Mt Stephanie, above Kabradasa, Zambezi River by Thomas Baines (27/11/1820 - 8/5/1875), an English artist and explorer of British colonial southern Africa and Australia. In 1858 he accompanied Livingstone along the Zambezi and was one of the first white men to see Victoria Falls. Country of Origin: Africa. Culture: White Man. Period/ Date: 1858. Material: Oil on canvas. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Royal Geographic Society, London. Location 28
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