Art, New Zealand -- 20th century
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of photographs, printed ephemera, and newspaper articles concerning Bronwynne Cornish's artistic practice and career. It is also includes examples of Bronwynne Cornish's personal and professional correspondence and curriculum vitaes.
The collection contains minutes, reports, notes, and correspondence relating to the establishment of the Elam Fine Arts Print Research Unit, as well as samples of work produced.
This collection consists of a visual record of the shows held at the George Fraser Gallery from the late 1980s through to the early 2000s. It also contains files of artists' work; not all artists represented went on to exhibit at the Gallery, but the files were retained as part of the gallery records.
In addition to the images, the collection includes some examples of exhibition applications and published ephemera used to promote and supplement the shows.
This collection represents the research material amassed by Leo King relating to Minnie Francis White (1891-1984), Robert Field Procter (1879-1984) and Betty Beadle (1924-2002).
Material includes reproductions of paintings and drawings, with information about the collections where the artworks are housed; correspondence between King and various art and cultural institutions; historical documentation, genealogical tables and press clippings.
The Paul Beadle papers contain diaries, notes, sketchbooks, photographs, and working drawings produced throughout Paul’s life. Also represented are his personal teaching papers and technical notes made during his time at Elam School of Fine Art.
A selection of fine printing from Robin Lush's personal collection of work produced on the Elam letter-presses.
All items were originally provided for a reunion display to mark the 125th anniversary of Elam School of Fine Art organised by alumni from the 1960s and 1970s.