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Entombment: after Titian, 1947, McCahon, Colin (1919–1987), Nelson. Purchased 1980 from the Molly Morpeth Canaday Fund. © Courtesy of the Colin McCahon Research and Publication Trust. Te Papa
Entombment: after Titian, 1947, McCahon, Colin (1919–1987), Nelson. Purchased 1980 from the Molly Morpeth Canaday Fund. © Courtesy of the Colin McCahon Research and Publication Trust. Te Papa
 
In June, Tauranga Art Gallery opened an exhibition Painting New Zealand: Art from Te Papa 1890 to 1950. This exhibition consists of 23 paintings from our collection. The selection features only New Zealand painters, from James M Nairn to Colin McCahon, and shows a wide range of New Zealand art of the last century. The exhibition runs until 21 August 2011.
Autumn blooms, 1899, Nairn, James M. (1859–1904), Wellington. Bequest of Miss S. Leatham, 1939. Te Papa

Autumn blooms, 1899, Nairn, James M. (1859–1904), Wellington. Bequest of Miss S. Leatham, 1939. Te Papa

This month, Dunedin Public Art Gallery will open an exhibition, Dark Light, to celebrate Ralph Hotere’s 80th birthday. The exhibition includes, among others, Pathway to the Sea/Aramoana, an installation work by Ralph Hotere and Bill Cullbert from 1991, and five drawings from the series: Working drawings for ‘Pathway to the sea, Aramoana’. The exhibition opens on 6 August 2011 and will be on for two and a half months.
Untitled. From the series : Working drawings for ’Pathway to the sea, Aramoana’, 1991, Culbert, Bill (1935– ), Hotere, Ralph (1931– ). Gift of the artists, 1993. © Reproduced courtesy of Ralph Hotere. Te Papa

Untitled. From the series : Working drawings for ’Pathway to the sea, Aramoana’, 1991, Culbert, Bill (1935– ), Hotere, Ralph (1931– ). Gift of the artists, 1993. © Reproduced courtesy of Ralph Hotere. Te Papa

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