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Jeanette Horn - "Namibian Bushman"
Sorry but this work has already been sold. may be willing to undertake a commission.
W: 240mm x H: 290mm
This work is unframed
US$ 192 SOLD
About "Namibian Bushman"
Portrait of Khobi, a Namibian bushman. He played on a self-made musical instrument, made from an old oil-can with 6 strings. He accompanied himself, crooning a low, rather sad song. He wore the traditional headgear and skin 'cloak' of his family group.
I painted and illustrated for the advertising industry until my first solo exhibition in 1990. Subsequently I've been painting in oils, watercolours and pastels for exhibitions and commissions. I also illustrate children's books, the most recent being a children's fairy book written by long-time friend Margaret Roberts.
2 solo exhibitions - 1991 and 1994
3 year Art Diploma at Durban's Natal Technical College.
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