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South African, 20th century, male.

Born 8 May 1903, in Plungian, Lithuania; died 25 October 1980, in Kiryat Tivon, Israel.

Sculptor in diverse materials, draughtsman, printmaker.

In 1908, Isreal-Isaac Lipshitz emigrated to South Africa where he remained, apart from trips abroad, until his retirement to Israel in ...

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Nigerian painter, sculptor, architect, and set designer. Nwoko’s works of art and architecture have been understood as exhibiting the tensions between modernism and indigenous design. Nwoko’s own published discussions of the political history of Nigeria and his recommendations for improvements in education, medicine, environmental conservation, and mechanical engineering have inspired art histories that describe him as not only an artist–architect but as an advocate for social reform....

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South African, 20th century, female.

Born 27 May 1899, in Bellair, Durban (Natal); died 28 March 1996, in Durban.

Sculptor (ceramic, bronze). Architectural sculpture

Mary Stainbank trained at Durban School of Art (1916–1921), then the Royal College of Art, London, enrolling in 1922...