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Colin McCahon, I think if we all kept quiet for a while, paper (conte crayon and wash) 1554 x 553 mm (I'd like to keep quiet on the inside. How To Cut Kiwi, Text Symbols, New Zealand Art, Water Drawing, Nz Art, Dear Self, Teaching The Alphabet, Maori Art, Naive Art

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Colin McCahon, I think if we all kept quiet for a while, 1969, paper (conte crayon and wash) 1554 x 553 mm

A landscape - Fragments of a cross, 1959 Colin McCahon Art Pictures, Museums, Art History, New Zealand, Feels, Around The Worlds, Graphic Design, Artists, Landscape

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A landscape - Fragments of a cross, 1959 Colin McCahon

Colin McCahon Let us possess one world, May – July 1955 enamel and oil on board, x The John Weeks Trust, University of Auckland Art Collection Example Of News, New Zealand Art, First World, Art Inspo, Let It Be, My Love, Painting, Inspiration, Artists

Colin McCahon Online Catalogue

Colin McCahon Let us possess one world, May – July 1955 enamel and oil on board, 76.1 x 55.8cm The John Weeks Trust, University of Auckland Art Collection

Colin McCahon - New Zealand's most significant artist, began painting in religious themes in the late Through the New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Religious Paintings, Church Design, File Image, Postmodernism, Triptych, Modern Art, Post Modern

Colin McCahon, Elias triptych, 1959

Colin McCahon (1919 - 1987), New Zealand's most significant artist, began painting in religious themes in the late 1940s. Through the 1950s...

Colin McCahon: Story of a Mural Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Kiwiana, European Paintings, Art Series, Large Art, Contemporary Artists, Sculpture Art

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Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is the largest art institution in New Zealand, with a collection numbering over 15,000 works. These include major holdings of New Zealand historic, modern and contemporary art, and outstanding works by Māori and Pacific Island artists, as well as European painting, sculpture and print collections ranging in date from 1376 to the present day.

Colin McCAHON, Noughts and crosses 4, 1976 Long White Cloud, New Zealand Art, Crosses, Unique Art, New Art, Grid, Artists, Creative, Quirky Art

Colin McCAHON, Noughts and crosses 4

Colin McCAHON, Noughts and crosses 4, 1976

Colin McCahon New Zealander, As there is a constant flow of light we are born into the pure land 1965 The Pure, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Flow, Cards Against Humanity, Pure Products, Creative, Inspire, Artists

Colin McCahon New Zealander, b.1919, d.1987 As there is a constant flow of light we are born into the pure land 1965

ƸӜƷ Colin McCahon, Are there not twelve hours of Daylight, Acrylic on canvas Walk In The Light, Light Of The World, Story Of Lazarus, Auckland Art Gallery, Text Form, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Signwriting, Kunst

Are there not twelve hours of daylight; Colin McCahon; 1970; C1994/1/144 on eHive

To a question from his bewildered disciples about why he wanted to go back to Judea, where he was almost stoned to death, Jesus answered with another question and followed it with a cryptic assertion about walking in the light of the world. This paradoxical text forms the subject of McCahon's painting; it comes from the story of Lazarus as recorded in the Gospel of St John. The artist had been prompted to reread the Lazarus story and other passages in the New Testament, which touched on…

A Colin McCahon painting from the One Tree Hill College Art Collection One Tree Hill, Secondary School, Auckland, New Zealand, Monochrome, College, Painting, Art Art, Equality

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Colin McCahon - Auckland Art Gallery Victory over death 1969 Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand Art, Venice Biennale, European Paintings, Large Art, Visual Identity, Contemporary Art, Death, Artists

Auckland Art Gallery

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is the largest art institution in New Zealand, with a collection numbering over 15,000 works. These include major holdings of New Zealand historic, modern and contemporary art, and outstanding works by Māori and Pacific Island artists, as well as European painting, sculpture and print collections ranging in date from 1376 to the present day.