#704_Williston_Gates copy

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#704 Williston Gates


Small: 125/50cm 431 USD

Medium: 180/67 517 USD

Large: 250/90 970 USD

A typical double gate on a sand road leading to the Williston area. One gate reserved for vehicles and the other a cattle gate, prohibiting cattle from roaming too far.

About Williston

Williston was originally known as Amandelboom (literally “almond tree”) due to the presence of a large almond tree planted in 1768 by Johan Abraham Nel to honour his son’s birth. By the time a station was founded at the site by Rhenish mission under Johann Heinrich Lutz in 1845 the tree had grown into a significant landmark in the dry and largely treeless area. A town grew around the station and it was declared a municipality in 1881. It was renamed in 1919 after Colonel Hampden Willis, Colonial Secretary in 1883.

About Prints on Canvas

Many of Donna’s artworks are offered as fine art digital prints, which have been skilfully photographed and printed on large format inkjet printers. These prints are limited edition and numbered bottom left and signed bottom right. They are printed on the highest quality canvasses. The printing process has employed fade resistant, HP Vivera archival inks, which boast a 100+ year fade-proof promise.

These artist prints are offered in varying sizes. Also the prints on canvas can be provided stretched over a wooden frame or rolled in a core for easy shipping. Lastly, each canvas print is treated with a high quality scratch resistant matt art sealant.