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Drawings 2017, All Charcoal on Paper, Dimensions given in cm, (height first).

Balcony Figures,  50 x 70 cm

 Laptop Woman, 50 x 70 cm

Cell Phone Woman, 50 x 70 cm

Corridor Figures, 50 x 70 cm

 
Staircase Man, 70 x 50 cm

Buffalo, 46 x 58 cm

Cloud Hands, 48 x 56 cm


Hamid 56 x 48 cm


Avenue of Trees, 70 x 100 cm


Clive, 100 x 70 cm


Fluchtelinge, 50 x 70 cm


Romeo Milwali Njoh, 100 x 70 cm

Railway Bridge, 70 x 100 cm


Walter, 35 x 25 cm


Man in a Raincoat (Walter), 70 x 50 cm


Homeless, 70 x 100cm


Lauretta Gladys Ngobo, Honorary Doctorate, 70 x 50 cm



View from Entabeni Hospital, 35 x 100 cm

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