Workmanship history is supposed to be the investigation of the past, especially how it identifies with people. The term is all around applied to past occasions of people, societies and affiliations. It unwinds the beginning or historical background of the things in presence today. The term ‘history’ is from the Greek word, ‘historia’ signifying “request, information gained by examination” (Munslow, 2001). In this manner, it is the intensive examination and search of our past which brings about the securing of the information on the past or the beginning of things. The learning of our history is significant. Learning of the past has the capability of improving the life of man today and later on.

Notwithstanding, it is tragic to realize that a helpless documentation typically bring about equivocalness and even loss of the superb storage facility of information on the past. Before the appearance of composing, history was saved orally and given from guardians to their wards bringing about oral authentic custom. The time of composing has seen the accounts of our past oral verifiable convention. Some time before the account of occasions the brilliant African craftsmanship history has just been developing, reshaping itself with the progression of time. Portraying the different and expound social orders and realms, the historical backdrop of African workmanship delineates the energetic societies and customs each gathering has supported with each progressive age.

There have been a few contortions in the composed narratives. Such is the generally the instance of the documentation of African workmanship history. This is making a few people even those in the scholarly community to affirm that African craftsmanship has no history. In any case, can this affirmation be valid? Unquestionably that can’t be. African craftsmanship has a history since each human undertaking has its Genesis. African craftsmanship is generally used to allude to the Sub-Saharan expressions barring human expressions of the North African territories along the Mediterranean coast. Human expressions of the North Africans are typically grouped alongside Islamic craftsmanship by certain researchers. This is extremely grievous and wrong in light of the fact that a basic investigation of expressions of the human experience of Northern Africa, for example, Egypt and others uncovers distinctive proper qualities and standards which are not attributes of the Islamic works of art. The creator opines and reclassifies African Art as the inventiveness and imaginative developments of Africans in the different types of expressions which for the most part have African customary social components and qualities.

The beginnings of African workmanship can be followed in a more drawn out time length even before written history. African stone workmanship in the Sahara in Niger alone jelly wood carvings that are in excess of 6,000 (6000) years. Likewise, the compositions and antiquities of the Egyptians, and indigenous southern specialties which have enormously added to African workmanship discover their places in the antiquated occasions. Works of art in Africa were frequently delineated in theoretical types of creatures, vegetation, or normal plans and shapes.

In West Africa, the most punctual realized models are from the Nok culture which flourished between 500 BC and 500 AD in present day Nigeria, with dirt earthenware figures normally with prolonged bodies and rakish shapes. Today is realized that exceptionally perplexing creation methods of craftsmanship were created in sub-Saharan Africa around the tenth century. This incorporates the dominance creations of bronze works of the Igbo Ukwu just as the earthenware pieces and metal works of Ile-Ife which was ornamented with ivory and valuable stones are instances of the glad aesthetic legacy of Africans.

We can’t deter these great noteworthy records of which we have visual verifications of the works and obtrusively state that African Art has no history. It has a history as well as a rich, bright and long standing masterful social history.

The investigation of workmanship history is to a great extent separated into two by craftsmanship students of history. These remember reading the history for topical style or in courses of events. The topical components way to deal with the investigation of African craftsmanship remembers taking a gander at the history for the light of certain subjects or themes. A portion of the topics as figure of Africa, Adinkra material creation by Ghanaians and so on. Others incorporate materials for creation, nations, and so on. The creator need to take attest that there are narratives of a portion of the visual fine arts, for example, Adinkra material, Kente, wood carvings and goldweights delivered among the Asante ethnic culture in Ghana.

African craftsmanship has a long standing history which must be recognized. As Art antiquarians, workmanship pundits and writers, we need to set up and account the awesome manifestations of Africa. There is the pressing need now for workmanship pundits and history specialists in Africa and Ghana particularly to record the uncommon show-stoppers of the present contemporary African craftsmen to make them accessible for our ancestors. Corruption of our verifiable conventions would progressively deface our way of life as a people. African workmanship has a history and we need to save, advance and communicate this chronicled legacy. On the off chance that craftsmanship teachers, educational plan organizers and so on make the instructing of our rich social African workmanship convention a need, we will have the option to proliferate our rich African workmanship custom and sumptuously paint it on the world’s biggest canvas of craftsmanship history.