Quathlamba


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Quathlamba

(kwɑːtˈlɑːmbɑː)
n
(Placename) the Sotho name for Drakensberg
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Dra•kens•berg

(ˈdrɑ kənzˌbɜrg)

n.
a mountain range in the E Republic of South Africa: highest peak, 10,988 ft. (3350 m). Also called Quathlamba.
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But, by my council and that of other indunas, Dingaan, bargained with the Boers that first they should attack a certain chief named Sigomyela, who had stolen some of the king's cattle, and who lived near the Quathlamba Mountains, and bring back those cattle.
The man is the artist Frank Stella, painting his image entitled Quathlamba. During the 1960s, Frank Stella made many abstract works using lines and colored metallic paints.
Why did Frank Stella title his painting Quathlamba?