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Excerpt from the Guardian, 2003

"The artworks are vibrant images that reflect the darker times of his life and his many years as a political prisoner on Robben Island.
These lithographs, symbolic of the struggle for democracy, freedom and human rights, the artworks have been described, as “charming, iconic and highly accomplished... [Mandela] cl… http://touchgalleries.com.au/index.php/blog/excerpt-guardian-2003/

Nelson Mandela: My Robben Series I

In 2001 Mandela spent three months working with a tutor in South Africa on drawings that reflect his memories of his imprisonment during the apartheid years. In an ironic twist of fate, the tutor turned out to be the granddaughter of P.W.Botha, one of Sou…
Mandela’s first published series of works My Robben Island Series I which was launched at a Gallery in London late 2002 and included images that reflected his many years as a poli… http://touchgalleries.com.au/index.php/blog/nelson-mandela-my-robben-series-i/