"Director of the Robert McDougall Art gallery, Mr B. D. Muir, in the sculpture court of the gallery. In the foreground is a bronze sculpture by Paul Beadle titled "Last Supper VI"."
View of construction workers building a disability ramp to improve accessibility to the Robert McDougall Art Gallery from the Botanic Gardens.
"Bowman 2" a sculpture at Stephen Clarke, on show at the Brooke Gifford Gallery, 112 Manchester Street."
Vicki Woods with a Llew Summers sculpture to be sold at the Nicaragua Must Survive art auction at the CSA Gallery.
Llew Summers with a sculpture of a front row rugby forward in the courtyard of the Canterbury Gallery on Papanui Road, Merivale.
Emily Cosgrove stood beside her untitled oil painting of a North Canterbury landscape. John Coley is shown hanging the artwork in the Robert McDougall Art Gallery.
Mr John Tullett, a student in sculpture at the School of Fine Arts at Canterbury University, with his design for a new donation box for the Robert McDougall Art Gallery.
Art installation of a bicycle at McDougall Art Gallery.
John Harper, a conservator, checking paintings in the storage room in the basement of the Robert McDougall Art Gallery.
Peter Tilson (left) and Michael Jaspers, both from Burnside High School, browsing the art catalogues and postcards in the entrance to the Robert McDougall Art Gallery.
Construction worker, Peter Robinson, working on opening up the basement area at the Robert McDougall Art Gallery to create new art storage spaces.
Roger Smith, exhibitions manager at the Robert McDougall Art Gallery presenting Kate Turrell with a copy of Te Māori outside the gallery. Kate was unexpectedly the 100,000th visitor to the gallery...
Robert McDougall Art Gallery, 9 Rolleston Avenue. Built 1930 to 1932.
Two women looking at a craft exhibition featuring examples of weaving, printing and pottery titled the Kiln and Loom 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.
Civil Defence headquarters marquees outside the Christchurch Art Gallery.
Craft artists Vivienne Mountfort and Riki Manuel with a totara carving, Separation of Sky and Earth, and a flax mandala, sixth sense of self-awareness. Pictured in the Canterbury Society of Arts...
Exterior of the art gallery of the Canterbury Society of Arts (CSA) building at 66 Gloucester Street during the final stages of construction. The Gloucester Street gallery replaced the gallery on the...
Interior of the two levels of the Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery at 66 Gloucester Street packed with an audience during the official opening of the building. The gallery replaced that on the...
Lithograph of Athena by Marian Maguire at PG Gallery 192.
Lithograph of Athena by Marian Maguire at PG Gallery 192. Also visible is Avenue Health, 200 Bealey Avenue.