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du Toit (1943 - 2018)

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Duggie du Toit painting of books and a washbasin

Books, Vintage Washbasin & Pitcher

R37 500  /  R38 800

59.5 x 115cm

Duggie du Toit painting of pomegranates with pips

Still Life with Pomegranates

R13 900  /  R14 800

25.5 x 39cm

Duggie du Toit painting of musical instruments

Still Life with Musical Instruments

R37 500  /  R38 800

59 x 106cm

Duggie du Toit painting of strawberries in a bowl

Strawberries in a Bowl

R10 750  /  R11 850

20.5 x 31cm

Duggie du Toit painting of roses in a delft vase

Still Life with Roses in a Delft Vase

R14 300  /  R15 500

61 x 46cm

Duggie du Toit painting of a young girl reading a book

A Young Girl Reading

R17 900  /  R19 500

61 x 76.5cm

Duggie du Toit painting of red roses in a glass vase

Still Life with Red Roses

R13 800  /  R14 900

56 x 45.5cm

Duggie du Toit painting of a copper kettle and pomegranates

Still Life with Copper Kettle and Pomegranates

R14 300  /  R15 500

46 x 61cm

Duggie du Toit painting of a man with a ruff wearing a necklace

Portrait of a Man with Ruff & Necklace

R8 400  /  R9 500

60.5 x 45.5cm

Duggie du Toit painting of a beared man

Portrait of a Bearded Man

R8 400  /  R9 500

53 x 40cm

Duggie du Toit painting of a copper kettle with pink roses

Still Life with Pink Roses in a Copper Kettle

R7 900  /  R8 500

61 x 61cm

Duggie du Toit painting

Figs

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20 x 39cm

Duggie du Toit painting

Pear

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25 x 20cm

Still Life with Roses

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45.5 x 61cm

Still Life with Books

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51 x 61cm

Duggie du Toit painting

Still Life with Porcelain and Cherries

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39 x 50.5cm

Still Life with Glass Vase

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61 x 91.5cm

Duggie du Toit painting of empty paint tubes | Duggie du Toit | Robertson Art Gallery

Empty Paint Tubes

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16 x 26.5cm

Duggie du Toit painting of a still life with books, clarinet etc. | Duggie du Toit | Robertson Art Gallery

Boeke & Klarinet

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61 x 91.5cm

Duggie du Toit painting of still life with glasses, books and musical notes | Duggie du Toit | Robertson Art Gallery

Boeke

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50 x 75.5cm

Duggie du Toit: A Masterful Impressionist Painter from the Free State   Duggie du Toit, born on September 19, 1943, in Johannesburg and currently residing in the Free State, is a renowned artist whose journey into the world of art commenced in his twenties. Despite working in the mines, his passion for art flourished, and he began painting. During this time, he sent his artwork to a college in Westport, Connecticut, USA, nurturing his skills over three years. The pivotal moment in his artistic career came when he met Suzette, whose inspiration led him to transition from part-time to full-time painting. Furthering his artistic education, Duggie pursued studies through the College for Famous Artist in Westpark.   Duggie's artistic style is best described as classical impressionistic, with a preference for the timeless medium of oil. His creative palette spans a range of intriguing subjects, including vegetables, fruits, antique bottles, music, portraiture, and figure studies. His distinctive work shines through in its use of rich earthly hues, creating a captivating visual experience.   His artistic development was driven by a self-driven quest for mastery. Intensive studies of techniques used by renowned artists such as John Singer, Anders Zorn, Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Sorolla paved his path to expertise. This dedication has granted his artwork a striking uniqueness, distinguished by his adept manipulation of light and shadow to bring his subjects to life.   Duggie's art has resonated with an international audience, predominantly attracting tourists who acquire his creations from embassies and diverse art galleries across South Africa. His pieces are cherished not only by local enthusiasts but also by discerning art investors from around the world.   In his own words, Duggie succinctly captures his artistic ethos: "My work doesn't scream, it whispers." This gentle yet profound approach echoes through his creations, inviting viewers to engage with the stories and emotions embedded within each stroke of his brush.   As a celebrated artist, Duggie du Toit's masterful work continues to captivate hearts and minds, his artistic journey an inspiring testament to the transformative power of passion and dedication.
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