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Cecil Skotnes

(1926 -  2009 ) Wikipedia® : Cecil Skotnes
SKOTNES Cecil In Memoriam Charles Eglington

Strauss Co.
Nov 14, 2017
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Cecil Skotnes - The Stone Garden: Adam And Eve's Emigration From The Garden - No. 2

Cecil Skotnes - The Stone Garden: Adam And Eve's Emigration From The Garden - No. 2

Original 1987
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Lot number: 89
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Description: Cecil Skotnes South African 1926-2009 The Stone Garden: Adam and Eve's Emigration from the Garden - No. 2 signed and dated 1987; inscribed with the artist's name, the date, the medium and the title on a Goodman Gallery label adhered to the reverse pencil and watercolour on paper 43 by 63cm
Cecil Skotnes - The Assassination Of Shaka

Cecil Skotnes - The Assassination Of Shaka

Original 1974
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Lot number: 77
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Description: Skotnes, Cecil, and Gray, Stephen The Assassination of Shaka Johannesburg: Mc Graw-Hill, 1974, signed by the artist and the author, limited editionnumber 64 of 250, illustrations including one original woodcut signed by the artist in pencil in the margin, cloth, in original cloth slipcase
Cecil Skotnes - King And Two Councillors

Cecil Skotnes - King And Two Councillors

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Lot number: 10
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Cecil Skotnes SOUTH AFRICAN KING AND TWO COUNCILLORS 1926-2009 signed (lower right) carved, incised and painted wood panel 182.5 by 150.5cm., 72 by 59¼in. Provenance Grosvenor Gallery, London, 1965 Arts & Antiques Group, Amsterdam, The Peter Stuyvesant Collection, 2 July 2012, lot 9 Purchasedat above sale by the present owner Literature Frieda Harmsen, Cecil Skotnes, South African National Gallery, Cape Town,1996, illustratedp. 22
Cecil Skotnes - In Memoriam Charles Eglington

Cecil Skotnes - In Memoriam Charles Eglington

Original 1975
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Lot number: 157
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Description: Cecil Skotnes In Memoriam Charles Eglington A portfolio of ten original woodcuts by Cecil Skotnes and ten poems by Charles Eglington, 1975, edition limited to 75 copies and 15 artist's proofs, this set numbered 68/75, each woodcut signed, dated 75 and numbered by the artist, the title page is signed and numbered by the artist, in original linen portfolio colour woodcuts image size: 50 by 37cm, each; portfolio size: 64,5 by 51,5cm
Cecil Skotnes -  Ravine Wall In Artist's Metal-plated Frame.

Cecil Skotnes - Ravine Wall In Artist's Metal-plated Frame.

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Lot number: 25
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Cecil Edwin Frans Skotnes (South African, 1926-2009) Ravine Wall signed and dated 'C.SKOTNES/ 97' (lower left); inscribed 'Ravine Wall' (verso) oil on panel 130 x 125cm (51 3/16 x 49 3/16in). in artist's metal-plated frame. Footnotes Provenance The Atlantic Art Gallery, Cape Town. A private collection. "My entire art grew out of the landscape. I tried to create a unique South African formal language by analyzing the landscape - inspired by the forms which the indigenous art had already identified, and also against the background of Pierneef." (Cecil Skotnes) Ravine Wall, with its rich, earthy colours, was inspired by the rocky shelters of the Brandberg mountain. The ravine is home to more than 45,000 rock paintings. The stylised human figures that can be discerned in Skotnes' work are a homage to these ancient paintings and their creators, who resided there before the invasion of European colonialists. The sinuous abstract forms inspired by the ravine's rocky contours are intended to evoke a state a mind, the 'essence' rather than the specifics of the region.
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