Roger Boyce Aotearoa New Zealand, b.1948 The Illustrated History of Painting Purchased, 2011 Oil and acrylic polymer on hardwood panel 2011/233:1-100 2009-2010 Save to My Gallery This work comprises one hundred separate panels. Here they are as installed at the Gallery in 2010. The illustrated history of painting Godog Medusa Mythopoeia Post-object The Premature Burial Mule Variation My Ship Coming In Muse Muse(s) Rococo Dutchman's End Best of Show Simon's Periscope Stigmata The White Whale Barrow to Market Mondrian's Tree Narcissus Demimode False of Starts or Death by a Thousand Cuts Ur Matter Stock and Bond Analytical Cubist Glory-holes Agua Libre Mark Post-structuralism Washed Up Two Step Great White Breakthrough K.O. Milk Teeth Theoretic Triangle Double Blind Yves The Prognosticator The Sublime Symbiosis The Bas Lebowski Dutch Boy Paint Sebastian Pistil Plein Dumb Like a Painter Demastication Little Savant Elementalism Will Tell The New Gentileschi Cool and Distant Painting In Burden of Dreams Op Shop Pluralism Sanguinarian Counter-revolution Agape Self-indulgent Centurian El Lutes One Brush Hill Big Wheel High Low The Bulimic Artiste's Self-portrait Dummy Contemplative Early Picasso Give Me Shelter Mannerist Martyr Verisimilitude - on display in the exhibition Bad Hair Day, from 4 June 2016 Castaway Rainbow Coalition Tachismo The Fauves Solitaire White Man's Burden Upset Cart Palette Sickness Oedipus Mex Tabula Rasa Short Stack Immaculate Conception Picador Jackson Sage Brush Signifier and Signified Q & A Saturation The Critic School of Athens War Paint Tough The Pluralist Blue School Detention Who's Your Daddy Beaten In Ends Related Exhibition Roger Boyce: The Illustrated History of Painting 14 November 2010In this ambitious new 100-work series, Christchurch artist Roger Boyce reimagines the history of painting as a tragicomedy packed with stunts, mishaps and wild endeavours. Notes Populate! update #1 (not quite Hollywood) Our tenth-birthday Populate! programme is revving up – fast. Here's the first of what'll be quite a few Populate! updates leading up to our birthday on May 10. (And a warning to those suffering coulrophobia, or fear of clowns: DON'T SCROLL DOWN.) Notes But seriously When it comes to contemporary painting, seriousness has a way of turning into solemnity, and solemn art is just asking for it. Notes Roger Boyce gallery is an ideal meeting space The Roger Boyce exhibition, like the rest of the gallery, is closed to the public today. Notes Getting some on you From a talk given by senior curator Justin Paton at the opening of Roger Boyce's The Illustrated history of painting at Christchurch Art Gallery on 12 August.