Hedley Churchward

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Hedley Churchward (18*-19*) was a talented scenic artist.

Later in his life he famously converted to Islam after a pilgimage to Mecca, changing his name to Mahmoud Mobarek.


He worked as scenic artist for Luscombe Searelle and Leonard Rayne in Cape Town, Kimberley and Johannesburg(*??).


Sources

Material held by NELM: [Collection: FLETCHER, Jill]: 2005. 75. 17. 14.

Eric Rosenthal. 1982. From Drury Lane to Mecca. Cape Town: Howard Timmins.


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