Size: 92 x 82 cm
Oil on Canvas, Framed
by Ryan Loubser
1 in stock
On the 7th January 2016 Botswana’s Chapman’s Baobab fell to the ground. One of the three largest trees in Africa and a national monument of Botswana, Chapman’s Baobab was visited by many a tourist and was originally even used as a landmark for travellers.
Found near the village of Gweta, which is considered the gateway to the Makgadikgadi Pans, Chapman’s Baobab is thought to be over 1,000 years old and is one of the oldest and largest baobabs in Africa.
This painting will keep the memory of this majestic tree alive.
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