ANGAS, GEORGE FRENCH. 'THE KAFIRS ILLUSTRATED IN A SERIES OF DRAWINGS TAKEN AMONG THE AMAZULU, AMAPONDA, AND AMAKOSA TRIBES; ALSO, PORTRAITS OF THE HOTTENTOT, MALAY, FINGO, AND OTHER RACES INHABITING SOUTHERN AFRICA: TOGETHER WITH SKETCHES OF LANDSCAPE SCENERY IN THE ZULU COUNTRY, NATAL, AND THE CAFE COLONY'. LONDON: J. HOGARTH, 1849
- 'The Kafirs Illustrated in a Series of Drawings taken among the Amazulu, Amaponda, and Amakosa Tribes; also, Portraits of the Hottentot, Malay, Fingo, and Other Races inhabiting Southern Africa: together with Sketches of Landscape Scenery in the Zulu Country, Natal, and the Cafe Colony'. London: J. Hogarth, 1849
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Angas (1822-1886), naturalist and painter, spent about a year in South Africa, having previously visited South Australia and New Zealand. On his return to England, he published 'The Kafirs Illustrated', the descriptive text having been written by Angas himself. He married in 1849 and went out to Australia once again, remaining there for some thirteen years, after which he and his family returned to settle in London.