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Andrew Sibley 1933 - 2015

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Andrew Sibley (1933-2015) career spanned more than six decades. Sibley's work was the subject of 1993 monograph by the art historian Sasha Grishin. Represented in Art Gallery of NSW, Artbank, National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Queensland Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Australian Embassy Washington, Art Gallery of South Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Victorian Art Centre, Homes a Court and all Australian national and state galleries, leading municipal, university and regional galleries, and private collections in Australia and abroad.

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Artist:  Andrew Sibley 1933-2015

Title:  GO (1999)

Signed Lower right:  Sibley

Date lower right: 99

Illustrated in Andrew Sibley 1999 original Catalogue sign by the artist

Medium: Oil-based Enamel Paint on Canvas

The right top of 'GO' painting has a tiny almost invisible, hair crack in the enamel paint which is reflected in the price. As a result of the natural aging and drying enamel paint is prone to develop a hair crack on the surface of a painting. Enamel Paint has been used by many famous artists such as Pablo Picasso, Hermann-Paul, Jackson Pollock .

 

Image dimensions: 72 cm x 65 cm

Framed dimensions: 102 cm x 95 cm

 

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Andrew Sibley Catalogue sign by the artist

 

 

Andrew Sibley Biography

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A dedicated figurative painter for most of his life, Andrew Sibley career spanned more than six decades, the popularity of Sibley's work among the country's art establishment fluctuated despite critical acclaim both here and overseas.

This was especially true during the 1970s as he eschewed a trend towards a more nationalistic style of expressionism in favour of a European-influenced aesthetic.

Andrew Sibley (1933-2015) was a renowned as artist, notable in the Archibald Prize.

Andrew Sibley work is the subject of a 1993 monograph by the Canberra-based art historian Sasha Grishin.

Andrew Sibley work is represented in all Australian national and state galleries, leading municipal, university and regional galleries, and private collections in Australia and abroad including

National Gallery of Australia

Photo: Artist Andrew Sibley - Andrew Sibley 1933- National Portrait Gallery, CanberraArt Gallery of New South Wales

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Queensland Art Gallery

Homes a Court Collection

Art Gallery of Western Australia

Art Gallery of South Australia

 Art Bank, National Gallery of Victoria

Victorian Art Centre Melbourne

Parliament House and Australian National Regional galleries in Ballarat, Bendigo, Launceston, Mornington, Shapparton, Townsville and Australian Embassy in Washington, State libraries in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.

According to McCulloch’s Encyclopedia of Australian Art (St. Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 1994), Sibley’s work has remained distinctive for over 40 years of productive output.

Andrew Sibley has held annual exhibitions in Melbourne and has been the subject of a number of publications including Rodney Hall’s, Focus on Andrew Sibley (Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, 1968) and Sasha Grishin’s, Andrew Sibley (East Roseville, NSW: G & B Arts International; distributed by Craftsman House, 1993).

Sibley’s work is widely represented in Australian galleries and the State libraries of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.

The acquisition complemented the Library’s holdings of published works about Andrew Sibley and oral history recordings made in 1963 and 1984.

AWARDS and Prizes

2015

Finalist - City of Hobart Art Prize

2004

Finalist - Dobell Prize

2004

Finalist - Doug Moran National Portrait Prize

1998

First Prize - Stanthorpe Aquisition Prize

1996

First Prize - Tattersall's Landscape Prize

1975

First Prize - Dalby City Art Prize

1970

First Prize - Gold Coast Art Prize

1969

First Prize - Georges Prize

1962

First Prize - Transfield Art Prize

1961 Toowoomba Chronicle Art Prize Sydney
1962 Transfield prize
1965 Winemakers prize (shared with Michael Shannon), ;
1967 Bathurst
1968 Georges Invitation, Melbourne
1969 Launceston (QVMAG purchase)
1969 Shepparton
1970 Gold Coast City (purchase)
Portrait of Artist Andrew Sibley, by Esther Erlich, The Library’s collection of portraits of Australians of national significance was enhanced recently by the acquisition of a portrait of the artist Andrew Sibley.1972 Townsville (purchase)
The Winemakers’ Prize (shared), Melbourne
Caltex-Warana Prize, Brisbane
Bathurst City Purchase Prize
Andrew Fairley Art Prize, Shepparton
Georges Invitation Award (shared) Melbourne
Gold Coast City Art Prize
Launceston Art Purchase
Townsville Pacific Festival Art Prize
Dalby Art Exhibition Prize
Tattersall’s Invitation Landscape Prize
Brisbane and Stanthorpe Arts Festival Acquisitive Award
Finalist in Dobell Prize and Doug Moran National Portrait Prize

COLLECTIONS
Andrew Sibley work is r
epresented in all Australian national and state galleries, leading municipal, university and regional galleries, and private collections in Australia and abroad.

