Archive for the New Zealand Artists Category
Iconic New Zealand artist, Piera McArthur, is known for her use of vibrant colour, humour, wit and satire in her larger than life works.
Expatriate New Zealand artist, Douglas MacDiarmid, who lives in Paris, has been vitally involved with key movements in twentieth-century art.
Peter Siddell is New Zealand’s master technician of the New Realism movement and his works that are uniquely New Zealand in style and context are held in esteem on a worldwide marketplace.
Paul Hanrahan’s keen observation of everyday life allows him to paint his animated subjects with confident impressionistic brushstrokes, full of flair.
Peter McIntyre is one of New Zealand’s most famous artists due to his paintings of New Zealand cities and landscape which continue to make him one of the most recognisable and respected New Zealand artists of the twentieth century.
Frances Mary Hodgkins (1869 – 1947) is regarded as one of New Zealand’s most renowned artists. Her works capture the spirit of an era greatly influenced by Impressionism and the beginnings of en plein air painting, Post-Impressionism, Fauvism and two World Wars.
Ray Ching is considered one of the foremost contemporary wildlife painters of the 20th century.
Jonathan Gooderham set a record when he won the auction of Forty Winks.