Archive for the Paintings Category
Our Gallery Registrar, Grace Alty, attended Captain Gauldie’s artist talk at his Shelley Bay studio in Wellington over the weekend.
A painting that symbolises the pain and tragedy of the failed World War I Gallipoli campaign
Johnson became well known for his Australian impressionist-style landscapes and Sydney harbor scenes.
Linder was known for his watercolours of the French style ‘à la mode’ – the portraiture of fashionable Parisian society ladies of the turn of the century.
Einbeck was a German oil painter who was renowned for his figure paintings, which were often of mythological and theosophical subjects
Rowland Hill is a well known Irish artist, best known for his iconic watercolour landscapes.
Louis Ritman’s predilection to draw with the brush and to capture form in natural light remained constant throughout his career.
A collection of 19th century Historical Landscapes featuring works by John Barr Clarke Hoyte.