In 1908, Namibia was still part of German West Africa.  A railroad worker was sweeping sand off a stretch of the rail that hugs the coast and where the Namib Desert meets the sea. He picked up a stone that turned out to be a diamond. This single event transformed a country and triggered a rush of prospectors. Read More

Sandhouse The Door  

by Cary Wolinsky
Item number:  CW0002
Location:  Kolmanskop, Namibia
Created:  2001    Copyright:  2001

Edition and Image Sizes:  Not including border. 
27h by 18w inches, edition 30     

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Frame:  Unframed
Print Method:  Archival Inkjet
Signature:  Obverse, right side, Cary S Wolinsky

Museum Collections: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Published: National Geographic magazine, March 2002

Gallery Information:  Pucker Gallery, Boston

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