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History of New Zealand painting

Early European painting in New Zealand was dominated by landscapes and images of exotic Māori. From the 1890s the local art scene was boosted by the arrival of professional painters from Europe. But it wasn't until the 1930s and 40s that a distinct style of painting began to emerge here. Read the full article

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While the first New Zealand artists often had scenic interests, they were also influenced by art historical practices and

Mini-documentary about the return of Charles F. Goldie's Harata Rewiri Tarapata to Whangārei Art Museum.