Gustav Theodor Fritsch Collection (Visual Arts)

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Gustav Theodor Fritsch Collection (Visual Arts)

 

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Recent Submissions

  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    Shoshong, Botswana (Bechuanaland). Makuatse, Matabele, Shoshong, Ba-kuéna Gebiet.
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    Windvogelberg (Cathcart). Hanta, Ngqika-Häuptling, Windvogelberg, British Kaffraria.
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    U’mguméle, Tonga, L’urban [sic], Natal.
  • Untitled 
    Dietrich, Keith Hamilton, 1950-   Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    An eloquent picture gallery: the South African portrait photographs of Gustav Theodor Fritsch, 1863 - 1865. Exhibition curated by Keith Dietrich.
  • Untitled 
    Dietrich, Keith (2008)
    An eloquent picture gallery: the South African portrait photographs of Gustav Theodor Fritsch, 1863 - 1865. Exhibition curated by Keith Dietrich.
  • Unknown 
    Unknown (2008)
    Zulu de Colonie bei der Mahlzeit. The photograph was possibly given to Fritsch by Dr Wilhelm Bleek and was used as the source of the wood engraving in Die Eingeborenen Süd-Afrikas.
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    Unknown (2008)
    No title/description. The photograph was possibly given to Fritsch by Dr Wilhelm Bleek and was used as the source of the wood engraving in Die Eingeborenen Süd-Afrikas, p. 89.
  • Fritsch, Theodor (2008)
    Left: Possibly Jotello Soga. Third from left: Somi, first councillor of Sandile. In the case of Sandile's chiefdom, it would seem that the younger Great Councillors, SUAMch as Vena (who was circumcised with Sandile) and ...
  • Unknown (2008)
    Sandile's wives (although not identified here, Sandile married amongst others Noposi kaMyeki, Nokwazi and Noyejini). Sandili’s Frauen. The photograph was possibly given to Fritsch by Dr Wilhelm Bleek and was used as the ...
  • Unknown 
    Unknown (2008)
    Unknown location. Fingoefrauen. The photograph was possibly given to Fritsch by Dr Wilhelm Bleek and was used as the source of the wood engraving in Die Eingeborenen Süd-Afrikas, p. 62.
  • Unknown 
    Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    Unknown location. Zulu mit Stöcken fechtend. The photograph was possibly given to Fritsch by Dr Wilhelm Bleek and was used as the source of the wood engraving in Die Eingeborenen Süd-Afrikas, p. 131.
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    "Magoma als Gefangener, Ngqika-Häuptling, Robben-Island, Tafel Bay."
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    "Magoma als Gefangener, Ngqika-Häuptling, Robben-Island, Tafel Bay."
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    ‘Die schöne Sarah’, dienstmädchen eine Kaufmanns, Fengu, Bloemfontein, Oranje-Frystaat.
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    Louis, Ama-zulu, Harrismith, Oranje-Frystaat.
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    U’ngéke, Ama-zulu, Durban, Natal.
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    U’ngéke, Ama-zulu, Durban, Natal.
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    Dilima als Gefangener, Ngqika-Häuptling, Robben-Island, Tafel Bay.
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    Windvogelberg (Cathcart). Ngonde, Ama-xoxa, Windvogelberg, British Kaffraria.
  • Fritsch, Gustav Theodor (2008)
    Windvogelberg (Cathcart). Isangani, abaTembu, Windvogelberg, östliche Colonie.