Kudu in the Lowveld


John Banovich, Kudu in the LowveldUnframed

John Banovich, Kudu in the LowveldFramed

Limited Edition Giclée Canvas

Zawadi Edition:
• 350 s/n plus 35 Artist Proofs
• Canvas: 11" x 14" - $225
• Artist Proof: 11" x 14" - $270
• Frame (Western Distressed): 18" x 21" - $325

For Unframed or Framed artwork, we will contact you within 24 hours after your purchase is complete to finalize the arrangements for your order due to variables in shipping. We are working to get you the best shipping rate possible.

“The greater kudu is arguably the most handsome antelope in Africa. With the male's spiral horns often reaching two and a half twists and a length of nearly 70 inches, their beauty and grace is beyond compare. Kudu horns have been used by indigenous people as musical instruments, honey containers, symbolic objects used in rituals and as a symbol of male potency. Like all spiral horned antelope, they posses small white patches on their face and neck, which supports the legend that when God made them, he held their face to admire their exquisite beauty, and when he let go, his finger prints left the marks.”  - John Banovich