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We thought we would just add this in on the way back from wineries but should have done this in reverse order and spent a whole morning there followed by a picnic in Heysen’s beautiful garden. The artists trail is well worth a walk with...More
The prints sold here in memory of Hans Heysen are affordable and not all his paintings are available. However the range of prints and sizes are extensive for souvenirs of a quality artist and his daughters sketches.
Tip: staffed by volunteers from the trust who...More
To wander around this property, not only learning about this person, but actually experiencing the subject matter and inspiration of this artist, made for an enjoyable afternoon, doing something I didn't think I would like (my wife was the driver of this visit). Well worth...More
We took a bus load of extended family through this remarkable site. The guided tour was very interesting, revealed a lot of history and gave a unique insight into Hans Heysen the artist and his family and what inspired 2 generations of artworks. There was...More
We went on a recommendation from the Caravan Park we were staying at and are absolutely thankful we went. Our tour guide, a wonderfully calm natured lady, sorry I'm unsure of her name, told a moving and inspiring story about an artist we knew nothing...More
Didn't really know too much about Hans Heysen, the opportunity to tour the house attracted our visit. We did the house and studio tour plus a walk around the garden. Our guide was excellent, came away with an appreciation of great Australian art and artist....More
Hans Heysen's reputation as a painter has had its ups and downs; but whatever you think of his work, his home and studio near Hahndorf are well worth a visit. The house, built in the 1870s, was bought by Heysen in 1912 and renovated in...More
It's quite a walk but a short taxi drive.. I'd suggest taking a taxi as it won't be too expensive and shame to miss it. The Handorf tourist office is on the main street too and they should be able to help you with a taxi.