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Hugo Naude

Pieter (Peter) Hugo Naude (1869 - 1941) was a South African artist whose studies Schreiner helped to fund. Schreiner arranged for Naude to meet Havelock Ellis who suggested he enroll at the Slade School of Fine Art in London, which he did in 1889. Schreiner used considerable sums of her own money and also raised money amongst some of her friends, including Mary Sauer, to help pay for Naude’s studies. In 1914 he married Julie Brown, daughter of John and Mary Brown. He later became very well known as an artist.

For further information see:
http://www.the-art-world.com/history/mh_naude.htm [accessed November 2011]
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