Raymond McIntyre

Aotearoa New Zealand, b.1879, d.1933


  • c. 1917
  • Lithograph
  • Purchased, 2002
  • 395 x 340 x 15mm
  • 2002/265

Like many New Zealand artists of his generation, Raymond McIntyre travelled to England to further his studies. By 1910 he was studying at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London, where he engaged with contemporary post-impressionist developments in British art. The results of his studies can be seen in the prints he produced around 1917, which relate to a series of paintings he made of London’s inner city.Raymond’s interest in printmaking, and woodcuts in particular, was likely influenced by his close friendship with fellow artist Edward McKnight Kauffer, a member of London’s innovative Bloomsbury Group

(Ink on Paper: Aotearoa New Zealand Printmakers of the Modern Era, 11 February – 28 May 2023)

Exhibition History