Live Virtual Auction, 8 - 11 November 2020

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R 432 440
Lot 206
Pieter Wenning; Vineyards, Constantia

Lot Estimate
R 350 000 - 450 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 432 440

About this Item

South African 1873-1921
Vineyards, Constantia
signed
oil on canvas
37 by 47cm excluding frame; 54,5 by 65 by 8,5cm including frame

Provenance

Professor Johannes Jacobus Smith, distinguished and widely-published Afrikaans philologist and lexicographer, editor-in-chief of Die Afrikaanse Woordeboek, and member of the board of trustees of the National Art Gallery in Cape Town.

Exhibited

Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria, Pieter Wenning Commemorative Exhibition, March 1967, catalogue number 84.

Literature

Gregoire Boonzaier and Lippy Lipschitz (1949) Wenning, Cape Town: Unie-Volkspers, illustrated in
black and white as plate 69.

Anonymous (1967) Pieter Wenning Commemorative Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, Pretoria: Pretoria Art Museum, catalogue number 84, unpaginated.
Johannes du Plessis Scholtz (1973) DC Boonzaier en Pieter Wenning: Verslag van ‘n Vriendskap, Cape Town: Tafelberg, illustrated in black and white on page 115 as plate 66.

 


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