Francois Coertze • Pretoria • South Africa
2013 • Bronze, Stainless steel and mild steel
62 x 6 x 61.5 cm
Ndlulamithi was one of the original magnificent seven of the Kruger National park. He’s name comes from a Tonga word meaning: Taller than the trees.
He died in 1885, estimated age of 58 years. At the shoulder he stood at a height of 3.45m. He’s left tusk is 287cmlong and he’s right tusk is 273cm. He’s tusks are displayed at the Lethaba Elephant Hall in the Kruger National Park.
This is a relief work, the elephant in bronze, the foliage stainless steel with mild steel frame and back.
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