4 edition of C. F. Goldie, 1870-1947 found in the catalog.
C. F. Goldie, 1870-1947
|Statement||[edited by] Alister Taylor & Jan Glen.|
|Contributions||Goldie, C. F. 1870-1947., Taylor, Alister., Glen, Jan, 1955-|
|LC Classifications||ND1108.G6 A4 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 315 p. :|
|Number of Pages||315|
|LC Control Number||78322482|
Oil on canvas, signed C.F Goldie and dated in brushpoint upper left; inscribed Memories, Wiripine Ninia A Ngatiawa Chieftainess, Sale price Â£, C.F. Goldie on label affixed verso, inscribed Memories, Wiripine Ninia A Ngatiawa Cheiftainess, Sale price Â£, C.F. Goldie on second label affixed verso, 34 x 26 cm. Description (lot of 2) , His Life and Painting - , Taylor, Alister, together with , Prints, Drawings, and Criticism, both in presentation sleeves with quarter Morocco & cloth boards, each limited first edition.
Charles Frederick Goldie () Reverie, Ena te Papatahi, a Ngapuhi Chieftainess (Ina Te Papatahi, Nga Puhi) signed and dated 'C.F. Goldie / ' (upper left). Charles Frederick Goldie () "An Aristocrat" Atama Paparangi. A Chieftain of the Rarawa Tribe of Maoris, New Zealand signed and dated 'C.F. Goldie. N.Z. ' (upper left), inscribed as titled on a label on the reverse of the frame oil on canvas 19 x 17in. ( x cm.).
Right: C.F. Goldie, Tamati Waka Nene, , oil on canvas, x mm, Waitangi National Trust was an accomplished photographer, a skill he possibly acquired in Pilsen before he migrated to New Zealand in , and was certainly proficient in by the time of his settled later life. Charles F. Goldie () is one of New Zealand's best known artists, with mystique surrounding his work. His fame has been fed by newspaper reports documenting record-shattering prices, thefts, vandalism and forgeries. The book explores Goldie's career, his early still life paintings, his time as a student in Paris, his reign as Aukland's.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: A companion volume was published in under title: C.F. Goldie, prints, drawings. Goldie, his life & painting / [edited by] Alister Taylor & Jan Glen Taylor, Alister [ Book, Microform: ]. A companion volume was published in under title: C. Goldie, prints, drawings & criticism.
"The catalogue": p. Includes bibliographical references and index. Date: - By: Goldie, Charles Frederick, ; Cameron, Angus, active ss. Ref: Eq Description: Head and shoulders three quarters frontal portrait of Atama Paparangi of Te Rarawa After C F Goldie by A Cameron.
Processed and printed by C S W Ltd. C F Goldie Charles Frederick Goldie OBE, was a New Zealand artist who was best known for his portrayal of Māori dignitaries. Goldie was born in Auckland 20 Octoberand was educated at the Auckland Grammar : K.
Limited editions, Alister Taylor, Wairua, Martinborough, first editions,quarter leather with fitted cases, fine copies. $ - Taylor, Alister & Glen, Jan C.
Goldie ( C.F. Goldie: the old master revisited. Goldie was a textbook victim of this debilitating affliction for the remainder of his life. Nervy and irascible, he was unable to be content unless painting.
He became utterly obsessed, often working through the night or endlessly inscribing his signature in his books. Charles Frederick Goldie (), born in Auckland, was already winning art prizes at the age of He studied in Paris before returning to New Zealand in He is best known for his meticulous portraits of Maori men and women, despite also painting non-Maori and Biblical scenes.
Companion volume to the work published in under title: C. Goldie, his life & painting. Includes supplementary catalogues of paintings not listed in the earlier volume.
Issued in a case. This biography, written by Roger Blackley, was first published in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography in Charles Frederick Goldie was born in Auckland, New Zealand, on 20 October The second of eight children born to David Goldie and his wife, Maria. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Companion volume to the work published in under title: C.F.
Goldie, his life & painting. Description: * Charles Frederick Goldie () Sleep 'tis a Gentle Thing Pokai, A Warrior Chieftain of the Ngatimaru Tribe Hori Pokai, Ngati Maru, Ngati Paoa oil on canvas signed and dated 'C.F.
Goldie ' (upper left) 35 x cm Provenance with John Leech, Auckland with Fishers Fine Arts Private collection, Wellington Exhibited. 15 Dec - Explore andrewbenfield3's board "C F Goldie " on Pinterest. See more ideas about New zealand art, Maori and Maori people pins. A DigitalNZ story by: Zokoroa - An overview of the life and work of Charles Frederick Goldie who is best known for his painted portraits of Māori.
Gottfried Lindauer (), along with C.F. Goldie (), was the most prolific and best-known painter of Māori subjects, in particular portraits, in the late nineteenth-early twentieth centuries. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress.
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C F Goldie: Famous Maori Leaders of New Zealand: Te Arawa, Ngapuhi, Ngati Hao, Ngati Parekawa, Tuhourangi, Ngati Raukawa, Nga Te Ata, Ngati Manunui, Ngati Tuwharetoa TAYLOR, ALISTER & GOLDIE, C. Published by Alister Taylor Publishers (). 26a Alister Taylor & Jan Glen C F Goldie,His Life & Painting & C F Goldie, Prints, Drawings & Criticism (2) Martinborough &both ed no $ - PROVENANCE set of books.Gottfried Lindauer (), along with C.F.
Goldie (), was the most prolific and best-known painter of Māori subjects, in particular portraits, in the late nineteenth-early twentieth centuries. He was born in Pilsen, Bohemia, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.About Charles Frederick Goldie, OBE Charles Frederick Goldie was born in Auckland, New Zealand, on 20 October The second of eight children born to David Goldie and his wife, Maria Partington, he was second-generation colonial on both sides.