Anatomical representation of the left tibia, condylar, cranial, caudal and cochlear aspects, of an adult elephant.
Black/white wash painting technique. Original canvas size: (w)53.7 x (h)51.0 cm. Original scanned size in pixels: (w)5856 x (h)8008 (400dpi). 4 drawings on canvas cropped to smaller sections for better web display at 150 dpi, combined to one final pdf-file. Final size in pixels per page 1: (w)450 x (h)362; page 2: (w)207 x (h)600; page 3: (w)234 x (h)600; page 4: (w)450 x (h)397.
Fokala Mukumu, Elvis(University of Western Cape, 2013)
Generally, women's rights and interest are steadily being recognised and given the attention they deserve at the global, regional and national levels. Despite this recognition of women's rights at these levels, and in ...
This study performs a critical analysis of the representation of Afrikaner and
British masculinity in the first season of the South African War (1899-1902)
television series Arende (1989-1993). The study first identifies ...
The Grassland biome of South Africa is ofmajor importance to this country's agriculture,
mining and conservation practices. The extent of urbanisation and economic activity within
this biome has led to the destruction ...