Mr and Mrs K.F. Tibbet, who have been awarded with a painting for being the 75,000th members of Southern Cross Medical Care Society.
Presentation of a painting to the retiring general manager of the Education Board, W. P. Spencer and his wife, by chairman, A. S. Murray.
Edith Bardsley, 82, of Bishopdale, with a painting of Hartshead Pike in Oldham, England.
Artwork at the Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery. [Frame 8b] Professor H. J. Simpson with a painting by Don Binney.
Portraits of Grant Chirnside, a Christchurch artist with his painting "Skins - North Canterbury" which won the New Zealand section of the T. H. Saunders and Buckingford Internationsal watercolour...
Aston Greathead oil painting ‘Ashburton River from Thomson’s Track’ donated to the naval ship HMNZS Canterbury.
Portraits of Grant Chirnside, a Christchurch artist with one his landscapes, "The Electricity Supply".
F. L. Sutton, chairman of the Lyttelton Harbour Board, and Commander K. M. Saull, with the painting “Rangatira Terraces” by Austen Deans. Commander Saull will command the Royal New Zealand Navy’s new...
Portraits of Lillian Corbett with her painting.
Auctioneer R. G. Bell with the painting “Ana Rupene and Child” by Gottfried Lindauer, which will be offered at auction by R. G. Bell and Co on 29 April 1971.
High school students, Simon McIntyre, Euan Frizzell, Stephen Shanaghan, Carol Lomax, Barbara Wiek, and Grant Gallagher selecting the art for the schools art exhibition.
Teachers, G. Poulson, Shona Reed, P. Noonan, G. Heath, and Gavin Bishop judge the entries for the South Island school art exhibition.
Lincoln High School student Grant Gallagher crouching with art he has created.
Lincoln High School student Grant Gallagher sitting with art he has created.
Mark Owers of the Sahrah School of Art with paintings and art works which contributed to the Commonwealth Games Fund.
View of Michael Taylor and Mark Coppin of Waltham School with their paintings of monsters.
View of Carol Pinkerton of Waltham School with a painting of a monster.
Painting by C. F. Goldie entitled “Rakapa, an Arawa Chieftainess” and added to the Robert McDougall Art Gallery collection.
Mrs Paree Ott, who paints under the name of Paree Romanides with paintings she is preparing to send to Auckland for an exhibition.
Views of Marjorie Ruddle, arts and crafts adviser for the Canterbury education district, with paintings for an exhibition.
Graham Sanders with a set of paintings by Salvador Dali.
Views of Evelyn Downs in her flat at 20 Mabel Howard Place.