Thumbnail Titlesort descending Description
" Ezweni lesithembiso"

Colourful scene of rastafarians dancing to a casette player in a rural scene.

" Flight of emergency"

Abstract scene of faces in a panic mode.

" Guitar Girl"

Polycrhomatic abstract figure  of a female, playing a guitar.

" Hard Times"

Monochrome abstract of a husband and wife looking sad and depressed in their home.

" Henneus religieux queles Cafres redent a' la lune"

Black and white engraved scene of Hottentot village dancing under the moon light.

" Holy Spirit"

Black and white of figures experiencing the holly spirit which came down in a Dove form.

" I lose my way and have to sleep in the Open"

Pencil scene sheep lost in the field.

" Ibhaxa"

Small wooden carved mat rack, known is 'Ibhaxa' with two panels joined in the middle. Each side is painted and decorated in yellow diamonds . It belonged to the Bhadasi clan from Nongoma in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Imbhenge"

A plaited colored telephone wire plate,known as Imbhenge in isiZulu. It was made by an unknown nine year old Zulu boy from one of the townships in Kwa Zulu- Natal. Donated by Mr. S. Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

" Imbhenge"

Grass woven beer pot cover decorated with beads, also known as Imbhenge. It was made in the 1950's from KwaMajozi in the Msinga region of KwaZulu- Natal.

" Imbhenge"

Telephone wire basket, in red, blue, white and green colors. It is known as Imbhenge in IsiZulu.

" Imbhenge"

Grass woven and bearded beer pot lid, with white, orange, yellow, red and black beards from KwaNongoma area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Imbhenge"

Beer pot cover made out of recycled orange and cabbage plastic bags. It was made by Mkhwanazi Florence doing standard five at St Nivards primary school in Mntombo Kwazulu-Natal.

" Imvelo"

Monochrome figures of humans and animals in black and white representin nature.

" Indalo ka Yehova"

A scene of a colored luminous paper under black mounted photograph of a lady wearing a red dress standing behind trees.

" Inhloko"

A scene of three traditional men seating outside the huts eatingmeat:cow's head. The huts are sorounded by trees.

" Isibhaxela"

Black skirt with white beards, for an engaged to be married girl from Richmond/ Bhaca area in KwaZulu- Natal.

" Isigqiki"

Carved Wooden headrest made out of Quinean Tree( Umhlambamanzi). The headrest has three legs, decorated with three triangles each. It was donated by Mr.  S. Bourquin to the Campbell Collections.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved headrest with incisions on a solid block of wood. It was made in 1906 and belonged to Mr. Gamu Zondi from Umfolozi. It is known as Isigqiki in IsiZulu.

" Isigqiki"

Wooden carved heard rest on a solid block with gaps and incisions.It belonged to the Mabaso clan and passed from generation to generation.


50577 records found.