Tuesday, 29 July 2008

South African painting

Bonhams are holding their fourth South African sale in September. It will be the largest sale of its kind and one that is set to break all records associated with South African art. As ever the work is a mixed bag quality-wise, but there is plenty of interest, and a couple of really exceptional paintings. I have selected a handful of pieces below, the catalogue can be browsed in its entirety online at Bonhams website (part 1, part 2.)


Edward Roworth (1880-1964) - "Cape farmhouse"


Maria Magdalena Laubser (1886-1973) - "Portrait of a Man"


Walter Gilbert Wiles (1875-1966) - "Knysa Forest"


Terence John McCaw (1913-1978) - "Houses and trees on the water"


Neville Lewis (1895-1972) Title Unknown


Gerard Sekoko (1913-1993) - Title unknown


Stanley Pinker (b.1924) - Title Unknown


G. Rose Innes (20thc.) - "The Scarecrow"


Gerard Bhengu (1910-1990) - "Zulu Portrait"


Pieter van der Westhuizen (b.1931) - "Rural Landscape"


Robert Gwelo Goodman (1871-1939) - "The Drakensberg"


Maud Frances Eyston Sumner (1902-1985) - "Still life of jug and fruit"

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