Landscape Paintings South Africa
Landscape art very rarely includes human figures, and usually depicts vast scenery including mountains, hills, trees, hills and flowers. Key elements of landscape art include perspective, use of colour, tone, and mood that also come from depicting the weather and lighting of the scene. From arid Karoo plains and dry river beds, lush forest and sweeping mountain ranges, to picturesque Winelands and agricultural landscapes, South Africa’s landscape paintings are vast and diverse, as is her natural landscape.
Fine Art Portfolio hosts a wealth of South African landscape artists’ profiles such Mauro Chiarla, Errol Norbury, Louis Audie, Willie Strydom, Gerrit Roon and Wessel Marais, amongst others.
South African Landscape Artists
South Africa's diverse and ever changing light, weather and panoramic vistas provide all the inspiration necessary for accomplished South African landscape artists intent on capturing the natural splendour of the land. Read more
Paintings of Landscapes
Bright, beautiful and relaxing on the eye, landscape paintings are not only aesthetically pleasing decorative items designed to complement and enhance any living space. They are invaluable records of twentieth century South Africa that will one day speak of the wide open spaces, intrinsic beauty and architecture of a diverse selection of rural, urban and residential areas that are liable to change. Read more