Sam Nhlengethwa Conversations Lithographs

Sam Nhlengethwa painting the film for a colour separation for one of his conversation lithographs.

In this suite of lithographs, Sam Nhlengethwa examines conversations and the nuances of social interaction. From a moment snatched out of a busy day where women confirm each other to jazz musicians sequencing their performance, Sam Nhlengethwa affectionately captures the moment. These are all social situations that we can relate to, conversations between close friends and associates that celebrate being human.

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Sam Nhlengethwa's Conversations Exhibition at The Goodman Gallery

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Two miners in overalls and hard hats talking to each other in grey walled room

Title: Please lead our shift
Medium: Seven colour lithograph
Paper size: 50 x 53 cm
Image size: 30 x 33 cm
Edition size: 35
Price: R 8 925 (excl. VAT)


Two women in profile talking to each other with bright yellow buildings in background

Title: Precisely my point
Medium: Eight colour lithograph
Paper size: 50 x 53 cm
Image size: 30 x 33 cm
Edition size: 35
Price: R 8 925 (excl. VAT)


Two seated musicians one with saxophone and the other a base in conversation

Title: Then take the first solo
Medium: Seven colour lithograph
Paper size: 50 x 53 cm
Image size: 30 x 33 cm
Edition size: 35
Price: SOLD OUT


Three men in tight group discussing

Title: Then who did it?
Medium: Seven colour lithograph
Paper size: 50 x 53 cm
Image size: 30 x 33 cm
Edition size: 35
Price: R 8 925 (excl. VAT)


Two women in bright pink and purple clothing sitting across at a table with yellow background

Title: What about AU?
Medium: Seven colour lithograph
Paper size: 50 x 53 cm
Image size: 30 x 33 cm
Edition size: 35
Price: R 8 925 (excl. VAT)


Click on the links below to see other prints by Sam Nhlengethwa

Joburg Selected

Waiting

The Beat of Drum

Recyclers

Glimpses of the 50s and 60s

Goat Prints


Jazz Prints

Restaurant Series

Township Prints

Tributes to Other Artists

Mine Series

Sam Nhlengethwa Print Archive

Sam Nhlengethwa's Home Page


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