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If you LOVE original art of impeccable provenance, the Art you WANT is at Galeria Aniela

We are passionate about Fine Art. Recognizing the importance of the buyer confidence in securing genuine works of art of impeccable provenance, we offer an opportunity to purchase original top-quality art shipping Worldwide. Founded in 1994, Galeria Aniela pioneer fine art outside the metropolitan area, for public display and acquisition. Challenging the status quo from its inception won the trust of some of the most important artists from post WWII until today, including Arthur Boyd, Charles Blackman, John Perceval, Jamie Boyd, Mrs. Bennett, John Olsen, Lenore Boyd, Nancy Ross, Ningura Napurrula, Minnie Pwerle, Lily Kelly Napangardi, Garry Shead. We coup the Front Page of the Sydney Morning Herald and won the ABC TV Australian National News | Boyd Video, ABC TV Sunday Afternoon | Video, ABC TV Australian National News |Perceval Video, SBS National TV Charles Blackman Video. We built a reputation in Australia and the wide World. Exhibitions - Videos

Graphics Arthur BOYD 1920-1999
Original Limited Edition Collagraph, Etching, Lithograph, Silk screen

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Arthur Boyd 1920-1999Arthur Merric Bloomfield BOYD is one the most important Australian artists from post-WWII up until today. Boyd painting 'Bride Running Away' sold for $1.68 million and 'The Frightened Bridegroom' sold for $1,2 million. AWARDS: 1956 Signatory to Antipodeans Manifesto; 1970 Officer of the Order of the British Empire; 1979 Officer of the Order of Australia; 1992 Companion of the Order of Australia; 1995 Australian of the Year Award; 1998 Australia Post honored series of Boyd stamps; 1997 Video filmed by the ABC TV Australian National News in Galeria Aniela; 1997 Video filmed by the ABC TV Australian National 'Arts Sunday Afternoon' in Galeria Aniela

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Artist: Arthur Boyd
Title: Flame Trees and Pulpit Rock 1997
Medium: Collagraph

Paper size: 97 cm x 77 cm
Edition: 70 Colours: 40 Plates: 6
Price Unframed: $8,000 Purchase  Enquire
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Artist: Arthur Boyd
Title: Flame Trees, Cockatoos and Pulpit Rock
Medium: Collagraph
Size: 102 cm x 77 cm
Edition of 70 Colours: 40 Plates: 6
Price Unframed: $8,000  Purchase  Enquire
Free postage in Australia

VIDEO filmed by the ABC TV Australian National NEWS Arthur Boyd in Galeria Aniela


Artist: Arthur Boyd
Title: Pulpit Rock Landscape
Medium: Collagraph
Size: 101 cm x 77 cm
Edition: 70 Colours: 40 Plates: 6
Price unframed: $8,000 Purchase Enquire
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Artist: Arthur Boyd
Title: Sandbank, Shoalhaven River I
Medium: Collagraph
Size: 104 cm x 63 cm
Edition: 70 Colours: 40 Plates: 6
Price unframed:
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Artist: Arthur Boyd
Title: Sandbank, Shoalhaven River II
Medium: Collagraph
Size: 104 cm x 63 cm
Edition: 70 Colours: 40 Plates: 6
Price unframed: $8,500
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Artist: Arthur Boyd
Title: Angus and the River
Edition of 70
Medium: Collagraph
Size: 106 cm x 75 cm
Colours: 40 Plates: 6
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Artist: Arthur Boyd 1920-1999
Bundanon Quartet 1991
Medium: Lithograph
Paper size: 64 cm x 84 cm
Edition: 137 Colours: 14 Plates: 4
Hand drawn zinc plates
Price Unframed: $5,500
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Artist: Arthur Boyd 1920-1999
Title: Bundanon Quartet 1991
Medium: Lithograph
Paper size: 64 cm x 84 cm
Edition: 137 Colours: 14 Plates: 4
Hand drawn zinc plates
Price Unframed: $5,500   Purchase  Enquire
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Artist: Arthur Boyd 1920-1999
Title: Bundanon Quartet 1991
Medium: Lithograph
Paper size: 64 cm x 84 cm
Edition of 137 Colours: 14 Plates: 14
Hand drawn zinc plates
Price Unframed: $5,500 Purchase  Enquire
Free postage in Australia

