Curator of Historical International Art
‘An artist whose portraits have never gone out of fashion in 400 years’. Dr Mark Stocker, Curator Historical International Art, looks at a fascinating selection of portraits in Te Papa’s print collection by Sir Anthony van Dyck.
Last week, Curator Historical International Art Dr Mark Stocker, introduced us to Australian artist Lionel Lindsay and the famous Cobb and Co print. Here, Mark continues his story.
Dr Mark Stocker, Curator Historical International Arts, shares some exciting news about Te Papa’s refereed journal Tuhinga, which he edits…
Curator Historical International Art Dr Mark Stocker introduces us to Australian artist Lionel Lindsay, and a famous print that oozes 19th-century nostalgia: ‘Cobb and Co’.
Curator Historical International Art Dr Mark Stocker explores the sensational prints of Swedish artist Anders Zorn.
Art Curator Mark Stocker, looks at the remarkable life and personality of artist Walter Sickert, and focuses on one of his famous etchings Ennui (1915).
Art curator Mark interviews the creator of ‘Brickman: Wonders of the World’, Australian Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught, who is one of just 14 certified LEGO professionals.
Dr Mark Stocker, Curator Historical International Art, looks at a remarkable print of drunken excess in the collection by 17th century Spanish artist Jusepe de Ribera.
Art curator Mark Stocker highlights five fascinating facts you probably didn’t know about the great French sculptor Auguste Rodin.
Dr Mark Stocker, Curator Historical International Art, discusses his Collections Online summaries of Te Papa’s remarkable Rembrandt holdings.
This is the second part to Dr Mark Stocker’s series of blogs asking you to help identify a number of butterflies, moths, and other insects in a series of 17th century prints by Anglo-Czech etcher Wenceslaus Hollar.
Think you know your bugs? Art curator Dr Mark Stocker has been working on a project along with our bug experts, Dr Phil Sirvid and Dr Julia Kasper, to identify a number of butterflies, moths, and other insects (including a snail) in some 17th century prints