(1896 - 1930)
Clement Seneque was active/lived in South Africa. Clement Seneque is known for painting.
Biography Clement Seneque
Trained in Paris at the École des Beaux Arts in architecture and town
planning, Sénèque enjoyed recognition in his time as an architect and
self-taught painter with a precise eye for architectural structure and
details. He admired the work of Frank Brangwyn and locally that of Gwelo
Goodman and Pierneef. His verdant landscapes of Kwa-Zulu-Natal, light
drenched architectural studies and harbour scenes were most popular in
South Africa, eventually earning him the distinction of having his work
acquired by all the major local public art collections and the post of
chairman of the Natal Society of Arts Sketch Club in 1926. His
production was exceptionally brief in South Africa - only five years
from 1925-1930 - before he die
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