hennie niemann jnr 'the green dress' 90 x 70 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr 'the green dress' 90 x 70 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr 'woman by the window'  90 x 60 cm  2015

hennie niemann jnr 'woman by the window' 90 x 60 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr, bathers and brolly, composition, art, contemporary art, cubism,oil on canvas, arte, kunst, south african artist

hennie niemann jnr, bathers and brolly, composition, art, contemporary art, cubism,oil on canvas, arte, kunst, south african artist

hennie niemann jnr painting, friends, 2016 exhibition , cape town

hennie niemann jnr painting, friends, 2016 exhibition , cape town

hennie niemann jnr ,'dance, dance, dance' 120 x 100 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr ,'dance, dance, dance' 120 x 100 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr , beach composition , 120cm x 100 cm , 2015

hennie niemann jnr , beach composition , 120cm x 100 cm , 2015

hennie niemann jnr, 'dakar woman 2' 60 x 45 cm, 2015

hennie niemann jnr, 'dakar woman 2' 60 x 45 cm, 2015

hennie niemann jnr,'the suitors' 81 x80 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr,'the suitors' 81 x80 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr, Barcelona apartment ,110 x 100 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr, Barcelona apartment ,110 x 100 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr 'Basque beach' 120 x 100 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr 'Basque beach' 120 x 100 cm 2015


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hennie niemann jnr 'woman by the window'  90 x 60 cm  2015

hennie niemann jnr 'woman by the window' 90 x 60 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr 'figure composition'  81 x 80 cm 2015

hennie niemann jnr 'figure composition' 81 x 80 cm 2015

Maggie Laubser and Irma Stern introduced expressionist painting to South Africa. She seems to have painted this portrait during her time in Germany when she became influenced by expressionist art. Her fine draftsmanship was developed during years of training at London's Slade School of Art during the First World War years. The colouring of the portrait owes its exuberance to the expressionist movement. She has succeeded in blending firm control of line and proportion with radical colouring…

Maggie Laubser and Irma Stern introduced expressionist painting to South Africa. She seems to have painted this portrait during her time in Germany when she became influenced by expressionist art. Her fine draftsmanship was developed during years of training at London's Slade School of Art during the First World War years. The colouring of the portrait owes its exuberance to the expressionist movement. She has succeeded in blending firm control of line and proportion with radical colouring…

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