Archive for the Paintings Category
Auckland’s striking transformation over more than 160 years unfolds in an eye-opening exhibition.
His sketches of soldiers and battlefields came to define New Zealand’s experience of World War II.
The sketches came to light, more than 60 years after they were made, in a chest of drawers in a cottage in Cornwall.
For 100 years they lay, undiscovered, in a French attic. And now the mysterious collection of work from her earliest trip to Europe has made its way home.
Michael Dunn discusses the highly acclaimed exhibition ‘Frances Hodgkins: The Expatriate Years’.
A collection of rare works by New Zealand artist, Sydney Lough Thompson.
A landmark book on New Zealand artists and their work.
A musing about the readjustments necessary for a deeply European person to live happily in New Zealand.