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South African, 19th–20th century, male.

Born 26 December 1862, in Driebergen, Holland; died 30 July 1945, in Pretoria.

Sculptor (bronze, marble, and wood), painter.

Anton van Wouw established the Western realist sculptural tradition in South Africa. He received initial training from Joseph Graven and worked for a firm of decorative plasterers in Rotterdam. In the evenings he studied at the Rotterdam Academy of Art. He settled in Pretoria on ...