Browsing by Title

Browsing by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Gilham Studio (2006-04-07)
    Photograph of G.A.H. Bedford by The Gilbam Studios, Pretoria. He was appointed as entomologist in 1912 at the Onderstepoort Veterinary Institute. He published various articles on the subject of parasitology
  • (2006-04-07)
    Wedding photo of Bedford couple taken in 1917 with several of his colleagues at the Onderstepoort Veterinary Institute
  • Reyburn, Duncan; Kirstein, Marno (University of Pretoria, Department of Visual Arts, 2015)
    This article explores the way that design ought to be narrated and legitimated within the context of the South African design industry. Special attention is given to the presence of disavowal in the design process, when ...
  • Buitendag, Johan (AOSIS Open Journals, 2013-07-22)
    This article takes as its point of departure two citations. The one is from Marshall and Zohar’s contention that the wave-particle dualism is more than a metaphor and the other is from Clayton claiming that indeterminacy ...
  • Du Plessis, J. (Johannes), 1868-1935 (Hollandsch Afrikaans Uitgevers-Maatschappij, 1911)
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-09-25)
    Drawing by Sir Herbert Baker of a necked gable of a Cape Dutch style building at Schoonegezicht [Schoongezicht], erected in 1814. It includes a door and windows. This could be the homestead built by J. C. Adamson at Ida's ...
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-09-26)
    Drawing by Sir Herbert Baker of the gable of the Cape Dutch style Delta building in Drakenstein. It resembles a Baroque gable and is topped by a pediment.
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-10-06)
    Drawing made by Sir Herbert Baker in November 1893 of the gable of a Cape Dutch building in Stellenbosch. The Baroque gable has florid scrolls.
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-10-06)
    Two drawings by Sir Herbert Baker of a gabled Cape Dutch building at the bottom of Kerk Street in Stellenbosch. It was demolished in 1899. The Baroque-style main gable is topped by a pediment.
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-10-01)
    Drawing by Sir Herbert Baker of the gable of a Cape Dutch house on Kerk Street in Stellenbosch. Dated 1815, it resembles a pointed apex gable.
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-09-25)
    Drawing by Sir Herbert Baker of a beautiful Cape Dutch gable of an unknown building at an unknown location. The convex-concave Baroque style gable appears to be embellished with a cartouche and flowers in plaster relief.
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-09-26)
    Drawing by Sir Herbert Baker of a gable on a Cape Dutch building in Prince Albert. The gable has Baroque scrolls and a pointed apex.
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-09-29)
    Drawing by Sir Herbert Baker of a gable of a Cape Dutch building in Stellenbosch, dated 1797 and subsequently demolished. The gable resembles a necked gable with a pediment.
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-10-06)
    Drawing by Sir Herbert Baker of a gable belonging to a Cape Dutch building in Stellenbosch, erected in 1814. It is in neoclassical style, but has Baroque wings.
  • Pearse, Geoffrey Eastcott (1885-1968); Fassler, John, 1910-1971 (2009-03-31)
    Elevation of a gable on a Cape Dutch outbuilding at the Spier homestead on the Eerste River near Stellenbosch. Also, section of its thatched roof, showing structural beams. Drawn by John Fassler for prof. Geoffrey Pearse's ...
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-09-29)
    Drawing by Sir Herbert Baker of a gabled Cape Dutch building in Stellenbosch, subsequently demolished. One gable is convex-concave; the other is necked with scrolls. The architect and date are unknown.
  • Pearse, Geoffrey Eastcott (1885-1968); Fassler, John, 1910-1971; McIntosh, William Gordon (1904-1983) (2009-03-27)
    Elevations of two Cape Dutch Baroque gables, one at Nooitgedacht near Stellenbosch and the other on the stables at Vredenhof in Paarl. Measured by Gordon McIntosh and redrawn by John Fassler for prof. Geoffrey Pearse's ...
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-10-06)
    Drawing by Sir Herbert Baker of the gables of a Cape Dutch building in Stellenbosch. The gables display convex-concave elements, and one is topped by a pediment.
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-10-01)
    Drawings by Sir Herbert Baker of various gables at Welmoed, which belonged to the Vanderbyl family. Two of the Cape Dutch gables combine the neoclassical and Baroque styles; the other is in the florid Baroque style.
  • Wolff, Ernst (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2000)
    Having described Marcel's biography and the character of his thought, Part 2 of this essay continues by expounding the main themes of his philosophy. Firstly the nature and limits of human thought in relation to existence ...