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Nombeko Mafenuka - Cry Beloved Woman | Portrait Art Original Art
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Nombeko Mafenuka - "Cry Beloved Woman"

"Cry Beloved Woman"

Cry Beloved Woman
Acrylic on Board, US$ 265

Cry Beloved Woman

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Acrylic on Board
Acrylic paint applied with brush, bold brush stroke

W: 420mm x H: 594mm x D: 80mm
W: 17" x H: 23" x D: 3"

Approx. Weight: 3kg

This work is unframed


US$ 265


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About "Cry Beloved Woman"

The painting aims at depicting the patriarchy challenges and pain that women in the society go through. They are abused by their partners and their children are facing the same challenge of abuse. Patriarchy is one of the obstacles that women face in the society.

Nombeko Mafenuka

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About Nombeko

Nombeko was born and bred in the former Transkei, Eastern Cape in a small village called Tsomo. She grew up on a farm in the Kei River valley. As a child she never had a chance of owning a book or a pencil. In school she wrote on a slate or on a flat stone if the slate was broken. She used to scribble on stones, gaalboom and aloe plants. Nombeko's art passion started at a very young age when she and her cousins used to draw each other on stones and gaalboom. In her primary and high school she didn't do art as a subject. She did art as a subject when she enrolled for her diploma in Education at the college. Her love for art led her to be a Foundation Phase Art teacher.

Price Range

US$ 66-13,239



Nombeko has exhibited her work in Cape Town and Eastern Cape mostly in festivals and shows and in some online galleries.


Diploma in Art Education

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