New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts Sketch Exhibition 1927


May, 1927


Wellington, New Zealand

Exhibition reviews

‘Academy Sketch Exhibition’, Evening Post, 13 May 1927, pg 10, “The exhibition of unframed sketches in the Art Gallery, Whitmore street, has attracted many visitors since the official opening on Friday last. The following works have already found purchasers:— "The Patent Slip," by J. Cooch; "Canal, St. Lo," "Street in Dinan," "Cathedral Bay," and "Dinan," by Ronald McKenzie; “Autumn," "Gathering Clouds," and "A Tranquil Scene," by W. Menzies Gibb; “Rue d'Andaluses" and "Capri, Autumn," by Gwen Knight; "The Beach Track," by Flora Scales; "Eva," by E. D. Jackson; “Boulevard Montsarnessa," by E. J. D. Turner; "Through the Stream" and ''Anticipation," by G. E. Lewens; "The Baby," by E. K. Robison; "A Restful Hour," "by Alice Whyte; "Havelock." by W. J. Rush”