An original acrylic painting of the Cape Recife lighthouse situated in the Cape Recife Nature Reserve on the southern coast of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. This dangerous, rocky coastline is commonly called Thunderbolt Reef, after the HMS Thunderbolt war ship sank there in 1847. The area is littered with the wrecks of other unfortunate vessels. The lighthouse was built in 1851 and has been watching over Algoa Bay ever since. It’s unique design features black and white candy stripes.
An original oil painting of Slangkop (Snake Head) Lighthouse on the West Coast of South Africa. This lighthouse is situated near the town of Kemmtjie in Cape Town. Construction was finalised in 1919 but took many years to build, due to the interruption of the First World War.
We love David Henkel’s beautiful lighthouse paintings (please see his portfolio here for more) and are pleased to represent a new subject in this beautiful acrylic painting of a battleship at sunset. Artist: David Henkel Painting: Acrylic Size: 600 x
An original oil painting of the lighthouse at Robben Island. This beautiful Island off the coast of Cape Town is known for the prison where Nelson Mandela spent 27 years incarcerated. It is currently a beautiful heritage site and popular tourist destination.
An original acrylic painting of the Cape Agulhas lighthouse. This lighthouse was built in 1849. The design is based on the Pharos of Alexandria; one of the seven wonders of the world. It is situated within the Agulhas National Park, close to the southern tip of Africa about 2,5hrs drive from Cape Town. Size: 840 x 1220mm
A beautiful oil painting of the Cape Colombine lighthouse. This lighthouse is situated about 5 km from the picturesque fishing village of Paternoster (“Our Father”) on the West Coast of South Africa. It is one of the oldest fishing villages on the West Coast.