Kholiswa by Lionel Smit. BP Portrait Award 2013 Exhibitor. Oil on linen 2300 x 1650 mm. The portrait is of a waitress in a township café that Smit visits frequently. He wanted this portrait to capture the essence of her life - including the long distances she travels to work and her struggles as a single mother. http://www.lionelsmit.co.za/
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