Inside the Garden

Hanly, Patrick
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Patrick Hanly/'Inside' the Garden. Print area: 16 3/4 x 20 inches
Born Palmerston North, 1932. Studied School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury, 1952-55. Painted in London, Florence and Amsterdam, 1957-62. British Arts Council Award to Yugoslavia in 1960; awarded Italian Government Scholarship in 1960, Dutch Government Scholarship in 1962. Returned to New Zealand in 1962 and has devoted most of his time since then to painting although he acts as a tutor for both the School of Architecture and the School of Fine Arts at the University of Auckland. He has also been a tutor at several Adult Education summer schools in Wellington and Auckland. He has held one-man exhibitions in London and New Zelaand and has participated in group and traveling exhibitions in England, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Yugoslavia, Poland and Argentina, including the 1963 and 1965 Paris Biennales, the 1964 International Print Biennale in Tokyo and the International Exhibition of Graphic Art in Ljubljana, Yugoslavia in 1967. In 1966 he won the Manawatu prize for Contemporary Art. Public Collections: Auckland, Palmerston North, Dunedin.
Hanley's exhibition of watercolours entitled "inside the Garden' was an expression of the artist's new attitudes towards existence and painting. Having readjusted to the external aspects of returning to New Zelanad he is, in these works, concerned with the inner nature of things. The garden is a place of peace and yet a place of great sub-molecular activity. "Those who see only the garden see nothing." Unlike the other works in this series of multiples which are all silk-screen prints, this one uses a line block and stencils and was printed by the artist himself.
line block, 4 colours
Image (sight): 420 x 505 mm. Print area (from original catalogue) 16 3/4 x 20 inches.
Frame hxwxd: 725 x 813 x 35 mm, Breadth 35mm
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