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The Assassination of Shaka
By Mhlangane Dingane and Mbopa on 22 September 1828 at Duzuka, By Which Act The Zulu Nation First Lost Its Empire.

Artwork date(s): 1973

Stephen Gray  - (text by)
Cecil Skotnes  - (illustrated by)


Measurements: 535mm
Inscription: Signed by the artist and the author.
Edition: #XV/XXV Proof

Type: South African Artists Book

Place publication: n. p.
Pages: 43 plates

Reference noteThe Assassination of Shaka By Mhlangane Dingane and Mbopa on 22 September 1828 at Duzuka, By Which Act The Zulu Nation First Lost Its Empire. 43 woodcuts by Cecil Skotnes with captions by Stephen Gray. This edition limited to 225 sets numbered 1 to 225 and 25 artist proofs numbered I to XXV of which each graphic is numbered and signed by the artist and each set signed on the title page by the artist and poet. Title page with signatures; Colophon sheet with limitation; 86 pages with text and illustrations; Final sheet with initials of the artist and the poet and the date. Portfolio in drop-back linen box with title on spine.

Ref: GB/10684





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