kumasi Train running through busy market

Background imageKumasi Collection: Ghana, Kumasi, Akwasidae festival. Colorful dresses and gold jewellery esposed at

Ghana, Kumasi, Akwasidae festival. Colorful dresses and gold jewellery esposed at the festival.The Akwasidae Festival (alternate)

Background imageKumasi Collection: Burning of Coomassie, c1880

Burning of Coomassie, c1880. Episode of the Third Anglo-Ashanti War (1873-1874). From British Battles on Land and Sea, Vol. III, by James Grant

Background imageKumasi Collection: View of Coomassie, c1880. Artist: W. P

View of Coomassie, c1880. Artist: W. P
View of Coomassie, c1880. Episode of the Third Anglo-Ashanti War (1873-1874). From British Battles on Land and Sea, Vol. III, by James Grant. [Cassell Petter & Galpin, London, Paris & New York, c1880]

Background imageKumasi Collection: On the March to Kumassi: A Halt for Dinner, 1902

On the March to Kumassi: A Halt for Dinner, 1902. The Anglo-Ashanti Wars (1824 -1901) Ghana. From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. III



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Kumasi Collection

Kumasi is the capital city of the Ashanti Region in Ghana, Africa, and is also known as “The Garden City” due to its lush vegetation and green spaces. A population of over 2 million people and is one of the most populous cities in West Africa. The city was founded by the Ashanti people in 1695 and has since become a major cultural, economic, educational, and political hub for Ghana, and is home to several universities including Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) as well as many historical sites such as Manhyia Palace Museum, Okomfo Anokye Sword Site, Prempeh II Jubilee Museum, Fort Kumasi Historical Site, and more. It also hosts several festivals throughout the year such as Adae Kese Festival which celebrates traditional Ashanti culture with music and dance performances.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Kumasi collection from Media Storehouse features a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the beauty and culture of Ghana's second-largest city. Located in West Africa, Kumasi is known for its vibrant markets, bustling streets, and rich history. Our collection includes a variety of images that capture the essence of Kumasi, such as colorful street scenes, traditional architecture, and local landmarks like the Manhyia Palace Museum. The artwork is available in a range of sizes to suit any space or decor style. Whether you're looking to add some global flair to your home or office or simply appreciate the beauty of African art and culture, the Kumasi collection offers something for everyone. With high-quality printing and framing options available through Media Storehouse, these pieces are sure to make a lasting impression on anyone who sees them.
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What are Kumasi (Ghana Africa) art prints?

Kumasi art prints are a collection of vibrant and colorful artworks that showcase the rich cultural heritage of Ghana, Africa. These prints feature various themes such as traditional African motifs, wildlife, landscapes, and portraits. The Kumasi art style is known for its intricate designs and bold use of colors that capture the essence of African culture. The prints are created using high-quality materials to ensure their longevity and durability. They can be framed or mounted on canvas to suit individual preferences. These artworks make great additions to any home or office space, adding a touch of African elegance and beauty. Kumasi art prints are perfect for those who appreciate fine art with cultural significance. We offer an opportunity to own a piece of authentic African artwork that celebrates the diversity and richness of Ghanaian culture. Whether you're looking for something unique to decorate your living room or office space, Kumasi art prints offer an excellent choice for anyone seeking beautiful pieces that reflect the spirit of Africa.
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What Kumasi (Ghana Africa) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Kumasi art prints that capture the beauty and culture of Ghana, Africa. These prints showcase the vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and traditional motifs that are unique to Kumasi's artistic heritage. You can find stunning photographs of local landmarks such as the Manhyia Palace or the Kejetia Market, as well as portraits of people in their daily lives. The collection also includes paintings and illustrations inspired by Kumasi's rich history and folklore. Whether you're looking for a striking centerpiece for your living room or a thoughtful gift for someone who loves African art, we have something to suit every taste. Their high-quality prints come in various sizes and formats, including framed options that are ready to hang on your wall. With so many beautiful pieces to choose from, you're sure to find something that speaks to you at Media Storehouse.
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To buy Kumasi art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. We offer a wide range of prints in various sizes and formats, including canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints. Once you have found the piece that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to enter your shipping information and payment details. Be sure to double-check all of your information before submitting your order. After placing your order, Media Storehouse will process it promptly and ship it out as soon as possible. If you have any questions or concerns about purchasing Kumasi art prints from Media Storehouse or need assistance with the ordering process, our customer service team is available to help via phone or email. With their vast selection of high-quality artwork and easy-to-use website, buying Kumasi art prints has never been easier.
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How much do Kumasi (Ghana Africa) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Kumasi art prints from Ghana Africa. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size and type of print that you choose. We have a variety of options available including framed, canvas, and poster prints. Our prices are competitive and reflect the quality of our products. We work with talented artists from around the world to bring you unique and beautiful pieces that will enhance any space in your home or office. Our Kumasi art prints capture the vibrant colors and intricate designs that are characteristic of this region's artistic style. Whether you're looking for a small print to add some color to your room or a large statement piece for your living room, we have something for everyone. Browse our collection today to find the perfect Kumasi art print for your space.
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How will my Kumasi (Ghana Africa) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Kumasi art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit. Once you have placed your order with us, our team will carefully print and prepare your chosen artwork for shipping. Depending on the size of the print, it may be rolled up and shipped in a sturdy tube or flat-packed between protective layers. We work with trusted courier partners who specialize in delivering delicate items such as artworks. They will ensure that your package is handled with care throughout its journey from our warehouse to your doorstep. When your Kumasi art prints arrive, please inspect them carefully to ensure they have not been damaged during shipping. If there are any issues, please contact our customer service team right away so we can assist you further.