The paintings of Mutesa I were the result of interviews of elderly people during the reign of Daudi Chwa but who had seen Mutesa I. These old people ended up describing a person resembling the Kabaka at the time (i.e Chwa). And Prince Joseph Musanje (who painted them) did not even see Mutesa I because Mutesa I died before Musanje was born.
This is why one can see a resemblance between Mutesa I’s paintings and Daudi Chwa’s photographs. There is, however, no resemblance between the photographs of Mwanga and the paintings of Mutesa I (Mwanga’s father). Further, there is also no resemblance between Mwanga and his son Daudi Chwa. Daudi Chwa’s features were from his mother Evelyn Kulabako “Masombira.”