Pat Hanly Journal

Pat Hanly Journal

Archive Collection Detail

Patrick (Pat) Hanly (1932-2004) was a well-known New Zealand painter and printmaker, who also worked in glass and produced murals for a number of Auckland buildings. His art is recognisable for its colour and vibrancy. As well as personal themes, Hanly's works often reflect his dedication to the anti-nuclear cause. This archive is a copy of his journal. Hanly produced this as a compilation of passages from earlier journals that he had written and subsequently destroyed. It covers the period 1960-1970, and has a cover note explaining its gestation written by Hanly in 1983.

Creator
Pat Hanly
Title
Pat Hanly Journal
Date range
1960-1970
Linear meters
0.24
Finding aids
Not Applicable
Credit line
E H McCormick Research Library, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Accession no
RC2011/11
Restriction type
Restricted Access