Buffalo and rhino sculpted by Shadu Chatsama and a sculpture by the late Lazarus Takawira with a background of Lake Zurich. These photographs sent to us by one of our important Swiss customers. ... See MoreSee Less
Another icon of Zimbabwe Stone Sculpture, Lazarus Takawira passed away on the 12th January 2021. Along with his brothers John and Bernard was a cornerstone of the early development of modern Zimbabwe Sculpture. Lazarus's sculptures were like him larger than life. They were bold and big and always with his signature large hands. He was introduced to the Queen of England and his sculpture was displayed and bought in exhibitions around the world. He was one of the first artists to work with Stone Dynamics gallery nearly 35 years ago and we will miss him. Famba zvakanaka Lazarus ... See MoreSee Less
Sincere condolences to the family of this great artist. When the soapstone sculptures of the Takawira brothers and other Rhodesian sculptors were first exported to Europe their arrival was hailed by artists and art critics and buyers as the greatest explosion of magnificence in the Art World since the Impressionist revolution. RIP
RIP, always good to highlight how they died.
Rest ln peace 🌹
Rest in peace bamukuru tirikurwadziwa tichatamba naani😭😭😭
May his soul rest in peace
RIP. You left your hand print on zimbabwe forever.
Condolences may his brothers alway be together with him.
You represented Zimbabwe with such grace and left an indelible footprint of your amazing talent. Rest In Peace
Ps. Can we ask how did all three pass over.
Rest in peace
Rest in peace Lazzy T muzukuru. May your soul rest in peace🙏