LUCAS SITHOLE

Lucas SITHOLE LS6401 "Swazi girl with doek" ("Head of Thandi"), 1964 - Indigenous wood from Namibia - 35x18x26 cm

LS6401

"Swazi girl with doek" ("Head of Thandi") ("Head of an African Woman"), 1964 - Namibian indigenous wood covered in fibreglass - 035x018x026 cm

 

Provenance:

Private Coll. A.L., Sydney, Australia

Adler Fielding Galleries, Johannesburg - 1965

 

Work exhibited:

1965 Adler Fielding Galleries, Johannesburg (Four African Artists: Maqhubela, Sithole, Ngatane, Motjuoadi) (9th February)

SITHOLE Retrospective Exhibitions held at

Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg + Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria 1979

Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg (The Neglected Tradition . 1930-1988) - 1988/89

 

Lucas SITHOLE LS6401 "Swazi girl with doek" ("Head of Thandi"), 1964 - Indigenous wood from Namibia - 35x18x26 cm (left view)

 

Work illustrated:

"The Classic" Quarterly Vol. 1 No. 4, 1965 - ill. on cover

Optima, Johannesburg - "A new African art in South Africa" by Walter Battiss - March 1967 Vol. 17 No. 1,  p. 30, ill. (State I) - ISSN 0030-4050

Lucas SITHOLE 1958-1979 - ISBN 0 620 03982 5 - p. 37

The Star, Johannesburg (Topic Today) - 30.3.1981, ill.

Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg (The Neglected Tradition . 1930-1988) - 1988/89, cat. 180, ill.

ADA 6, Cape Town, p. 10, ill.

 

Press review or comment:

"The Classic" Quarterly Vol. 1 No. 4, 1965 - commented on p. 48

Weekly Mail, Johannesburg - 9.12.1988, commented

 

Note:

This work was exhibited at the Adler Fielding Galleries in 1965 as "Head of an African Woman"

 

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