Archive for the New Zealand Artists Category
They were sketched amid the hell of Gallipoli, drew the complements of the World War 1 campaign’s foremost generals, and were later shown before the Royal Family.
An exhibition of 19th & 20th Century British, Australian & New Zealand paintings featuring work by
Horace Millichamp Moore-Jones was a painter in oil, watercolour and pastels and is well known for his First World War depictions of Gallipoli.
An exhibition to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli.
Our Gallery Registrar, Grace Alty, attended Captain Gauldie’s artist talk at his Shelley Bay studio in Wellington over the weekend.
A collection of unique rare hand coloured engravings and limited edition lithographs
A painting that symbolises the pain and tragedy of the failed World War I Gallipoli campaign
Gauldie’s works are moving records of modern-day warfare tactics, and depict New Zealand soldiers who face extraordinary circumstances on a daily basis.