David Ballam is a world famous South African photographer. He explores the African landscape and traditional cultures in every region of Africa. His motifs are not just photos, but rather art.
Motif from the "Leaving Lubango" collection, photographer David Ballam from Cape Town. Drawn on canvas, framed breathtakingly. In 1.80 mx 1.20 m. WOW!
The Mucuroca are a subgroup of the Mucubal. It is believed that they were among the first Bantu groups to settle in the desert of southern Angola around the 18th century.
Handcrafted frames from old South African wooden panels. Just breathtaking! Pressed ceiling panels: These emerged in the 1880s as an affordable way to beautify the ceiling of a room. They should be similar to high-quality decorative plaster.
Dimensions: 1.80 x 1.20 m
Origin: South Africa, photographer Dave Ballam
Color: black and white
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