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Jeff Huntly - Mt Alice, Spioenkop Landscape | Contemporary Art
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Jeff Huntly - "Mt Alice, Spioenkop Landscape"

"Mt Alice, Spioenkop Landscape"

Mt Alice, Spioenkop Landscape
Acrylic, US$ 1,307

Mt Alice, Spioenkop Landscape

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Details

Acrylic

W: 710mm x H: 460mm
W: 28" x H: 18"

Approx. Weight: 2kg

This work is unframed

Price

US$ 1,307

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About "Mt Alice, Spioenkop Landscape"

Painted on site at the top of Mt Alice in the Spioenkop area of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa looking toward the Drakensberg. Mt Alice was Buller’s headquarters during the attack on Spioenkop in the Anglo Boer war. The scene is painted in winter and the Aloes and Erytherina trees are in full bloom – their red flowers complimenting the golden grass.

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About Jeff

Jeff Huntly was a professional artist and author. His latest book entitled Veld Sketchbook published by Sunbird Publishers, is available from Philippa Huntly and from bookshops.
Jeff's detailed paintings of birds, wildlife and landscape reflect an extensive knowledge and love of the bushveld & nature. His interest in historical subject matter, particularly the era of the early pioneers has resulted in a number of paintings of transport riders, their wagons and trek oxen.
Awards
March 2002 Appointed as an Honorary Associate of The Natal Museum
2001: Rotary Vocational Award for raising public awareness of Wildlife and Conservation through the Press.

Price Range

US$ 63-2,178

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Exhibitions

Since early 1960's numerous one-man shows and joint exhibitions in South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Education

Self taught

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