John Weeks

Abstract forms, Venice

Abstract forms, Venice by John Weeks

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After studying in Paris at Andre Lhote's painting academy during 1926, Weeks spent several years working in the south of France, Italy and northern Africa. He returned to New Zealand in 1930 and taught at Elam School of Art until 1954. Lois White and John Weeks were close colleagues, engaging in long conversations about art, travel and Weeks' favourite topic, colour.

Abstract forms, Venice
John Weeks
Production date
circa 1951
tempera on board
495 x 705 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, purchased with the aid of a grant from the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council of New Zealand, 1970
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No known copyright restrictions
New Zealand Art
Display status
Not on display

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