ranui by Gordon Walters (1956)

Gordon Walters: Koru - Ngā Toi Arts Te Papa - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Gordon Walters Maheno, 1981.   Gordon Walters’ reputation as one of New Zealand’s most significant painters is based on a consistent and prolific output over more than three decades. His highly considered paintings are characterised by geometric forms and abstract designs, often derived from Maori art, such as the 'koru' motif used here.

In this computer age this artwork is all the more amazing. And the composition timeless. - Gordon WALTERS - 1981 GORDON WALTERS Maheno 1981 Collection: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased 1982

Karakia - Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Gordon Walters: Karakia 1977 - Koru - Ngā Toi Arts Te Papa - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Gordon Walters, Kura, 1982.  Silkscreen print.

Gordon Walters, Half-size colour study for Kura, acrylic on paper on card

New Zealand Aotearoa (Gordon Walters Inspired) by Cameron Gibb, tagged with: black, red, white, koru.

New Zealand Aotearoa (Gordon Walters Inspired) by Cameron Gibb, tagged with: Black, Red, White, Koru.

'Tamaki II',by Gordon Walters, 1984. Source: National Gallery of Victoria Via: @ngv_melbourne

'Tamaki II' - Gordon Walters National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Gordon Walters Painting No. 1 - Auckland Art Gallery

All Previous Thoughts: Gordon walters - Painting 1965 (Auckland Art Gallery)

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