Rupert Museum, located in the historical town of Stellenbosch, is an art museum which showcases the unique private art collection of Huberte and Anton Rupert. Opened in February 2005, the Rupert Museum now houses over 350 works, showcasing an extensive collection of contemporary South African art from the 1940s to the 1970s, including works by the likes of Maggie Laubser, Irma Stern, Alexis Preller, Walter Battiss, Elza Dziomba, Jean Welz, JH Pierneef, Lippy Lipshitz, Moses Kotler, Anton van Wouw and Coert Steynberg. There are also major European works on display by sculptors such as Auguste Rodin and Käthe Kollwitz, as well as French tapestries by Jean Lurçat.
Venue: Stellentia Av, Stellenbosch Central
Opening times: Mon – Sat 10am to 4pm
Cost: Adults R20 | Scholars, students & pensioners R10