Academy Women: A Century of Inspiration, An Exhibition Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Art in New Zealand

Academy Women: A Century of Inspiration, An Exhibition Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Art in New Zealand (catalogue):

“Flora Scales, a Christchurch artist, is known for her work in a modernist manner derived from a cubist style. Scales was fortunate to study in Munich in the 1920s with the famous teacher, Hans Hofmann, who was a cubist painter and a strong teacher of approaches to art based on Cezanne's concepts and cubism.

Flora Scales derived a great deal from his teachings and her work combines intellect with a rich colour sense and a strong awareness of modernist approaches in Art. Credit is always given to Scales for her profound knowledge and the important influence she was on Toss Woollaston who, as a young man, studied her notes from her classes in Munich and passed on to him ideas and concepts that were to stay with him.”

Date

25 September, 1993
— 25 October, 1993

Venue

New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts Galleries

Location

Wellington, New Zealand

Exhibition artworks

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