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Mslaba DUMILE Feni d  bronze in an edition of  unsigned unnumbered  undated A brief note Mslaba DUMILE Feni d  bronze in an edition of  unsigned unnumbered  undated A brief note

Mslaba DUMILE Feni d bronze in an edition of unsigned unnumbered undated A brief note - PDF document

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Mslaba DUMILE Feni d bronze in an edition of unsigned unnumbered undated A brief note - PPT Presentation

Prior to this an edition for bronzes by DUMILE was limited to 3 casts such as when DUMILE showed with Gallery 101 and the Adler Fielding Galleries Johannesburg in 1966 and 1967 A cast of this work is first recorded in the Collection of the Universit ID: 35689

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Mslaba DUMILE Feni „The anguished woman“ , bronze in an edition of 4 – unsigned – unnumbered - undated A brief note about this work The above bronze was cast on behalf of a n unrecorded person in an edition of 4, p robably late 1967 or early 1968 . P rior to this an edition for bronzes by DUMILE was limited to 3 casts , such as when DUMILE showed with Gallery 101 and the Adler Fielding Galleries, Johannesburg, in 1966 and 1967. A cast of this work is first recorded in the Collection of the University of Fort Hare, Alice , as “Untitled”, illustrated in “ Images of Man ” (de Jager) (FH University Press), 1992, ill. 64, p. 63 - ISBN 1 - 86810 - 015 - 4 Another cast was offered by Stephan Welz & Co., Johannesburg, on 13 th May, 2002 as Lot 262, originating from the collection of Berna rd Janks, Johannesburg, who had received it from D UMILE in recognition of his assistance and support. It was named “An anguished woman”. This cast was acquired by and was still in the collection of Jans Borman, Cape Town, in 2012. A third cast is in the collection of Bruce Campbell - Smith , illustrated in “Revisions” ( Hayden Proud ) (SAHO/UNISA), 2006, ill. 146, p. 182 – ISBN 1 - 874817 - 33 - 2 A fourth cast acquired from Bernardi Auctioneers in Pretoria in 2002 was i n the collection of Omar Badsha per 2012. According to a statement of provenance made by the family of Bernard Janks, 4 casts were made and the original was then destroyed. References: http://www.pelmama.org/Johann esburg - artscene_DUMILE - sculptures.htm Mslaba DUMILE Feni „The anguished woman“, bronze in an edition of 4 unsigned unnumbered - undated A brief note about this work The above bronze was cast on behalf of an unrecorded person in an edition of 4, probably late 1967 or early . Prior to this an edition for bronzes by DUMILE was limited to 3 casts, such as when DUMILE showed with Gallery 101 and the Adler Fielding Galleries, Johannesburg, in 1966 and 1967. A cast of this work first recorded in the Collection of the University of Fort Hare, Alice, as “Untitled”, illustrated in Images of Man (de Jager) (FH University Press), 1992, ill. 64, - ISBN 1--4 Another cast was offered by Stephan Welz & Co., Johannesburg, on 13 May, 2002 as Lot 262, originating from the collection of Bernard Janks, Johannesburg, who had received it from DUMILE in recognition of his assistance and support. It was named “An anguished woman”. This cast was acquired by and was still in the collection of Jans Borman, Cape Town, in 2012. A third cast is in the collection of Bruce Campbell-Smith, illustrated in “Revisions” (Hayden Proud(SAHO/UNISA), 2006, ill. 146, p. ISBN 1-874817--2 A fourth cast acquired from Bernardi Auctioneers in Pretoria in 2002 was in the collection of Omar Badsha per According to a statement of provenance made by the family of Bernard Janks, 4 casts were made and the original was then destroyed. References: http://www.pelmama.org/Johannesburg-artscene_DUMILE-sculptures.htm