Hugo Maritz - Witches! we love Hugo's use of Cubism.
Awesome sea side scape by Dino Paravano. I can almost hear the waves rolling in and feel the salty air blowing through my hair when I look at this, amazing.
Walter Battiss. Well known for his (slightly odd) geometric prints. Here is a mother feeding her child.
George Phemba, well known South African artist. look at his great use of light and dark contrast to highlight the children's faces and expression.
Lionel Smit. its amazing how his express strokes create such a realistic looking final peace as you look at this african woman. see how the skin tome is complimented by the dominant blue backround.
How charming are these little settlers cottages on the beach, what a life style! boats, seagulls, beautiful show of clouds in the sunset and of course the ocean! by Brian Blakemore.
Anthony Harris. uses texture as a tool to give feeling to his work betrayed as landscapes.
Hardy Botha. what a great mood he has set in this piece with use of colour and texture. what do you suppose this young boy in blue is day dreaming about?
Kennith Baker. bright expressive use of colour just brings this SA vibe street to life!
The audience - George Pemba
At the clinic by George Pemba
YOUNG GIRL EATING SAMP By George Pemba ,1946
The Arrest of Steve Biko By George Pemba ,1987
The Happy Day By George Pemba
The Prodigal Son--George Pemba
A Celebration By George Pemba
GIVE ME MY CHILD By George Pemba ,1991
1913: South African artist Gerard Sekoto is born in Botshabelo. Sekoto is best known for his social realist style paintings of urban South Africa.
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