Irma Stern

 
Expert finds SA painting valued at £1m in London kitchen
Expert finds SA painting valued at £1m in London kitchen
Hannah O’Leary, a specialist in South African art at Bonhams auction house, recognised ...
Oh, so Irma! Exhibition brings Stern's eccentricities to life
Oh, so Irma! Exhibition brings Stern's eccentricities to life
The house at number 21 Cecil Road in Rosebank, Cape Town, a museum and cornucopia of the late Irma Stern's (now extremely...
Stolen Pretoria Art Museum artworks found
Stolen Pretoria Art Museum artworks found
Brigadier Marinda Mills said the paintings were discovered by a member of the dog unit around 1.30am.
DA: Tshwane metro was warned about poor security at Pretoria Art Museum
DA: Tshwane metro was warned about poor security at Pretoria Art Museum
Reacting to Sunday's brazen robbery, in which five paintings estimated at around R15-million were stolen, DA spokesman Johan Welmans on Monday...
Stern, Sekoto among stolen paintings
Stern, Sekoto among stolen paintings
A sixth painting, Irma Stern's "Two Malay Musicians", valued at R12-million, was dumped on the pavement outside the museum after the...
Currency of culture
Currency of culture
The South African Heritage Resources Agency has agreed to grant a temporary permit, for 20 years, to allow Irma Stern's Arab Priest to be...
'Arab Priest' may come and go from SA
'Arab Priest' may come and go from SA
South African artist Irma Stern's major work, Arab Priest, could end up shuttling backwards and forwards between South Africa and Qatar...
Irma Stern export ban challenged
Irma Stern export ban challenged
This week the eyes of the art world will be on the headquarters of the South African Heritage Resources Agency (Sahra) when a decision is made...
Spike in art theft creates ugly picture
Spike in art theft creates ugly picture
The recent theft of four works on paper by William Kentridge from the David Krut Gallery has shaken the South African art world, proving once again...
South African women bring in the big bucks
South African women bring in the big bucks
It was the year South African female artists soared to bold new heights in terms of value and esteem.
Jo'burg Art Fair stirs up debate
Jo'burg Art Fair stirs up debate
The first fair in Africa to focus on selling contemporary African art offers plenty of work reflecting the continent's war, disease and poverty:...

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