Zulu Woman Canvas Poster Print
The Zulu, also known as Amazulu, are self-proclaimed “people of heaven” found largely in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. WrittenZulu history dates back to the 14th century forming the largest ethnic group of South Africa. Zulu is the dominant language, characterized by clicking sounds. Spread across a stretch of South Africa's east coast, the former Zulu Kingdom boasts one of sub-Saharan Africa's most eclectic blend of wildlife, history, and culture. Women are in charge of the home, raising children, and cultivating the land. They make Zulu beer—a considerable source of daily nutrition, carrying social and ritual significance. They are the keepers of oral narratives reciting stories, praise poems, and proverbs explaining Zulu history and moral teachings.
Our premium canvas prints offer enhanced durability and are built to stand the test of time. Thanks to the UV coating, they are scratch-resistant and can be easily cleaned with a simple wipe using a damp cloth. We use archival quality, pigment-based inks to ensure vibrant and long-lasting colors on our artist-grade canvas fabric.
Our canvas prints are shipped rolled in a secure tube, ensuring they reach you in perfect condition.
- Ready to hang, frame, or stretch.
- Poly cotton blend canvas, matte finish
- 1/16" thick
- One Sided Print
- UV coating. Scratch-resistant
- Premium quality artist-grade canvas using archival quality, pigment-based inks
- Care: Wipe gently with a clean damp cloth
- Ships rolled in a tube
- * Frame not included