Karo Girl by David Ballam
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The Lower Omo Valley in Ethiopia's southwest is an ancient crossroad for human migration from Somalia, Kenya and Sudan. The region is home to some of Africa’s most fascinating tribes including the Hamar, Suri, Mursi, Karo and Arbore; where body adornment of colourful jewellery, animal skins, clay lip plates, body paint and scarring can still be seen in tribal communities today.
- Portrait size 80 x 120cm / Framed size 83 x 123 cm.
- Captured by South African photographer David Ballam.
- Printed on UV resistant 100% cotton fabric with a white matt finish.
- Features David Ballam's digital signature in the bottom right hand corner.
- A high resolution coating ensures the photograph is a well-contrasted, high resolution and a high density image reproduction.
- Stretched with a raw Australian oak frame [no glass].
- Mount on the wall or lean on a fireplace mantel, bench or sideboard. Large enough to holds its own, or pair it with another of David’s portraits.
width 83 cm | height 123 cm | depth 5.5 cm | weight 5.4 kg
PRINTED IN SOUTH AFRICA / FRAMED IN AUSTRALIA
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