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Frances Hodgkins: European Journeys brings together works from New Zealand and around the globe to explore the artist’s place in European art. Auckland Art Gallery, Australian Painters, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Painting Still Life, Art Activities, Artist Painting, Flower Art, Art Pieces

Berries and Laurel; Frances Hodgkins; circa 1930; 1982/46/2 on NZ Museums

The fusion of still life with landscape was a distinctive theme in Frances Hodgkins' mature work, deriving from artists such as Picasso and Matisse, and first treated by Hodgkins in the late 1920s. In 1929 an invitation to exhibit with the progressive Seven and Five Society marked recognition by the British avant-garde and Berries and Laurel was first exhibited at the Society in January 1931. France Hodgkins often used a warm, sensuous, Mediterranean palette of reds, oranges and blues, but…

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‘Portrait of Arthur Lett-Haines’ - Frances Hodgkins Australian Painters, Australian Artists, Minimal Theme, True Art, Portraits, France, Neo, Paintings, Abstract

Lilith's Place

‘Portrait of Arthur Lett-Haines’ - Frances Hodgkins (1869–1947)

Still life: self-portrait by Frances Hodgkins History Online, Today In History, History Class, Art History, Abstract Words, Abstract Paintings, Nz Art, Australian Art, Impressionist

Still life: self-portrait by Frances Hodgkins

Still life: self-portrait by Frances Hodgkins

Pleasure Garden (1932) by France Hodgkins: The renowned New Zealand art historian E.H. McCormick commented that: ‘The Pleasure Garden Incident was perhaps a turning point, in the struggle of New Zealand art to free itself from the bondage of timid prejudice and sterile convention. From 1951, when ‘Pleasure garden’ was finally accepted and hung, a future historian may find it convenient to date New Zealand’s emergence from colonial status in the arts.’ (Brought to Light, November 2009) World Of Wearable Art, The Pleasure Garden, The Joy Of Painting, New Zealand Art, Examples Of Art, London Art, Art Studies, Beautiful Paintings, New Art

Pleasure Garden (1932) by France Hodgkins: The renowned New Zealand art historian E.H. McCormick commented that: ‘The Pleasure Garden Incident was perhaps a turning point, in the struggle of New Zealand art to free itself from the bondage of timid prejudice and sterile convention. From 1951, when ‘Pleasure garden’ was finally accepted and hung, a future historian may find it convenient to date New Zealand’s emergence from colonial status in the arts.’ (Brought to Light, November 2009)

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