Boyley, Errol (1918 – 2007)
Errol Boyley was a painter of landscapes, still life, seascapes, figures and wildlife, who mainly worked in oil. Mainly
self-taught but during the early 1940’s studied at the Natal Technical College.
In 1940-47 a professional guitar player in night-clubs. During WWII joined the Natal Field Artillery. 1948 lived
in Knysna; 1954 moved to Johannesburg. Established and an Art Gallery in Ramsgate, Natal. 1985-86 lived in
Underberg, Natal; 1987 in Pietermaritzburg. Has lived and worked throughout SA and visited Madagascar in 1973.
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