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Abraham de Smidt, 1829-1908, artist and Surveyor-General of the Cape Colony

by Marjorie Bull

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Published by M. Bull in Cape Town .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa
    • Subjects:
    • De Smidt, Abraham, 1829-1908.,
    • Landscape painters -- South Africa -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMarjorie Bull.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsND2088.6.S63 D4232 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination164 p. :
      Number of Pages164
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3867505M
      ISBN 100620049170
      LC Control Number81189591
      OCLC/WorldCa9684193

      He had a passion for the small towns of the Cape and throughout South Africa, and made a unique collection of books celebrating the Churches of these towns. As he would have wished, he died of a heart attack while climbing, another of his loves, on Table Mountain in For some time he was a member of the Land Board. In December he was promoted to assistant surveyor-general, working under Abraham de Smidt* to and then under Leopold Marquard* for another three years. In July he succeeded Marquard as surveyor-general of the Cape Colony and retained the post until his retirement in

        Strauss & Co is South Africa's foremost fine art auction house, we are the global leaders in South African Art. Abraham de Smidt (AdS) was one time owner of Groote Schuur, an artist of note and later Surveyor-General of the Cape Colony. One daughter married the prominent attorney J H Redelinghuys who, in took over AdS’s home, “Sea Point House” renaming it “Weltevreden”. AdS produced 3 daughters, Dora, Susanna and Johanna.

      Abraham de Smidt Abraham de Smidt in Netherlands, Civil Deaths, Abraham de Smidt was born circa , at birth place, to Jan de Smidt and Rachel Adriaansen. Abraham married Maria Cornelis. Questions and answers from the Impossible Book Quiz held at the Centre for the Book, Cape Town, on the World Day of the Book, 23 April Moslund (S.) MAKING USE OF HISTORY IN NEW SOUTH AFRICAN FICTION, an analysis of the purposes of historical perspectives in three post-apartheid novels, pp., paperback, Copenhagen, R


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Abraham de Smidt,artist and Surveyor-General of the Cape Colony. Cape Town: M. Bull, (OCoLC) Named Person: Abraham De Smidt; Abraham de Smidt; Abraham De Smidt: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marjorie Bull.

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24 x 30cm in oil paint on paper (card) with a laid down matt board mount. Born: 30 MayCape Town, South Africa. Died: 31 JanuaryBrighton, England. Active in: SA. Abraham de Smidt, surveyor and landscape artist, was the son of Willem Anne Janssens de Smidt, chief clerk in the surveyor-general's office, Cape of Good Hope, and his wife Susanna Margaretha Redelinghuys.

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Abraham de Smidt, ; artist and Surveyor-General of the Cape Town: M. Bull, Cape of Good Hope. Report of the acting Surveyor-General for Cape of Good Hope. Report of the commissioners appointed for the purpose of determining the unit of land measure within the Colony.

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Printed by Printpak. ABRAHAM DE SMIDT, artist and Surveyor-General of the Cape Colony. Cape Town: Privately published, p.: ill. (some col.), ports. (1 as frontis.). Paper covered boards, d.w. Some spotting to preliminary pages. Signed & dated inscription from Bull on front free endpaper. R De Smidt (), for a time the owner of.

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A Study of Some Aspects of the Life and Work of Abraham de Smidt, Surveyor-General of the Cape Colony, Masters thesis, University of Cape Town. Bundy, C. (), Short-Changed: South Africa Since Apartheid, Auckland Park: Jacana.PRESENT: Mr. HoFMEYR (Chairman), Mr.

De Korte, Mr. Quin, Mr. Burger, Mr. Brown. Mr. Abraham de Smidt, Surveyor-General, examined, Committee in deliberation. To the President and Members of the Legislative Council of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope.

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