Seidel, Brian

Seidel, Brian | SEIDEL, A.

(1928–2019) Australian | Male

Worked: Australia (SA, VIC). Etchings, Lithographs, Screenprints

Artist (painter) | Painter | Printmaker | Teacher

EXHIBITION HISTORY 1 – 16 of 16 exhibitions

Maude Vizard-Wholohan Art Prize Exhibition.

Venues

Royal South Australian Society Of Arts Gallery (1959 – 1959)
Institute Building, North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Contemporary Australian Art

Venues

Venue Unknown (1 March 1960 – 1 March 1960)
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Adelaide Festival Of The Arts, South Australia (1 March 1960 – 1 March 1960)
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA). (1 March 1960 – 1 March 1960)
14 Porter St., Parkside, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Works

110. Rocks and sun. 8 gns

Maude Vizard-Wholohan Art Prize Exhibition.

Venues

Royal South Australian Society Of Arts Gallery (1961 – 1961)
Institute Building, North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Australian Print Survey

Venues

Western Australian Art Gallery (1963 – 1964)
Perth, Western Australia, Australia

National Gallery Of South Australia (1 October 1963 – 1 November 1963)
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Art Gallery Of South Australia. (1 October 1963 – 1 November 1963)
North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

City Galleries In Victoria (1 January 1964 – 1 May 1964)

Art Gallery Of New South Wales. (10 June 1964 – 28 June 1964)
The Domain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (1 July 1964 – 1 July 1964)
Laman Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (1 August 1964 – 1 September 1964)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Tasmanian Museum And Art Gallery (1 September 1964 – 1 October 1964)
40 Macquarie St., Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery (1 September 1964 – 1 October 1964)
2 Wellington St., Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

National Gallery Of Victoria (1 November 1964 – 1 December 1964)
Swanston St., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Recent works by Brian Seidel.

Venues

Bonython Art Gallery [Adelaide 1] (1 October 1964 – 1 October 1964)
88 Jerningham St., North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Paintings by Brian Seidel.

Venues

White Studio Exhibition Gallery. (1966 – 1966)
The Common, Beaumont, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Australian Printmaking Today, Adelaide Festival of Arts.

Venues

Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA). (1966 – 1966)
14 Porter St., Parkside, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Contemporary Art Society. (1 March 1966 – 1 March 1966)

Works

39. Figure 1. $35

Australian Prints Today.

Venues

Museum of History [Washington] (15 July 1966 – 15 September 1966)
Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C., United States of America

Works

Wildfire $50

Printmakers.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria (1968 – 1968)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Works

<p>Print Council of Australia: Third Print Prize Exhibition 1969.</p>

Venues

Tasmanian Museum And Art Gallery (1969 – 1969)
40 Macquarie St., Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery (1969 – 1969)
2 Wellington St., Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Central Street Gallery (1969 – 1969)
1 Central St., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (1969 – 1969)
Laman Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Print Council Of Australia Gallery (1969 – 1969)
105 Collins St., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (1 September 1969 – 1 October 1969)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Art Gallery Of South Australia. (2 September 1969 – 1969)
North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Western Australian Art Gallery (3 September 1969 – 2 October 1969)
Perth, Western Australia, Australia

National Gallery Of Victoria (15 December 1969 – 20 January 1970)
Swanston St., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Works

48. Reflected Image. edition of 50 | Stencil screen process

Brian Seidel [1970].

Venues

Macquarie Galleries [ACT 3]. (17 October 1970 – 1 October 1970)
23 Furneaux Street, Forrest, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

<p>2nd Western Pacific Print Biennale 1978.</p>

Venues

Wagga Wagga City Art Gallery [2] (14 February 1976 – 2 March 1976)
City Council Administrativw Building, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia

Hawthorn City Art Gallery (15 November 1978 – 20 December 1978)
584 Glenferrie Rd., Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia

Albury City Art Gallery (10 January 1979 – 29 January 1979)
Albury, New South Wales, Australia

Melville Hall (21 March 1979 – 13 April 1979)
Australian National University, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Manly Art Gallery (7 May 1979 – 28 May 1979)
West Esplanade Reserve, Manly, New South Wales, Australia

Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA). (12 June 1979 – 30 June 1979)
14 Porter St., Parkside, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Fremantle Arts Centre (25 July 1979 – 15 August 1979)
1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia

Naracoorte Art Gallery (6 September 1979 – 24 September 1979)
128 Smith St., Naracoorte, South Australia, Australia

Broken Hill City Art Gallery [1] (15 October 1979 – 29 October 1979)
Corner, Blende & Chlorine Streets, Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia

Orange Regional Gallery (15 November 1979 – 30 November 1979)
Civic Square, Byng St., Orange, New South Wales, Australia

Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery (10 December 1979 – 19 December 1979)
Weeroona Park, 56 Lock Street, Stanthorpe, Queensland, Australia

Brisbane Civic Art Gallery (15 January 1980 – 4 February 1980)
King George Square, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Museums And Art Galleries Of The Northern Territory (5 March 1980 – 26 March 1980)
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Armidale [City] Art Gallery (29 April 1980 – 13 May 1980)
Rusden Street, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia

Benalla Art Gallery (28 May 1980 – 13 June 1980)
Bridge St., 'By the lake', Benalla, Victoria, Australia

Albury Regional Art Centre (1 June 1980 – 1 July 1980)
546 Dean St., Albury, New South Wales, Australia

Ararat Regional Art Gallery (30 June 1980 – 14 July 1980)
Town Hall, Vincent Street, Ararat, Victoria, Australia

Hamilton Art Gallery (29 July 1980 – 15 August 1980)
107 Brown st., Hamilton, Victoria, Australia

Tasmanian School Of Art Gallery (10 September 1980 – 1980)

Devonport Gallery And Arts Centre (10 October 1980 – 24 October 1980)
46 Steele St., Devonport, Tasmania, Australia

Burnie Regional Art Gallery (6 November 1980 – 20 November 1980)
Burnie Civic Centre, Burnie, Tasmania, Australia

Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery (3 December 1980 – 19 December 1980)
2 Wellington St., Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Brian Seidel Paintings and Etchings

Venues

Australian Galleries [1] (22 August 1978 – 5 September 1978)
35-37 Derby St., Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Works

23. Elizabeth. $120

25. On a Summer Midnight. edition of 120

26. Lawrence Daws at Owl Creek. edition of 120

27. Winter Figure Interior. edition of 120

28. And All is Always Now. edition of 120

29. Languor of a Dark Studio. edition of 120

30. Into the Rose Garden. edition of 120

31. Still Bedroom Figure. edition of 120

33. Mt Beerwah. edition of 120

34. Wonderwall Theme. edition of 85

35. Red Hill Figure. edition of 85

36. Belle Donne. edition of 85

37. Interior, Clifton Hill. edition of 85

38. Summer evening haze. edition of 150

39. The Halcyon Sea. edition of 150

40. Mt Beerwah Primeval. edition of 150

41. Winter Solstice Sunrise. edition of 150

Graven Images in the Promised Land: A History of Printmaking in South Australia, 1836-1981.

Venues

Art Gallery Of South Australia. (19 June 1981 – 2 August 1981)
North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia