|Artwork title:||Married Woman - Ndebele|
|Installation type:||Movable artwork|
Barbara Tyrrell's ethnographic drawings
|Medium:||Oil paint & mixed media on board|
|Dimensions (mm):||653 x 521|
|Source:||Donated by artist|
|Location area:||On private display|
A Ndebele woman’s apron denotes her status in life. A bride usually wears a heavily beaded apron of five vertical, rounded panels. A married woman’s apron is made from whitened leather with smaller beaded panels at each side.
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