Archive for the Paintings Category
Sir William Russell Flint, throughout his long professional life, has made for his own satisfaction many drawings of favourite models, scenes and subjects. Of these, 134 are included in this carefully produced volume.
Suddenly the world is full of flags, music, uniforms, podiums, adulation …
Margaret Lovell’s works engages powerfully with the space and environment it inhabits.
Percy Leason was an Australian political cartoonist and artist who was a major figure in the Australian tonalist movement. As a painter and commercial artist his works span two continents. Margot Tasca tells his story in this thoroughly-researched biography.
Marcus King holds an important place in 20th Century New Zealand art following a distinguished career as an artist and also as one who used his talent to capture and promote the beauty of New Zealand.
New Zealand artist Peter Waddell is right at home in Washington DC where history and architecture come under his intense scrutiny.
More than 120 historical portraits of Māori and Pākehā will be shown at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki in the largest ever exhibition of work by our most prolific professional colonial painter, Gottfried Lindauer.
Jonathan Grant Gallery is delighted to once again be taking part in Artweek Auckland. This year we celebrate The Art of Food with an exhibition that includes paintings by New Zealand greats Marcus King & Francis McCracken.