Archive for the New Zealand Artists Category
Frances Hodgkins (1869 – 1947) is regarded as one of New Zealand’s most renowned artist.
Keith Money has painted a diverse range of subjects, and for a decade, his equestrian landscapes were sold at ‘top of the range’ prices.
Peter Waddell’s paintings both entertain and educate. They allow a window to history.
Rejecting studio practice, Sydney Lough Thompson, painted out of doors, concentrating on…
Garth Tapper is most known for his figurative works of New Zealanders at work and play.
Richardson’s fascination with textural and intricate detail and the mundane everyday object are the fundamental characteristics of his work. When looking at the stylistic genre Richardson employs, one is likely to put him within the same category as artists like the Spanish realist painter, Antonio Lopez-Garcia, and his friend and mentor Grahame Sydney.
Auckland based sculptor, Natalie Stamilla, is best known for her figurative works and public commissions.
Norman Scott’s paintings could be considered ‘Regionalist’, especially his later works, which were…