South African art 1840 - now

19 January - 5 February 2005



1.
Thomas Bowler (1812–1869)
‘Simon’s Town from Bay’, 1844


sold


2.
Hugo Naudé (1868–1941)
Namaqualand landscape


sold


3.
Maggie Laubser (1886–1973)
‘Oestyd (Harvest time)’, 1932


sold


4.
Ruth Everard Haden (1904–1992)
‘Barbara’


not available


5.
Johannes Meintjes (1923–1980)
Young man with lilies, 1945


6.
Simon Moroke Lekgetho (1929–1985)
A portrait of a young boy, 1958


sold


7.
Dorothy Kay (1886–1964)
‘Three mirrors’, 1959


sold


8.
Robert Hodgins (1920–)
Three bathers, 1955


sold


9.
Douglas Portway (1922–1993)
‘Ibiza’, 1964


sold


10.
Gerard Sekoto (1913–1993)
‘Le Pont Neuf’, 1960


sold


11.
Ernest Mancoba (1904–2002)
Untitled


sold


12.
Sydney Kumalo (1935–1988)
‘Reptile’


sold


13.
Sydney Kumalo (1935–1988)
‘Pregnant woman’


14.
Sydney Kumalo (1935–1988)
Seated figure arms behind back


15.
Sydney Kumalo (1935–1988)
‘Praying woman’


sold


16.
Sydney Kumalo (1935–1988)
‘Beast with mane’

17.
Sydney Kumalo (1935–1988)
‘Beast’


sold


18.
Lucky Sibiya (1942–1999)
African figures, one with baby on the back


sold


19.
Kenneth Baker (1931–1988)
Musicians, 1967


sold


20.
Peter Clarke (1929–)
‘The blind grandpa’, 1973


21.
Peter Clarke (1929–)
‘Evening story’, 1969


sold


22.
Peter Clarke (1929–)
‘Anxiety’, 1969


sold


23.
Walter Battiss (1906–1982)
‘Comores’


sold


24.
Helmut Starcke (1935–)
‘Caprivi of my mind #2’, 1970


25.
Stanley Pinker (1924–)
‘At the dawn of the space age’, 1982


26.
Hylton Nel (1941–)
‘Fuck the bastards/Champagne for my real friends’, 2004


27.
John Murray (1973–)
‘Good vibes, bad vibes’, 2004


sold


28.
Mustafa Maluka (1976–)
‘Cats drink champagne and toast death and pain …’, 2001


29.
Mustafa Maluka (1976–)
‘Blind faith’, 2004


sold


30.
Mustafa Maluka (1976–)
‘True grit’, 2004


sold


31.
Pieter Hugo (1976–)
‘Pieter Hugo, Cape Town, South Africa, 2004’


32.
Lawrence van Niekerk (1976–)
‘Portrait of Patrick Nkosi’, 2004


33.
Deborah Poynton (1970–)
‘Diorama’, 2004


sold


34.
David Goldblatt (1930–)
‘In commemoration of and protest against farm murders, Rietvlei, on the N1 near Polokwane. 19 June 2004’


35.
Guy Tillim (1962–)
‘Tayob Towers, Pritchard Street’, 2004


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36.
Peter Eastman (1976–)
‘City/Stad’, 2003–4


37.
Tracy Payne (1965–)
‘Budding Yin II’, 2004


sold



38.
Berni Searle (1964–)
‘Bleed I – IV’



39.
Churchill Madikida (1973–)
‘Virus’, 2004



42.
Jeremy Wafer (1953–)
‘Spindle’, 2004



40.
Wim Botha (1974–)
‘Mnemonic reconstruction’, 2004


sold



43.
Sandile Zulu (1960–)
‘Spiritual transformation through the caterpillar’, 2004


sold



44.
Willem Boshoff (1951–)
‘NOTHING IS ALWAYS RIGHT’, 2004


sold



45.
Willem Boshoff (1951–)
‘I KNOW, YOU KNOW’, 2004



Wim Botha (1974–)
Lock-step, 2005


sold



Gerard Sekoto(1913-1993)
Portrait of a boy with downcast eyes, 1963


sold



Sydney Kumalo (1835-1988)
'Man on a bull'


sold



Robert Hodgins (1920-)
Nude bather


sold




Peter Eastman (1976–)
‘City/Stad’, 2003–4


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