Frans Groenewald | Robertson Art Gallery
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A Toast to Frenchship

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50 x 50cm

Frans Groenewald painting | Robertson Art Gallery

Al Capacino’s

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17.5 x 17.5cm

Frans Groenewald painting | Robertson Art Gallery

Dry Humour

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16.5 x 16cm

Frans Groenwald painting | Robertson Art Gallery

The Leaning Tower of Pizza

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30 x 30cm

Frans Groenewald painting | Robertson Art Gallery

And ‘t is my faith…

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50 x 50cm

Frans Groenewald painting | Robertson Art Gallery

The Mind

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15 x 14.5cm

Frans Groenewald painting | Robertson Art Gallery

The Big Five

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17 x 17cm

Frans Groenewald painting | Robertson Art Gallery

Die Kaap Proevinsie

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16 x 16cm

Frans Groenewald painting | Robertson Art Gallery

Mothercity Roast

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17 x 17cm

Frans Groenewald painting | Robertson Art Gallery

The thankful Receiver…

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18 x 18cm

Frans Groenewald painting | Robertson Art Gallery

Cycle’logical Advantage

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30 x 75cm

Frans Groenewald studied at the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa) where he obtained his BA.FA (Graphic Design) and BA.FA (Photography) with distinction.


Since his entry into the art arena in 2002, his imaginative paintings have enjoyed widespread public interest and support, with national exposure in the printed media and on television.


His work is characterised by unusual word play, fresh colour usage and unique characters such as Basil the chef and his free-range chicken, Benedict. Titles form an integral part of his paintings.


Unlike his images, Frans is actually quite a normal person but a clueless cook... He's married to Grace and they have two wonderful sons, Joshua (11) and Thomas (5). They live in the Western Cape, South Africa.
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