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LEEU ART

LEEU ART

“Art is not only a pillar of the Leeu Collection, it is a passion and as important as food, wine, or sense of place. It enhances the aesthetic component that guests expect when booking into a five-star destination property.” – Analjit Singh, founder of the Leeu Collection

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    REFLECTIVE RESONANCE

    Angus Taylor

    Pivotal to the founder’s vision for the Bokkie Garden, this powerful landmark gazes out over the Franschhoek valley.

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    ARTEMIS AND DOGS I–III

    Deborah Bell

    Artemis, the Greek goddess of hunting, and her three dogs positioned on the manicured lawn are the focal point of the garden in front of the Manor House

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    THINKING HARE

    Guy du Toit

    This sculpture is placed in the centre of the Four Quarters Vineyards where four walkways cross and four bright red benches invite guests to take some time for quiet contemplation.

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    HOMECOMING

    Otto du Plessis

    Diana, the goddess of the forest and animals, walking with a small herd of springbuck in the Bokkie Garden, pays tribute to the wild animals that once freely roamed these mountain slopes.

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    IN THE MIDDLE OF IT

    Angus Taylor

    Placed on the edge of the pool overlooking the Cellar Quarter, this sculpture anchors the south-eastern part of property.

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