Oenskynlik lyk Preller se "Morning Glory" na 'n tradisionele stillewe. Formeel en ikonografies gesien is daar egter begripsmatige inkonsekwensies in die werk wat slegs struktureel-simbolies verstaan kan word.
Seemingly Preller's Morning Glory appears to be a traditional still-life. However, ordinary formal analysis and iconographic description lead to inconsequences in the representation, which can only be resolved through a structural-symbolic interpretation.
Pretorius, F. (Fransjohan)(Suid Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap & Kuns, 2014-06)
In this study an investigation is undertaken of the contribution made to Afrikaner nationalism by a
history series, the “Ons Geskiedenis-Serie”, published between 1937 and 1948 by Nasionale Pers.
On the one hand the ...
Fisher, Roger C.(South African Society of Cultural History, 1997-11)
Eaton as progenitor of Pretoria Regionalism - a place-specific architecture - spent his formative years within an identifiable context, namely Pretoria, its peoples and its landscape. His relationship with his mentor, ...