Tinus, the grandson of the original Tinus, and son of Gabriel operates a gallery in Newlands in Gabriel’s former studio. There is a good representative selection of works by both artists, who together represent a uniquely South African heritage of popular landscape painting from 1922 to 2004. In addition, the full selection of the de Jongh art prints by both Tinus and Gabriel are available for sale, both to the trade and direct to the public.
This site and the Gallery in Newlands are managed by the family who welcome members of the public to contact or visit the gallery. Advice on valuations, restoration and cleaning are offered, and in addition we look to acquire original Tinus and Gabriel De Jongh works.
Between 1981 to 1991 the de Jongh family ran a gallery at Lanzerac, in a building adjoining the hotel. This was essentially a memorial to the late Tinus de Jongh and became a major attraction on the Stellenbosch wine route. Here a selection of the work of Tinus de Jongh, from his first oil painting executed at the age of 15, preliminary pencil sketches, monotypes, etchings, and pastels, were exhibited.