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Paul Roumanoff (194*-) is an artist, illustrator set- and costume designer, lecturer


Went to Northcliff High School (1952 to 1958), then completed a BA Fine Arts Hon. (WITS, 1968) and an MA Dramatic Art (WITS, 1985).

Lives in Noupoort, Northern Cape, South Africa

His career encompassed a lecturer in the Drama Department- Scenographic Design (1961 to 1991, University of the Witwatersrand)School Headmaster, Noupoort Christian Care Centre.

Has been active as freelance artist since 1970s. Exhibitions include:

1999:Group Exhibition – Knysna Art Gallery,

1998:Group Exhibition – Reid Gallery, Knysna,

1996:Group Exhibition – Knysna Art Gallery,

1982:Group Exhibition – Gallery 21, Johannesburg,

1973:One man Exhibition – Gallery 101, Johannesburg,

1971:One man Show – Gallery 101, Johannesburg

1975:Mural – Crucifixion – Sevenoaks, Kent, England, 1974:Two painting in Pierre Cardin Collection, Paris, France,

His illustrations include Macbeth (1979, Haum Publishers) and Maseru (1978, Haum Publishers).

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

He did the designs for inter alia The Gypsy Baron (1989)

Film work includes The Gods must be Crazy II,





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