A beautiful piece well executed, standing upright. This piece takes up little space but makes maximum impact. Made in 1989, consisting of a Springstone base and various African indiginous hard wood fruits.
During the past decade, Zimbabwe Shona Sculpture has become the most collected form of African art. It has found it’s way into important repositories such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Rodin Museum, and into the homes of the Rockefellers, the Prince of Wales and Sir Richard Attenborough.