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Nine Philip Badenhorst Artworks Stolen

Posted on May 5, 2014.

A total of nine oil paintings have been stolen by artist Philip Badenhorst from his home in Pretoria on the dawn of his latest solo exhibition. Badenhorst was loading the works to transport them to the Tina Skukan gallery in Faerie Glen who is hosting the solo exhibition, I am Me, Nothing Elsewhen they went missing. The works, to the estimate value of R120 000, are all 900 x 900mm in size.

Below are the missing artworks:

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Philip Badenhorst
Hier waar ek nou is, is ek gelukkig
Oil on Canvas (900 x 900mm)

Philip Badenhorst
Matisse
Oil on Canvas (900 x 900mm)

Philip Badenhorst
Surrounded by Saints
Oil on Canvas (900 x 900mm)

Philip Badenhorst
New Years Painting
Oil on Canvas (900 x 900mm)

Philip Badenhorst
Summer inspiration by Irma Stern
Oil on Canvas (900 x 900mm)

Philip Badenhorst
Wit Blomme Stillewe
Oil on Canvas (900 x 900mm)

Philip Badenhorst
Geel Suurlemoen vir de Chirico (Madiba died)
Oil on Canvas (900 x 900mm)

Philip Badenhorst
I forget as I remember
Oil on Canvas (900 x 900mm)

Philip Badenhorst
Wit blomme en Trosvye
Oil on Canvas (900 x 900mm)

If anyone has any information that may aid in tracking down these paintings please contact Philip Badenhorst at: badenhorstphilip@gmail.com or on 072 434 3118.


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