LAWRENCE YOMBWE ACRYLIC on CANVAS Lusaka, Zambia

Category Art Paintings

Current price $2,200.00

Listing type Fixed Price Item

Location Orlando, Florida 328** US

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Seller li-jo82 (1402)

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Size Medium (up to 36in.)

Region Of Origin Africa

Artist Lawrence Yombwe

Style Impressionism

Painting Surface Canvas

Medium Acrylic

Date Of Creation 1990-1999

Year 1996

Features Signed

Width (Inches) 32

Subject Landscape

Originality Original

Height (Inches) 24

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Lawrence Yombwe, husband of Agness, is renowned in his own right having many shows in the Central and South African countries. This particular work comes from his "Memories of Kasama" series; a tribute to his father who disappeared by the river. Signs showed that, while getting water, Yombwe Sr. was dragged into the river by a crocodile. CATALOG INCLUDED WITH PURCHASE.
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Please see photos for more description. All items sold "as is" and as described. These artifacts are old and have been used so expect wear and age defects unless noted otherwise. No returns unless description/photographs totally misrepresent item/s. Shipping to U S ONLY:free. Sorry, no international bids accepted. Payment: Paypal only. Payment expected three days after auction’s close. Please keep in mind that if you do not bid or make an offer the answer is automatically, “no.” Thanks for your interest,bids and offers! Museum of Classical Antiquities and Primitive Arts since 1959. WE ENCOURAGE you to get a 3rd party opinion on items SO YOU ARE 100% satisfied BEFORE PLACING A BID! PLEASE DO DUE DILIGENCE and RESEARCH before bidding and please ask ALL questions before bids are placed. Most items are being deaccessioned. At age 70 and after quadruple bypass surgery the grand kids have told me that they have no interest in any of the collections in the family’s traveling museum-- MOCAPA. A bit disappointing to hear but well understood in the 21st century. Plus, for me, collecting lacks the attraction that it had in years past as well as the steward collectors. Thanks, joe

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