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Hennie
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Hennie Niemann painting of a fisherman

Harvesting Season

R43 500  /  R45 500

50 x 59.5cm

Hennie Niemann painting of a still life with a guitar | Hennie Niemann | Robertson Art Gallery

Still Life with Guitar

R7 200  /  R7 900

21 x 25cm

Hennie Niemann painting of three people busy harvesting | Hennie Niemann | Robertson Art Gallery

Bringing in the Harvest

R33 500  /  R35 800

40.5 x 51cm

Hennie Niemann painting of four harvesters busy in the field | Hennie Niemann | Robertson Art Gallery

Four Harvesters in a Landscape

R33 500  /  R35 800

40.5 x 51cm

Hennie Niemann painting of nude figures in the forest

Figures in the Forest

R19 300  /  R20 500

40 x 48.5cm

Hennie Niemann painting of a man carrying a sheaf

Harvester

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29 x 20.5cm

Hennie Niemann painting of people busy harvesting | Hennie Niemann | Robertson Art Gallery

Fynbos Pickers

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40.4 x 21cm

Hennie Niemann painting of a girl with arum lilies in her hand | Hennie Niemann | Robertson Art Gallery

Girl with Arum Lilies

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36 x 30cm

Hennie Niemann painting of a couple harvesting

Couple Harvesting

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61.5 x 43cm

Hennie Niemann painting of a clown with a red nose | Hennie Niemann | Robertson Art Gallery

Clown

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24.5 x 21cm

Hennie Niemann painting of a couple harvesting | Robertson Art Gallery

Couple Harvesting

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25 x 32.5cm

Hennie Niemann painting of a man with a fish | Robertson Art Gallery

Man met Vis

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29 x 20.5cm

Hennie Niemann painting of two men at the beach

Beach Boys

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50 x 59.5cm

Hennie was born in Bloemfontein in 1941. He attended school and university in the same city, where he qualified as a teacher.


In 1983 he started a career as a professional artist.


His approach is strongly influenced by the character and mood of the subject matter he is portraying. Hennie derives his inspiration from the local environment. He paints farm labourers harvesting wheat or picking fruit, fynbos pickers collecting bouquets of indigenous flowers and fisher folk sorting their catch.


These outdoor scenes are depicted in strong sun colours, giving expression to the African sunlight and the buzz of activity.


He works mainly in oils and sometimes uses pastels over the oils in mixed media on paper. This creates softer, subtler finish when painting interior scenes. Paintings using this technique are some of Hennie's most beautiful work.


Today Hennie numbers among the country’s senior and most revered artists, with a career of virtually five decades, nearly three of them full-time.  His knowledge of South African Art is well regarded.

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