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Art by Laurens Barnard - Laubar

The paintings of Laurens Barnard take you on an epic journey to the romantic splendour of the Cape. The Cape of Good Hope. Join him as he walks down Church Street in the quaint town of Stellenbosch. Follow him as he unlocks his studio and get a first hand look at his personal gallery where he started painting. 

Gallant old Cape Dutch cottages ward off the scorching African sun with their sturdy wooden shutters, but in the street a colourful servant girl beckons a subtle invitation. Follow the sway of her skirt and find yourself become a part of the jovial festivities under ancient vines. In the shade of Simon van der Stel's Oak trees the sweet odours of wine and soil mingle in a heady mixture of old world charm. 

His vibrant paintings capture the charm of centuries past, yet still transform every day scenes into a mystical composition of detailed reality and enticing nostalgia. 

A flash of lace- a silken cravat- a moment of surprising absurdity   -  A symphony of colour, joy and activity. 

The artist has the knack of involving the senses- thrusting you into the throng of party goers- coaxing you to tap a foot in time with the music ....inviting you to join the splendour of the moment.... 


The title is Die Heilige vom Innern Licht [“The Saint of Inner Light”], 1921, and the details are as follows: 

 Work Information: Catalogue Raisonné #2713, pg. 323-324 Die Heilige vom Innern Licht [“The Saint of Inner Light”] 1921,122

Reference Information: Paul Klee Catalogue Raisonné Volume III, 1919-1922 Edited by the Paul Klee Foundation, Museum of Fine Arts, Berne

Publisher, Thames and Hudson, London 1999


Laurens Barnard (LAUBAR) in Hermanus