Astonishing drawings capturing bloody aftermath of Rorke's Drift
The archive of around 100 watercolours and ink drawings by William Whitelock Lloyd is being sold at auction by its private owner and is expected to fetch £60,000.
“As a white person growing up in South Africa, I always had black women around me, helping to raise me and my siblings. I think they are beautiful, which is why they feature in so much of my art” –…
Jazz in District Six: The Zambezi Restaurant: part 1 - Celebrating International Jazz Day
Distric Six Cape Town (1964): Pic Ian Bruce Huntley It is written that Cape Town's Zambezi Restaurant in Hanover Street, District Six, first became really popular as a Sunday night jazz venue in 1956 when the second Arab-Israeli war closed the Suez Canal shipping channel. Shiploads of American soldiers in transit would dock in Cape Town, with the bop jazz-lovers among them frequenting District Six, listening to racially mixed groups of South Africans of Muslim, Jewish, Christian and other…
For my first guest post here at Colossal, I have to share the work of one of my favorite artists of all time, Conrad Botes. Growing up in South Africa under Apartheid, Conrad's work tackles serious issues of race and the human condition with a twist of post-pop cartoon imagery. As one-half of the br
Country Road, Madeira, 1931 - Irma Stern - WikiArt.org
‘Country Road, Madeira’ was created in 1931 by Irma Stern in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of landscape at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Stock Photo - The Sultan's Palace in Zanzibar 1944 Irma Stern African 1894 - 1966 South Africa
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