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.
Paintings inside Holy Trinity Church, Lyttelton, which are suffering from damage.
Views of the damage to the surfaces of the wall and paintings inside Holy Trinity Church, Lyttelton.
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.
Photograph of an oil painting by Charles Frederick Goldie titled ‘Wiripine Ninia, Ngatiawa Chieftainess’. This painting sold today for $5000 in the Durham St art gallery.
Views of secondary school students judging the South Island schools' art exhibition. Pictured in frame 2 is Rosslyn Price.
Views of secondary school students judging the South Island schools' art exhibition. Pictured in frame 4 is Rosslyn Price.
Views of Lane, Walker, Rudkin staff admiring paintings at the firm's cafeteria.
Views of Rev John Coulson, vicar of St Peter's Anglican Church in Akaroa working on a painting called 'Figures in Pale Light' in an art class.
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.
Views of Evelyn Downs in her flat at 20 Mabel Howard Place.
A group of school children outside their classroom with paintings they have done.
Teacher P. D. Mottram next to art works at the Christchurch Star South Island Schools Art Exhibition at the Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery.
Close-ups of paintings at the South Island Schools Art Exhibition at the Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery.
Examples of paintings from the Big Fisherman series by G. T. (Trevor) Moffitt at Several Arts gallery.
Views of people and framed paintings at the gallery of H. Fisher and Son on Colombo Street.
Views of people and framed paintings at the gallery of H. Fisher and Son on Colombo Street. [Frame 16] H. M. Copland.
Christchurch Girls’ High School principal, J. D. Prisk, holding a painting, 1967, North Otago, by Colin McCahon. Next to her is Jan Hardie.