Head Of A Māori Boy, 1951, New Zealand, by artist Rita Angus.

Head Of A Māori Boy, New Zealand, by artist Rita Angus.

Rita Angus WATERCOLOR

Rita Angus was a keen gardener. She grew irises at her Clifton home and painted them many times. To create this watercolour, she carefully observed them from bud to bloom, paying attention to the texture of the petals as they caught the light.

Early years 1929-39 - Rita Angus: Life and Vision - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Early years - Rita Angus: Life and Vision - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Rita Angus, Tinakori Hill

Rita Angus, Tinakori Hill

Sunset, London, 1958, Rita Angus

Sunset in London by Rita Angus 1958

Rita Angus, Ascot Street Tborndon, Looking Towards Tinakori Road

Rita Angus, Ascot Street Tborndon, Looking Towards Tinakori Road

Thunderstruck (Rita Angus (New Zealand, 1908-1970), Scrub...)

Rita Angus (New Zealand, Scrub Burning, Northern Hawke’s Bay, Oil on board, x in.

Tombstones from the Bolton Street cemetery, 1969, Rita Angus

Tombstones from the Bolton Street cemetery, Rita Angus

Theo Schoon, circa 1941-43, Rita Angus

"Theo Schoon" by Rita Angus (New Zealand 1908 -

תוצאת תמונה עבור ‪rita angus self portrait‬‏

Rita Angus, New Zealander, self portrait

Rita Angus, Floral Still Life

Rita Angus, Floral Still Life

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