There's another Zoo gate on the other side of the avenue, but in this case the lions are replacements by Ivan Mitford-Barberton in the 1950s.

There's another Zoo gate on the other side of the avenue, but in this case the lions are replacements by Ivan Mitford-Barberton in the 1950s.

Ivan Mitford-Barberton's Barotse, Mutual Building, Cape Town

Ivan Mitford-Barberton's Barotse, Mutual Building, Cape Town

Ivan Mitford-Barberton's Xosa, Mutual Building, Cape Town

Ivan Mitford-Barberton's Xosa, Mutual Building, Cape Town

Ivan Mitford-Barberton's Pedi, Mutual Building, Cape Town

Ivan Mitford-Barberton's Pedi, Mutual Building, Cape Town

Ivan Mitford-Barberton's Basuto, Mutual Building, Cape Town

Ivan Mitford-Barberton's Basuto, Mutual Building, Cape Town

1820 Settler Family by Ivan Mitford-Barberton

1820 Settler Family by Ivan Mitford-Barberton

Statue of Wolraad Woltemade by Ivan Mitford-Barberton at Old Mutual Pinelands

Statue of Wolraad Woltemade by Ivan Mitford-Barberton at Old Mutual Pinelands

Mitford Barberton also contributed the teak carvings in the fanlights above several of the entrances to the school, RBHS

Mitford Barberton also contributed the teak carvings in the fanlights above several of the entrances to the school, RBHS

Mitford-Barberton's  “Emancipation of the Cape slaves” on one side of the Memorial Hall, RBHS

Mitford-Barberton's “Emancipation of the Cape slaves” on one side of the Memorial Hall, RBHS

Painting the faces of the Settler Family, Jahangeer says he attempts to ‘Africanise’ the Settlers in a restorative gesture. Using clay from the earth, he symbolically brings them closer to the ground, questioning the role of the pedestal in its attempt to exalt the British Settlers.

Painting the faces of the Settler Family, Jahangeer says he attempts to ‘Africanise’ the Settlers in a restorative gesture. Using clay from the earth, he symbolically brings them closer to the ground, questioning the role of the pedestal in its attempt to exalt the British Settlers.

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