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2 edition of watercolours of Alfred Sharpe. found in the catalog.

watercolours of Alfred Sharpe.

Auckland City Art Gallery.

watercolours of Alfred Sharpe.

by Auckland City Art Gallery.

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Published by Auckland City Art Gallery in [Auckland] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sharpe, Alfred.

  • Edition Notes

    Exhibition arranged by the Auckland City Art Gallery to be held at the Auckland City Art Gallery, the Manawatu Art Gallery and the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.

    ContributionsSharpe, Alfred., Manawatu Art Gallery., Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsND2092.Z8 S452 1973
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p.
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5104501M
    LC Control Number74176752

    Watercolour, signed and dated , 21 x 33 cm. Search for Matching Provenance *** *** A Little Bit of Tipperary Watercolour, signed and dated lower left Alfred Sharpe/, 32 x 45 cm *** *** Road through Bush, Rangirin Watercolour, signed and dated , x cm *** *** The Last Dying Remnant, Watercolour, signed 'Alf Sharpe. The book focuses on the life and country homes of the famous Victorian poet, Alfred Lord Tennyson, who was a personal friend of the Allinghams, and features 20 colour plates of Helen's watercolour paintings of his homes and gardens. The Homes of Tennyson is available through Please contact us if you are seeking rare first editions.

    Alfred William Hunt (–) – English painter Frederic Leighton (–) – English painter and sculptor especially of historical, biblical and classical subject matter Charles James Lewis (–) – English painter in oils and watercolours. Caroline G Bott wrote a book called The Life and Works of Alfred Bestall. Illustrator of Rupert Bear. This book was published by Bloomsbury in You can get your hands on The Life and Works of Alfred Bestall. Illustrator of Rupert Bear in Hardback, x .

    Paperback. Condition: Fine. Unread. No markings in book. Binding is tight. Sir Alfred Sharpe () was H.M. Commissioner and Consul-General for the British Central Africa Protectorate and first governor of Nyasaland. He trained as a solicitor but was also a planter and professional hunter before becoming a British colonial administrator.   These were painted around for an ill-fated book "The Genus Rosa' written by Ellen Ann Willmott. The reproduction of the watercolor paintings in 'The Genus Rosa' was very poor, plus the book's text was inaccurate; so the book was unsuccessful. The original paintings were stored and Reviews: 3.


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During the s Alfred Sharpe exhibited large-scale watercolours with the newly founded Auckland Society of Artists and at venues in Wellington, Sydney and Melbourne, as well as in Auckland shop windows.

Later in the decade he organised solo exhibitions in the form of art unions, or raffles. Alfred Sharpe Logging Kauri on the Coromandel watercolour on paper signed Alfred Sharpe and dated in brushpoint lower right mm x mm $80, - $, Blackley, Roger.

The Art of Alfred Sharpe. Auckland City Art Gallery/David Bateman Ltd, Auckland,p. Alfred Sharpe, Kauri Logging on the Coromandel, 12 file boxes of Roger Blackley's curatorial notes, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clipping photocopies, copies of Sharpe's letters, loose leaf copy of exhibition catalogue (access restricted).

Includes Anne Kirker's curatorial notes for the exhibition "The Watercolours of Alfred Sharpe" Aug. Exhibited in Alfred Sharpe, touring to Auckland City Art Gallery, Museum of New Zealand and Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Reproduced as a Turnbull Library Print, cf B, a lithograph based on a similar view from the New Zealand Observer and Free Lance of 20 February: Alfred Sharpe, Jocelyn Young.

Edward Harker No 1 View of Parnell and Auckland taken from the top of Mt Eden c watercolour Albin Martin In the Domain Auckland 19th century watercolour and gouache Alfred Sharpe Lake Waikare and Waikato River in flood from Rangiriri Pah watercolour. SHARPE, Alfred Sunset on the Puhoi River, Wenderholm.

Watercolour on paper x mm. A virtuoso display of technique, it exemplifies the “Hints for Landscape Students in Watercolour” which Sharpe began publishing in August Untitled (Buildings by a River), Julia Graydon Sharpe (American, about ), watercolor on off-white paper, 11 x /2 in., signed in purple, L.R.: J.

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alfred sharpe Remuera Watercolour x 66 Signed $70, -Provenance: Private Collection, Auckland Illustrated: Plate 5, The Lively Capital, Una Platts Avon Fine Prints, Google Arts & Culture features content from over leading museums and archives who have partnered with the Google Cultural Institute to bring the world's treasures online.

45 The Art of Alfred Sharpe, Roger Blackley, Auckland City Art Gallery in association with David Bateman Ltd, Reference: p.

47 The Watercolours of Alfred Sharpe, Published, Auckland City Art Gallery, p. 58 & 61 The Art of Alfred Sharpe, Roger Blackley, Auckland City Art Gallery in association with David Bateman Ltd, ALFRED SHARPE - Entrance to Cadman’s Creek, Coromandel, Watercolour x Signed, inscribed & dated $90, -Provenance: Private Collection, Auckland.

"Published to support the exhibition Alfred Sharpe, Auckland City Art Gallery, 5 March - 16 May "--Title page verso. Description: pages: illustrations (some color), facsimile, portrait ; 21 x 27 cm.

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watercolour Dimensions x mm Inscription Alfd. Sharpe (l.r.). A Jam in the Lava Cleft - Hays Creek - Papakura N.Z. (l.l.). (label verso) A jam of logs in the Lava Cleft, Hays Creek Papakura. Alfred Sharpe Price/L5.O.O (?). Credit line Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of Mr John Leech, Accession no /23 Other ID.

Medium: Watercolour. Price: Price on application. Size Unframed: mm x mm Notes: painting is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from an independent art valuer. During the period to when Alfred Sharpe lived in Auckland, New Zealand, he signed his watercolours with his name spelt Sharpe.

Date: - By: Sharpe, Alfred, ; Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust Ref: C Description: The Domain in the foreground, buildings and the harbour in the background Same as Ca Original watercolour in the Library, measures x mm.

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MUNNINGS SIGNED WATERCOLOUR. $2, Originality: Original. $Alfred Sharpe ( - ) – artist (New Zealander) Born in Tranmere. Dead in Newcastle. Details of artist on Google Art Project watercolours: Date: Medium: watercolour; paper watercolour watercolours watercolour: Dimensions: Height: mm ( in); Width: mm ( in) Collection: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.Sir Alfred Sharpe KCMG CB (19 May in Lancaster – 10 December ) was Commissioner and Consul-General for the British Central Africa Protectorate and first Governor of Nyasaland.

He trained as a solicitor but was in turn a planter and a professional hunter before becoming a British colonial administrator. He was commissioner (a de facto governor) of the British Central Africa.