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Franschhoek Valley Scene

Franschhoek Valley Scene

Errol Norbury

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Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the Franschhoek Valley through the eyes of the esteemed artist Errol Norbury. This original oil painting, titled "Franschhoek Valley Scene," transports you to a world of serene landscapes and captivating vistas.

Errol's deliberate and highly detailed brushstroke technique brings his artworks to life with unparalleled vividness and clarity. From the deep blue hues of the mountain ranges to the sun-kissed vineyards that come alive with the changing seasons, his dedication to his craft is evident in every stroke. Heritage Cape Dutch homesteads and the grandeur of African sunsets in the bushveld are among the diverse subjects that Errol masterfully captures.

"Franschhoek Valley Scene" is not just a painting—it's an exquisite representation of South African beauty and heritage. Invite this masterpiece into your space and let the mesmerizing scenes of the Franschhoek Valley inspire and captivate you.

About Artist

Born in South Africa in 1949, Errol Norbury displayed artistic talent early in his life. Norbury went on to study commercial art and illustration at the University of the Witwatersrand. 

Since 1972 Errol has concentrated on fine art focusing on oil painting. His choice of subject matter is wide and varied – seascapes, still lives, aircraft, landscapes, wildlife and his beloved bushveld scenes.

In 1981 Errol undertook his first overseas tour to Europe and the U.S.A. He exhibited in El Paso, Texas, in 1981 and 1982 and in Belgium and England. He quickly adapted his palette to those colours predominately in Europe and had complete sell-outs at his exhibitions.

Norbury has exhibited in the USA, Europe, and many South African galleries. His painting of a British Royal Navy ship was presented to Katharine Worsley, Duchess of Kent, in April 1999. The painting is now on permanent display at the UK's National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London.

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This safe and cost-effective packaging is our preferred packaging option. We'll remove the canvas from the stretcher frame and roll it up into this sturdy and protective cardboard tube for shipping. Upon delivery, simply have the canvas re-stretched at your local framer.FLAT-PACKED / BOXED
We package the artwork on its stretcher frame or in a frame. The artwork is securely bubble-wrapped and packed into a sealed cardboard box. This option offers good protection of your artwork while in-transit, without the additional cost associated with custom-crating.


We build a custom-crate specifically to provide the best protection for your artwork. However, it's also the most costly option. We recommend custom-crates for the transportation of fragile artworks such as sculptures, ceramics and very large painting

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In the unlikely event that you are not entirely satisfied with your art purchase, we offer you additional peace of mind with our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee. Our full money back 10 day Return Policy applies for online purchases only. If you feel you need to return your artwork, for whatever reason, you can notify us within 10 (ten) days of your purchase, return the item to us and receive a full refund.

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  • Certified Authentic Art

    Certified Authentic Art

  • 10 Day Return Policy

    10 Day Return Policy

  • Insured Shipments

    Insured Shipments

  • Established in 1987

    Established in 1987

  • World Wide Delivery

    World Wide Delivery

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