Andrew Cooper

Contemporary South African artist Andrew Cooper was born in Cape Town, South Africa in November, 1967. A gifted, self taught fine artist, who started painting professionally in 1987, he prefers to work on large scale landscapes and seascapes allowing the viewer to experience the grandeur and depth of the scene. Living in a region rich in breathtaking scenery, Andrew has created a magnificent body of work that has been exhibited throughout South Africa and the 2004 International Art Expo in New York City marked Andrew’s premiere major American exhibition. Andrew’s paintings have also been exhibited in the United Kingdom, most recently in June 2008, at the Smithfield Gallery in London.
Description: Diving for conservation 1
Price: R140,000
Dimensions: 160 x 120cm
Description: Andrew Cooper Top of Ou Kaapse to Constantia
Price: R95,000
Dimensions: 108 x 68cm framed
Description: Rawsonville
Price: R169,000
Dimensions: 120 x 140cm
Description: Kirstenbosch green
Price: SOLD
Description: Scarborough
Price: SOLD
Description: Led astray by the fog
Price: SOLD
Description: Mountain whispers
Price: SOLD
Description: Between the mountain it echos (Hex River Valley)
Price: SOLD
Description: Somewhere between the purple (Greyton)
Price: SOLD
Description: Cape Point (Cape of Storms)
Price: SOLD
Description: Boomslang Canopy Walk (Kirstenbosch Gardens)
Price: SOLD
Description: The view to Hout Bay
Price: SOLD
Description: Ever lasting (tree of life)
Price: SOLD
Description: The Concord
Price: SOLD
Description: Hear the echo (Hex River Valley)
Price: SOLD
Description: Newlands Forest
Price: SOLD
Description: Looking to the mountains (Rawsonville, Du Toit's Kloof)
Price: SOLD
Description: A break in the weather, Arniston
Price: SOLD