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Date of Birth , 1903
Date of Death 1959 Soweto
Place of Birth Lobethal, GaPhahla.
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Moses Tladi Biography

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Moses Tladi (1903–1959) was a self-taught artist who was the first black painter to have had a formal exhibition in South Africa and the first black artist to exhibit at the South African National Gallery.

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Moses Tladi was born and brought up in 1903 Lobethal, GaPhahla, in the northern part of South Africa. He was the son of a traditional healer who made a living by working creatively in iron, and a mother who was a gifted potter. Tladi spent his early years herding cattle. His parents converted to Christianity under the influence of the Berlin Missionary Society, and he was educated at the Lobethal Mission in the now Limpopo Province. Tladi, like many young men of the time, went to Johannesburg in search of work. By the mid-1920s, he found employment as gardener at Lokshoek, the home of mining company employee, Herbert Read in the fashionable suburb of Parktown.

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Tladi started painting with leftover commercial house paint and a stick. His talent for painting was noticed by his employer, Read who started providing him with artists' materials. Read also introduced Tladi to the collector and philanthropist Howard Pim, who was once a mayor of Johannesburg, and played a leading role in the establishment of the Johannesburg Art Gallery. Both Read and Pim promoted Tladi at public exhibitions from 1929 onwards. In 1931 Tladi became the first black artist to exhibit at the South African National Gallery. In 1939, he was the first Black African Artist to have his works exhibited at the National Gallery in Johannesburg, where his paintings received acclaim.

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Tladi served his country during the Second World War, and continued to paint until 1956, when he was forced to move out of his own home in the Johannesburg suburb of Kensington B to Soweto as a result of the National Party's Apartheid policies, specifically the Group Areas Act. He died in 1959, at the age of 56.

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The first major South African exhibition of the work of artist, Moses Tladi, opened at the Iziko South African National Gallery in Cape Town on Heritage Day, 24 September 2015. The exhibition entitled Moses Tladi Unearthed, provided the visitor with an exceptional opportunity to view his work. Cited as the first black artist to have exhibited formally in South Africa, Moses Tladi (1903-1959) developed a reputation as a realist landscape painter.

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