1 edition of Rex Nan Kivell Collection of early New Zealand pictures. found in the catalog.
Rex Nan Kivell Collection of early New Zealand pictures.
|Contributions||New Zealand. Dept. of Internal Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 89/05872 (N)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||89832604|
Dr Oliver Stead - Sir Rex Nan Kivell and his collections – an exploration in discovery and access Sir Rex Nan Kivell () was a New Zealand-born collector and dealer who owned and directed the influential Redfern Gallery in . The Handbook of New Zealand Mines: With Maps and Illustrations Rex Nan Kivell Collection: Author: New Zealand. Mines Department: Publisher: Government Printer, South Africa, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: 4 Oct Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
State Library Victoria's free winter exhibition features the work of William Strutt Self-portrait as a New Zealand bushman, Mangorei, Taranaki, New Zealand, , Pencil and wash, Rex Nan Kivell Collection (Pictures), National Library of Australia. The first retrospective of Strutt's work to be shown in Melbourne. Tracking down an early 19th century monster man in the National Library of Australia. by New Zealand-born art collector Sir Rex Nan Kivell in the s. is also part of the Nan Kivell.
Important early Māori sculpture, nineteenth-century prints, painting and photography and contemporary photography trace the story of this unique cultural art form. Gottfried Lindauer Tomika Te Mutu, chief of the Ngaiterangi tribe, Bay of Plenty Rex Nan Kivell Collection, National Library of Australia, Canberra. Sir Rex de Charembac Nan Kivell (–) is today most well known in Australasia for the important collection of material he gathered over a lifetime relating to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, now housed in .
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The paintings, drawings and prints collected by Nan Kivell form the centrepiece of his collection and occupy a unique place within the Library’s Pictures Collection. As a collection of historical art documenting the British and French exploration of the Pacific and the British colonisation of Australia and New Zealand, it is almost without.
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The Rex Nan Kivell Collection of Early New Zealand Pictures. Price: NZ$ Quantity: 1 available. Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket. This Department of Internal Affairs Paperback is in Fair condition.
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Sir Rex Nan Kivell () was a New Zealand-born collector and art dealer with a passion for the history of the South Pacific. His collection numbered hundreds of paintings and drawings of early Pacific subjects, and thousands more prints, maps, books and manuscripts. A DigitalNZ story by: Donna Robertson - "From Reginald Nankivell, born illegitimate in New Brighton, to Sir Rex De Charembac Nan Kivell - the fascinating story of Rex Nan Kivell, "the ultimate outsider".
Our hero used the opportunity of the First World War to get to Europe where he educated and reinvented himself to become a successful art dealer and collector.".
In the s, the Library commenced discussions with Rex Nan Kivell, the New Zealand—born collector, connoisseur and art dealer who had resided in England for many years, where, from the.
Sir Rex De Charembac Nan Kivell (), art dealer, collector and cultural benefactor, was born on 8 April at Christchurch, New Zealand, son of Alice Nankivell. His Christian name was registered as Reginald. Cornish in origin, the Nankivells of New Zealand's Canterbury Plains were small businessmen, not the patrician landholders Nan.
From Reginald Nankivell, born illegitimate in New Brighton, to Sir Rex De Charembac Nan Kivell – the fascinating story of Rex Nan Kivell, “the ultimate outsider”. Our hero used the opportunity of the First World War to get to Europe where he educated and reinvented himself to become a successful art dealer and collector.
Collector Rex Nan Kivell went to considerable lengths to create an identity for his burgeoning collection of books, manuscripts and maps. Recently, while looking through his papers held in our Manuscripts Collection, I found an invoice for the design and engraving of his bookplate dated 1 May It seems he commissioned Henry Wilkinson, a printmaker.
Portraits of people connected with Australia, New Zealand and the South Seas from to (with a few additions from Public Collections) in the Rex de C. Nan Kivell Collection / by Rex de C.
Nan Kivell and Sydney A. Spence Nan Kivell, Rex, [ Book:. Sir Rex de Charembac Nan Kivell CMG (born Reginald Nankivell, 8 April – 7 June ) was a New Zealand-born British art collector, who was knighted on the recommendation of the government of Australia, a country he never visited, for the gift and sale to the National Library of Australia of his collection of books, paintings, prints, documents, manuscripts and artefacts.
Title from inscription on label.; Condition: Good.; Inscriptions: "Mr. Rex Nan Kivell (left) hands over the early Australian items to Senator the Hon Sir Alistair [i.e. Alister] McMullin. (President of the Senate) at a ceremony at Australia House.
On the left is a painting by John Webber (official artist to Capt. Cook's first voyage) of Poedooa daughter of Orea, King of Ulaitea (Soopett. Tetanus robbed the world of a bright artistic talent. Frank Weitzel, Abstract Design (). Linocut, Collection Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, presented by Rex Nan Kivell.
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Self-portrait as a New Zealand bushman, Mangorei, Taranaki, New Zealand,Pencil and wash, Rex Nan Kivell Collection (Pictures), National Library of Australia. Strutt spent a dozen years in the Antipodes between and In he married Sarah Agnes Hague in Melbourne, and they went on to have three daughters in the city.
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The National Library of Australia also holds the Rex Nan Kivell () collection. A New Zealand-born art dealer who adopted the style of a bon vivant, Nan Kivell amassed o pictures, manuscripts and printed material relating to Australia, New Zealand and the was said that he donated his collection to the library in.
New Zealand, Its Advantages and Prospects, as a British Colony: With a Full Account of the Land Claims, Sales of Crown Lands, Aborigines, Etc., Etc Issue of Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature Rex Nan Kivell Collection: Author: Charles Terry: Publisher: T.
& W. Boone, Original from: the New York Public Library. Sir Rex Nan Kivell was a New Zealand-born collector and art dealer with a passion for the history of the South Pacific.
His collection numbered hundreds of paintings and drawings of early Pacific subjects, and thousands more prints, maps, books and date: Abstract. After a painting by W.S. Hatton.; Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK/C ; NK/C.; U ; U not col.
; S; Rex Nan Kivell Collection of early New Author: Standidge & Co.The Maori in European Art: Maori culture Maori figures Maori Girl Maori pictures Maori portraits Maori subjects Maori Women Merrett Meryon missionary moko Nan Kivell Collection National Library nude oil painting painter Parkinson's Patuone pencil picturesque presented primarily realistic Rex Nan Kivell Robley's ropean New Zealand art.