Nicholas Maritz

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Nicholas Maritz

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[19-?] - present


[Source - Nessa Leibhammer for FHYA , 2016, using JAG materials: Nicholas Maritz was a lecturer in the Departments of Mathematical Statistics, Business Economics and the School of Business Leadership at UNISA. He purchased artworks from auction houses, dealers and private collectors in South Africa, the United Kingdom, France and the United States of America. He has been a serious collector of pre 1994 South African art for many years, assembling three substantial, representative but interrelated, collections: the art of white South African artists with some emphasis on Alexis Preller; the art of Black South African Artists; the ‘traditional’ art of the South Nguni, North Nguni, South-, West- and North- Sotho, Tsonga and Venda peoples of South Africa (information provided by Karel Nel, 12 October 2014).]


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