McCahon

McCahon

(məˈkɑːn)
n
(Biography) Colin. 1919–87, influential New Zealand painter; noted esp for landscapes and bold abstract paintings, many featuring lettering and Christian imagery
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Barclays UK legal managing directors Philip Aiken and David McCahon said acting on the issue will have benefits for the business.
Jim McCahon of JLL represented the tenant, while Alberto Fiorini and Niko Khetaguri of Alliance Real Estate represented landlord Perry Properties in the lease transaction.
Toss Wollaston, Don Binney, Colin McCahon, Pat Hanly, Ralph Hotere, Philip Trustrum and Gordon Walters were major beneficiaries.
on Colin McCahon's works on Maori subjects in the 1960s and 1970s,
For the duration of his exhibition, this structure becomes a provisional framework for several works from Te Papa's collection: Duchamp's museum; the multipart painting Northland Panels, 1958, one of Colin McCahon's greatest works; a pair of poutoti, traditional Maori stilts; a painting by Frances Hodgkins; and even a tiny piece of the moon, given to New Zealand by the Nixon administration in 1969 as a commemoration of the Apollo 11 mission and a gentle reminder of who, globally speaking, was boss.
Acknowledging that his questions were provoked by late seventeenth-century French art, he starts with Chardin and then leaps forward to five artists working in the 1940s-1970s: Mark Rothko, Colin McCahon, Robert Smithson, James Turrell, and Sister Mary Corita Kent.
Danny McCahon, Glasgow A It's Wet Wet Wet's Love is All Around.
Goldie; forgeries by Karl Sim; the Macchiaioli Affair; the disappearance of the painting Psyche by Solomon Joseph Solomon; the disappearance of Urewera Mural by Colin McCahon; the theft of the sculpture Pania of the Reef; and incidents involving Peter Siddell, Toss Woollaston, Colin McCahon, Edward Bullmore, Gottfried LindauerAEs portrait of Kewene Te Haho, Still on Top by Jacques Joseph Tissot, and the collection of Elizabeth Wearn.
Summary: Police say Comet (F13) by New Zealand's most influential modernist artist, Colin John McCahon, stolen from inside owner's home
Jackson knows all about these painful "limiting conditions," first of all from his many years of ethnographic field-work among oppressed native peoples in Aboriginal Australia and West Africa (northern Sierra Leone); secondarily from the tormented oeuvre of the artists he focuses on; suicides like Van Gogh and New Zealand painter Philip Clairmont, troubled souls like Edvard Munch, Australian painter Ian Fair-weather, and Colin McCahon, another Kiwi (like Jackson himself) and perhaps his country's greatest painter, but whose life ended in alcoholism and dementia.