Baboon Vase

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This majestic Baboon Vessels were created by Sotho sculptor Moshe Sello on elegant shaped tall vases thrown by Zimbabwean master thrower Lovemore Sithole.

Mthulisi Ncube, inspired by a sprightly and dynamic troop of busy baboons has echoed their animated forms in his painted aloes that have the same vigorous, writhing energy.

Mthulisi has chosen a muted palette of grey, soft pink, brown, blue and a touch of burnt orange on the rim of the vessel creating a magnificent tall vessel.

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Artist(s)

    • Moshe Sello
    • Moshe Sello

      Moshe Sello, whose uncle is Bennet Zondo (one of Ardmore’s leading sculptors) was born in 1986 in Thabatseke in Lesotho. He attended Peka High School and completed Grade 12. Moshe came to South Africa from Lesotho in search of employment. He had been performing odd jobs as ... read more

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    • Lovemore Sithole
    • Lovemore Sithole

      Lovemore Sithole was born in 1962 in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. His early schooling was interrupted when he joined recruits to train as a freedom fighter during the Zimbabwean War of Independence. After the war, in 1982, he returned to Bulawayo and joined the Mzilikazi Arts and Craft ... read more

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    • Mthulisi Ncube
    • Mthulisi Ncube

      Mthulisi Ncube is a Matablele fom Zimbabwe, as is Fée Halsted. He was introduced to Ardmore by school-mate, Mandla Ngwenya, and joined his friends in August 2013. Mthulisi is a bright, well-mannered, talented young man. He completed high school in Bulawayo at Entumbane in 2000, and the ... read more

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Additional information

Weight 8.8 kg
Dimensions 36 × 32 × 60 cm