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Igbo Newi Onitsha Province 1938

Entrance gate and walls with relief of a farmers compound at Nnewi, northern Igbo area, southern Nigeria, ph: Edward Duckworth

Rene Burri LE CORBUSIER, painter, urbanist & architect. 1959. FRANCE. Paris. 16th arrondissement. 24, rue Nungesser-et-Coli. Apartment-atelier Le Corbusier (1931-1934). Le Corbusier, by the entrance to the kitchen, next to the sculpture "Les mains", which he created in 1956 with Joseph SAVINA. 1959.

Rene Burri LE CORBUSIER, painter, urbanist & architect. 1959. FRANCE. Paris. 16th arrondissement. 24, rue Nungesser-et-Coli. Apartment-atelier Le Corbusier (1931-1934). Le Corbusier, by the entrance to the kitchen, next to the sculpture "Les mains", which he created in 1956 with Joseph SAVINA. 1959.

"Litema" mural art of the Basotho (Basuto or Sotho) ethnic group | Southern Africa | Litema is a tradition where women decorate a house after the men have finished building the house. The patterns are sometimes coloured with natural pigments or commercial paint and stains. Stones, embedded in mud and relief designs are sometimes used as a more permanent effect.

iluvsouthernafrica: “ Lesotho: The Basotho women’s art of house decoration: Litema “The word Litema (pronounced as “di-the-ma”) is derived from the word “ho lema” which means to cultivate, and “tema”, which denotes a ploughed field.