A selection of the Gallery’s most-treasured historical European artworks.
Exuberant and boisterous, these large paintings by Philip Trusttum will lift the spirits
Our lively new historical collection exhibitions explore Māori architecture, colonial portraiture, early landscape painting and mid-century ...
Welcome to the low brow, high art world of Tony de Lautour’s paintings, sculptures and ceramics.
See the lives of the early settlers and Kāi Tahu tangata whenua in this selection of extraordinary works by frontier Pākehā artists.
New perspectives on ten of the Gallery’s best-loved paintings.
An engrossing selection of abstract art by big-name New Zealand artists
Calm, enigmatic and elegant works of art by Don Peebles.
1960s London set the scene for Carl Sydow’s playful, op-inspired sculptures.
A selection of watercolours by one of Canterbury’s most treasured artists.
Colin McCahon’s shift to Titirangi in 1953 was a watershed moment in the artist’s career, providing the inspiration for him to ...
Drawing its inspiration from the sea, this exhibition highlights the Gallery's collection of maritime paintings, drawings, prints, photographs ...