It was a great treat to be able to talk to Hylton Nel about his life and work: his time in London in the late 1960s when he was working against the tide by doing work which was ornamental/historical/figurative. And the great variety of his later work and the wide range of its historical antecedents.
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Just in case you know someone who is interested, there is currently a signed copy of Hylton Nel Conversations published in 2003 on sale on the Oxfam online bookshop. It’s £200. I buy a lot of books from this site and while they are often more expensive than I would wish, I factor in the extra as a charitable donation.