National Gallery Of Victoria [2].

National Gallery Of Victoria [2].

(20 August 1968)

Public gallery. Located: Australia (VIC).

EXHIBITION HISTORY 1 – 20 of 112 exhibitions

<p>Print Prize Exhibition 1967</p>

Venues

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (1967 – 1967)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (1967 – 1967)
Laman Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Tasmanian Museum And Art Gallery (1967 – 1967)
40 Macquarie St., Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery (1967 – 1967)
2 Wellington St., Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Theatre Gallery, Arts Council Of Australia (1 September 1967 – 1967)
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (1 September 1967 – 1 October 1967)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

National Gallery Of South Australia (1 September 1967 – 1 October 1967)
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Art Gallery Of New South Wales. (27 September 1967 – 22 October 1967)
The Domain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Western Australian Art Gallery [1]. (7 December 1967 – 31 December 1967)
Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Works

Allen, Joyce. (1916–1992)

2. Journey. linocut

Brack, John. (1920–1999) and WALKER, Murray (1937–)

8. Mirrors and scissors. etching | Commended

Newton, Ray. (1921–)

35. Arctic Fish. woodcut

Simkunas, Algirdas. (1927–1971)

43. Movement (A). linocut

Printmakers.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (1968 – 1968)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Works

Thake, Eric. (1904–1982)

Adams, Tate. (1922–2018)

Counihan, Noel. (1913–1986) and William Caulfield & Sons. (1948–)

BRASH, Barbara (1925–1998)

Brack, John. (1920–1999)

Grieve, Robert. (1924–2006)

Rooney, Elizabeth. (1929–2016)

Friend, Donald. (1915–1989)

Goss, Michael (1942–)

Dawson, Janet. (1935–), Gallery A Print Workshop [Melbourne]. (1962–1964) and LANCELEY, Colin (1938–2015)

Thorpe, Lesbia. (1919–2009)

Thake, Eric. (1904–1982)

Dawson, Janet. (1935–), Gallery A Print Workshop [Melbourne]. (1962–1964) and Hessing, Leonard. (1931–2004)

Jack, Kenneth. (1924–2006)

JACKS, Robert (1943–2014)

15. Downfalls of Moss. etching

Atelier Patris. (1956–1960) and Dawson, Janet. (1935–)

Seidel, Brian (1928–2019) and Vickers, Rose. (1941–)

Kempf, Franz. (1926–2020)

Woods, Ray. (1931–)

BALDESSIN, George (1939–1978)

KING, Grahame (1915–2008)

MADDOCK, Bea (1934–2016)

SCHEPERS, Karin (1927–)

Drysdale, Russell. (1912–1981)

MACQUEEN, Mary (1912–1994)

26. Birds. etching

WILLIAMS, Fred (1927–1982)

27. Hillside. etching

Ratas, Vaclovas. (1910–1973)

SENBERGS, Jan (1939–)

The field.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (21 August 1968 – 25 September 1968)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Op print exhibition.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (21 November 1968 – 1968)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Fashion, Reality and Record in costume, prints and drawings.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (13 June 1969 – 1 August 1969)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The Aubrey Gibson Collection.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (28 July 1969 – 17 September 1969)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Printing and Allied Trades.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (11 August 1969 – 16 August 1969)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Rembrandt exhibition.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (2 October 1969 – 2 November 1969)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Recent Acquisitions.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (1970 – 13 September 1970)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The Life and Work of Wolfgang Sievers.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. None
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Art Gallery Of New South Wales. None
The Domain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Wollongong City Gallery [2]. None
Cnr. Kembla & Burelli Sts., Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia

Newcastle Region Art Gallery None
Laman Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Broken Hill City Art Gallery [1] None
Corner, Blende & Chlorine Streets, Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia

[Print Council of New Zealand]

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (21 January 1970 – 16 February 1970)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

William Blake and his contemporaries.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (1 April 1970 – 1 April 1970)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Landfall: The Captain James Cook Bi-centeniary exhibition of Australian painting.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (7 April 1970 – 30 April 1970)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Eric Thake Retrospective.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (15 May 1970 – 4 July 1970)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Stanislaw Halpern: Retrospective exhibition.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (14 September 1970 – 7 October 1970)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Ten printmakers 1970.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (18 September 1970 – 19 October 1970)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Western Australian Art Gallery [1]. (1 November 1970 – 1 December 1970)
Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (7 January 1971 – 31 January 1971)
Laman Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Lithographs, etchings, silkscreens by Australian artists.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (1 March 1971 – 1 March 1971)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Durer and his times.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (22 May 1971 – 12 July 1971)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The Carceri (the Prisons), a series of etchings by Piranesi.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (19 August 1971 – 26 September 1971)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia