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Johannesburg Art Gallery



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The gallery is the biggest gallery in the sub-continent, with a collection larger than that of the South African National Art Gallery in Cape Town. Some of the pre-eminent artists in the collection are Pablo Picasso, Camille Pissarro, Claude Monet and Edgar Degas. The comprehensive South African collection includes works by Gerald Sekoto, Alexis Preller, Maud Sumner, Sydney Khumalo and Ezrom Legae.

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Latitude -26.1970° S 26.1970° S 26° 11' 49.2" -26° 11.82'
Longitude 28.0471° E 28.0471° E 28° 2' 49.56" 28° 2.826'
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Johannesburg
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
011 725 3130
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 725 3130

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