HADLEY, Basil

HADLEY, Basil

(1940–2006) Australian | English | Male

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

Artist (painter) | Printmaker

EXHIBITION HISTORY 1 – 12 of 12 exhibitions

<p>2nd Fremantle Print Award, 1977.</p>

Venues

Fremantle Arts Centre None
1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia

Print Council of Australia 1976 Exhibition

Venues

Torrens C.A.E. (North Adelaide) (1 March 1976 – 1 November 1976)

Torrens College Of Advanced Education (21 March 1976 – 20 April 1976)

Mitchell Regional Gallery (10 May 1976 – 10 June 1976)
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (24 June 1976 – 1977)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Manly Art Gallery (19 August 1976 – 19 September 1976)
West Esplanade Reserve, Manly, New South Wales, Australia

Sale Regional Arts Centre (2 October 1976 – 1 November 1976)
Civic Centre, Sale, Victoria, Australia

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (25 June 1977 – 24 July 1977)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Hawthorn City Art Gallery (7 July 1977 – 21 July 1977)
584 Glenferrie Rd., Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia

Works

28. River Murray I. etching and aquatint

29. River Murray II etching and aquatint

Print Council of Australia exhibition 1978

Venues

Blaxland Gallery [3] None
6th floor, Grace Bros., Cnr. Pitt and Market Sts., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Mornington Peninsula Arts Centre (197? – 197?)
4 Vancouver St., Mornington, Victoria, Australia

Mitchell Regional Gallery None
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia

Mitchell Regional Gallery None
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia

Devonport Gallery And Arts Centre None
46 Steele St., Devonport, Tasmania, Australia

Naracoorte Art Gallery None
128 Smith St., Naracoorte, South Australia, Australia

Sale Regional Arts Centre (1978 – 1978)
Civic Centre, Sale, Victoria, Australia

University Of Tasmania Fine Art Gallery (1978 – 1978)
University Centre, Churchill Ave., Sandy Bay, Hobart, Tasmania Australia

Undercroft Gallery (1978 – 1978)
University of Western Australia, Nedlands, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (1978 – 1978)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery (1978 – 1978)
Weeroona Park, 56 Lock Street, Stanthorpe, Queensland, Australia

Tamworth City Gallery (1978 – 1978)
203 Marius St., Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia

Shoalhaven Regional Art Gallery (1978 – 1978)
Shoalhaven, New South Wales, Australia

Wagga Wagga City Art Gallery [2] (1978 – 1978)
City Council Administrativw Building, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia

Broken Hill City Art Gallery [1] (1978 – 1978)
Corner, Blende & Chlorine Streets, Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia

Armidale [City] Art Gallery (1978 – 1978)
Rusden Street, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia

Caulfield Arts Complex (1 April 1978 – 1 April 1978)
Cnr. Glen Eira & Hawthorn Rds., Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA). (15 May 1979 – 9 June 1979)
14 Porter St., Parkside, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Works

4th Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award, 1979.

Venues

Fremantle Arts Centre (1979 – 1979)
1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia

Images of childhood.

Venues

Burnie Street (28 August 1979 – 30 September 1979)
27 Burnie St., Clovelly, New South Wales, Australia

Carnegie Prints 1947-77, Margaret Carnegie touring print exhibition.

Venues

Wagga Wagga City Art Gallery [2] (24 January 1981 – 24 January 1981)
City Council Administrativw Building, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia

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

<p>6th Fremantle Print Award, 1981.</p>

Venues

Fremantle Arts Centre (1981 – 1981)
1 Finnerty Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia

Prints and printmakers of Western Australia, January 1993.

Venues

Arthur Spartalis Fine Art (1 January 1993 – 1 January 1993)
24 Coolgardie St., Subiaco, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

<p>Australian identities in printmaking. The Australian print collection of Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery.</p>

Venues

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery [3] (2000 – 14 January 2001)
Civic Centre, Baylis St., Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia