Ursula Bergmann - Maag

Titel: Blossom Tree
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: 26 x 37 cm
signed ´76

Titel: Summertime /
Khomas Hochland
Medium: Watercolour
Size: 20 x 29 cm
signed ´79

Titel: Winter Morning
Medium: Watercolour
Size: 28 x 38 cm
signed 1978

About the Artist

Ursula Bergmann Maag

1920 – Windhoek
2001 – Okahandja

Worked in oil, watercolor, pencil, charcoal, bronze, clay and ciment fundu.; subject matter:
landscapes, portraits, human and animal figures, still life’s


Private tuition with Adolph Jentsch on her parent’s farm in the Okahandja region.
1946 – 1949 Studied at the Michaelis School of Art Life – Drawing and sculpture under Professor
Edward Roworth and Ivan Mitford – Barberton
Lived in Cape Town from 1946 and gave sculpture lessons from 1951 – 1958.
Became a member of the Art Association SWA / Namibia in 1967
Returned to Namibia 1974
The private tuition of Adolph Jentsch had a strong influence on Ursula Bergmann, but she developed
nevertheless her own style in her landscapes. Her style can be described as naturalistic with a touch
of romance.


Has participated in several group exhibitions in Cape Town and SWA / Namibia from 1946, solo

1977 Art Association Windhoek
1980 Kunstkabinett, Windhoek
1984 State Museum, Windhoek
Kunstkabinett, Windhoek


South Africa – Willem Annandale Art Gallery, Lichtenburg