Iziko South African National Gallery
The South African National Gallery began with a presentation of about 45 paintings by Thomas Butterworth Bayley in 1871. It has since grown to become a gallery of international stature with wonderful examples of South African, African and western European art, including an extensive collection of African bead art, one of the most significant forms of cultural expression for women living on the continent.
The size of the collection means the museum has a full programme of temporary exhibitions throughout the year, ranging from paintings, works on paper and photography, to sculpture, beadwork, textiles and architecture...
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