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The word ‘Gogo’ is a term of endearment and respect used for older women throughout Southern Africa, it is sometimes translated as ‘Grandmother’ but is not necessarily always used in that precise context.
This drawing is taken from a photograph I took of a group of women on the Barotse Flood Plains in western Zambia. As the Zambezi River retreats after the summer floods, large pools are left behind. It was just before sunset and the women were returning to their village after a successful afternoon spent fishing in the pools, their baskets overflowing with catfish and tilapia.
Size: 600mm x 900mm
10 in stock
Limited edition archival print on 300 GSM 100% cotton paper from an original raw umber pencil on rice paper drawing.
Delivered rolled in a tube, ready for framing or mounting. The print run is limited to 250.
600MM X 900MM