'Swazi Girl' by Vladimir Tretchikoff. The Swazi, who take their name from a former chief, are close neighbours of the Zulu and similar in custom and language. As regards dress they favour animal skins and brightly coloured cloths; the colour of the cloth varying according to the tribal district. Similarly, the type of turban, by its colour and arrangement, indicates the social position of the woman. Artist’s Collection, 1950’s First Hand Tretchikoff Art Print. This art print has been produced to the highest quality under the artist’s personal supervision and is accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authentication.
Size: 34 x 29cm