An exhibition of stone lithographs, photographs and pencil drawings from the artist's studio.
C. F. GOLDIE
A collection of artworks by iconic artist Charles Frederick Goldie.
Works by New Zealand's most famous expatriate artist, Frances Hodgkins.
Sir Peter Siddell KNZM, QSO.
Sir Peter Siddell is New Zealand's master technician of the New Realism movement. His works that are uniquely New Zealand in style and context are held in esteem within a worldwide marketplace,
Peter McINTYRE OBE.
A collection of paintings by one of New Zealand's most popular and celebrated artists of the mid-twentieth century.
A collection of works from our Ray Ching exhibitions: 'Aesop's Kiwi Fables' in 2010; 'Autobiography' in 2008; 'Ark' in 2007; 'The Last Tree Fell' in 2005 and ' A True Story' in 2000.
Paul Hanrahan’s keen observation of everyday life allows him to paint his animated subjects with confident impressionistic brushstrokes, full of flair.
Piera worked and lived for many years in Paris and later, while painting in Moscow, became the first New Zealander to have a solo show at the New Tretiakov Gallery in Russia.
Norman Scott. Gisborne: An Affectionate View
Gisborne: An Affectionate View. The exhibition at Jonathan Grant Galleries is the largest exhibitions of Norman Scott's works to date. Through a range of drawings, watercolours and oils from across his oeuvre, we are able to fully appreciate the development of Norman Scott's work from his days as a P.O.W. to his founding of the Gisborne Arts Society back in New Zealand.
A collection of Peter O'Hagan's paintings depicting his travels of Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Ann ROBINSON ONZM.
A collection of pieces by internationally-acclaimed contemporary sculptor Ann Robinson.
Historical 19th & 20th Century New Zealand Landscapes
A collection of Important Historical New Zealand Landscapes at Jonathan Grant Galleries.
The exhibition features works by John Barr Clarke Hoyte, John Gibb, Charles Blomfield, Rita Angus, Peter McIntyre, John Gully and other significant New Zealand artists.
Paintings by London-based New Zealander Susan Wilson, which draw on Wilson's New Zealand origins and overseas travels.
"Courage, confidence, individuality, intelligence, stubborn dedication, love and a recognition that in art maturity builds slowly and without artifice. More work than talk. That's where art like this comes from, and its quiet depths will be a pleasure to ponder for all the years to come".
Grahame Sydney, Central Otago.
The Katherine Mansfield Paintings by Susan Wilson
The Katherine Mansfield Paintings are a collection of oil paintings by Susan Wilson, originally commissioned by UK publisher The Folio Society to illustrate their millennium book of short stories by Katherine Mansfield.
AUCKLAND: A History in Paintings
Spanning two centuries, this exhibition records important moments in the historical, cultural and physical transformation of Auckland's urban landscape and harbour.
The Seddon Collection
The exhibition held at Jonathan Grant Galleries, featuring the Portrait of Miss Beatrice Wood by Frances Hodgkins
An Artist's Journey
A retrospective exhibition of paintings and handmade books by Mark Venables was held at Jonathan Grant Galleries in Parnell in August 2004
The Carpet Weavers of Doha & Karachi.
This exhibition of fifteen watercolours was inspired by Lucille Cranwell's trip to Pakistan in December of 2001. Completed with her characteristic flair and dynamism, these watercolours are indicative of the colours, environment and chaotic ambience of Pakistan.
19th & 20th Century Paintings
Jonathan Grant Galleries is currently exhibiting a collection of 19th & 20th century New Zealand, British, South African and Continental paintings. The collection brings together some of the galleries finest works of art, in an exhibition that is sure to inspire art lovers of all ages.