"Jesus Heals the Blind Man" by an unknown Ethipian artist. I sourced this from Sacred Pilgrim where you will find more Ethiopian Christian Art. It's a real treasure trove.
I find Ethiopian Christianity intriguing as it's an example of Christianity that survived for millenia beyond the Christendom known to Europeans. You may recall from the book of Acts that an Ethiopian official was an early convert to Christianity. What may we learn from them I wonder?
If it isn't immediately obvious, this is an illustration of the Pentecost story from the Acts of the Apostles.
I consider Jesus Mafa art to be amongst the best examples of African Christian art. You can find much more art like this at www.jesusmafa.com/
JesusMafa.com features many scenes translated from the Gospels by Christians in Sahelian Africa (that is, the climatic transition zone between the Sahara desert in the north and the Sudanian Savanna to the south). There is an energy in many of these images that speaks of the energy of the AFrican Christian experience.