National Gallery of Australia

Art Gallery of New South Wales

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

Homes a Court Collection

Art Gallery of Western Australia

Art Gallery of South Australia

Art Bank Sydney

National Gallery of Victoria

Victorian Art Centre Melbourne

New England Regional Art Museum

Perc Tucker Regional Gallery

Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery

Newcastle Regional Art Gallery

National Library of Australia

Horsham Art Gallery

La Trobe Regional Gallery

Shepparton Art Gallery

Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery

Wollongong City Gallery

University Collections throughout Australia

Private Collections in Australia and abroad

Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery

Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery

Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Hamilton Art Gallery

Gold Coast City Art Gallery

Art Gallery of Western Australia

National Portrait Gallery

Parliament House Collection

Art Gallery of South Australia

Queensland Art Gallery

National Gallery of Victoria

Art Gallery of New South Wales

Australian Embassy Collection, Washington

Tarrawarra Museum of Art

Broken Hill City Art Gallery

Geelong Gallery

Bathurst Regional Gallery

Ballarat Fine Art Gallery

Heidi Museum of Modern Art

Artbank

National Gallery of Australia

Andrew Sibley was a painter and teacher, he arrived in Australia from England in 1948, having studied at the Gravesend School of Art. Andrew Sibley was associated with Jon Molvig from 1958 to 1963.

Andrew Sibley moved to Melbourne in 1966 and held annual exhibitions there for more than thirty years.

From 1966 to 1990 Andrew Sibley lecturer in Fine Arts at RMIT a Head of Painting in the Monash University Faculty of Art and Design.

1933 Born Addisham, Kent, England
1944 - 1948 Studied at Gravesend School of Art
1948 Emigrated to Australia
1957 Began exhibiting nationally. Friendship with Jon Molvig.
   
1960 First solo exhibition.
1961 Included in Recent Australian Painting, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London.
  First exhibited in Archibald and Wynne Prize exhibitions.
1962 Australian Painting, Colonial, Impressionist, Contemporary, Tate Gallery, London.
  Awarded Transfield Art Prize.
1963 Australian Painting Today touring Europe, and Young Painters Biennale, Paris.
   
1964 Moved to Sydney.
1965 Moved to Melbourne, Young Australian Painters exhibition, touring Japan.
  Lecturer, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
1968 Focus on Andrew Sibley by Rodney Hall, published by University of Queensland.
1972 Berliner Kunstler Programme, artist-in-residence, Berlin.
   
1993 Andrew Sibley: Art on the Fringe of Being by Sasha Grishin, published by Craftsman House, Sydney
1997-1999 Head of Painting, Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University, Caulfield Campus.
1999 Retired from teaching to paint full time.
   
1960 - 2005 Over 80 solo exhibitions throughout Australia (including three at Gomboc Gallery), in Germany and USA.
1961 - 2004 Awarded numerous art prizes including Toowoomba Chronicle Art Prize, Sydney; The Winemakers’ Prize (shared), Melbourne; Caltex-Warana Prize, Brisbane; Bathurst City Purchase Prize; Andrew Fairley Art Prize, Shepparton; Georges Invitation Award (shared) Melbourne; Gold Coast City Art Prize; Launceston Art Purchase; Townsville Pacific Festival Art Prize; Dalby Art Exhibition Prize; Tattersall’s Invitation Landscape Prize, Brisbane and Stanthorpe Arts Festival Acquisitive Award; Finalist in Dobell Prize and Doug Moran National Portrait Prize.

2015

Kick Gallery Melbourne Andrew Sibley Early Paintings Last Drawings

2015

Marina Bay Sands Singapore Art Stage Singapore 2015

2014

Melbourne Art Fair 2014 Carlton, The Royal Exhibition Building

2014
2014

The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Precinct
Kick Gallery Collingwood, Melbourne

2013

Kick Gallery Collingwood, Melbourne Pivotal

2012

Kick Gallery Collingwood, Melbourne

 

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