Strauss & Co is once again cementing its reputation as South Africa’s leading Fine Art auction house with the announcement of its first themed online sale, Abstract South African Art.
An extraordinary portrait by sought-after painter Alexis Preller depicting Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea, will go on sale at Strauss & Co’s auction on 4 June in Johannesburg.
Two newly rediscovered works – a Sydney Kumalo bronze from the sculptor’s golden period and Alexis Preller’s transformative study of a wounded soldier – are among the stand-out lots on
A portrait of a raffish shepherd by Maggie Laubser, a stylised homage to Hieronymus Bosch by Alexis Preller, two drawings of William Kentridge’s fictional alter ego and a rare night-sky
Strauss & Co posted a record turnover of R215 million in 2016, the highest combined income achieved by the company in a single year since 2009. While the narrative around
The British Museum is currently hosting the first major UK exhibition on South African art titled, South Africa: the art of a nation The exhibition, hosted by the British Museum in
A career-spanning selection of paintings made by Alexis Preller between 1935 and 1975 went under the hammer at the Strauss & Co auction in Johannesburg. “What an array of ways of working!”
The line-up for Aspire Art Auction’s inaugural sale at The Park on 7 in Hyde Park, Johannesburg included an extraordinary selection of art with wide appeal. Works offered by Aspire