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Artist: Arthur Boyd 1920-1999
Bundanon Quartet 1991
Medium: Lithograph
Image size: 48 cm x 70 cm
Paper size: 64 cm x 84 cm
Edition: 137 Colours: 14 Plates: 4
Hand drawn zinc plates
Price Unframed: $5,500 Purchase  Enquire
Free postage in Australia
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Artist: Arthur Boyd 1920-1999
Title: Susanna and the Elder 1995
Edition of 45
Medium: Collagraph 

Paper size: 77 x 92 cm
Price Unframed: $8,000 Purchase  Enquire

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Artist: Arthur Boyd 1920-1999
Pulpit Rock and Cows 1998 Edition of 70
Medium: Collagraph
Image size: 70 cm x 79 cm
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Artist: Arthur Boyd 1920-1999
Title: Reflecting Rocks
    Medium: Collagraph
Paper size: 97 cm x 77 cm

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Artist: Arthur Boyd 1920-1999
Title:
White Cockatoo
Medium: Lithograph
85 x 66 cm

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Artist: Arthur Boyd 1920-1999
Title: River Bride III
Medium: Collagraph
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Artist: Arthur Boyd 1920-1999
Title: Lovers, Shoalhaven River Bank & Trees I
Medium: Collagraph
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Arthur Merric Bloomfield BOYD, AC, OBE (24 July 1920 – 24 April 1999)

Arthur Boyd was born in Australia into the artistic Boyd dynasty. Many Arthur Boyd relatives are also famous painters, sculptors, architects or other arts professionals.

Arthur Boyd sister Mary Boyd married John Perceval, and then Sidney Nolan, both artists.

Arthur Boyd and wife Yvonne Boyd née Lennie had three children and the only son, Jamie Boyd is now the Boyd family most important living artist.

Arthur Boyd is best known for his experimental and sometimes complex painting of figures and impressionist and landscapes.

Arthur Boyd was a member of the Antipodeans, Melbourne group of painters including David Boyd, Clifton Pugh, John Brack, Robert Dickerson, John Perceval and Charles Blackman.

In 1993 Arthur Boyd and wife Yvonne make a gift of the Bundanon properties and his art collections to Australia, a unique cultural and environmental asset.

The gift was borne out of Arthur Boyd's often stated belief that 'you can't own a landscape' and the deeply felt wish that others might also draw inspiration from Bundanon. Arthur Boyd is represented in all Australian state galleries.

In 1997 Arthur Boyd exhibited together with the six members of his family, for the first time, under one roof of Galeria Aniela fine art gallery.

The Best of BOYD exhibition artists:

Brothers Arthur Boyd, David Boyd and Guy Boyd

Arthur Boyd's the only son, Jamie Boyd

Nieces Lenore Boyd (daughter of Guy Boyd) and Tessa Perceval (daughter May Boyd, of Arthur's sister and John Perceval).

The 'Best of Boyd' exhibition launched by Cameron O'Reilly, Dep. Chairman National Gallery of Australia, coup the front page of the Sydney Morning Herald, 17 May 1997.

The exhibition held in Galeria Aniela Fine Art Gallery consisted  of 80 paintings and 40 bronze sculptures.

Documentary review shown on the ABC TV Australian National News, (18 May 1997) and the ABC TV Sunday Afternoon, June 1997.

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VIDEO filmed by the ABC TV Australian National NEWS Arthur Boyd in Galeria Aniela

What is a limited edition print?

A Limited Edition Print is derived from an image produced from a block, a plate, a stone, on zinc, copper or some similar surface on which the artist has worked closely with a print maker or master printer. Unlike paintings or drawings, prints exist in multiples. The total number of impressions an artist decides to make for any one image is called an edition.

Each impression in an edition is numbered and personally signed by the artist.

An image may be based on an original painting, 'after an oil', or the artist (as in the case of Arthur Boyd) may paint "maquettes" specifically for prints. The artist may also create an image directly onto the plates, depending upon the chosen medium.

Each of the various methods of printmaking yields a distinct appearance. Artists choose a specific technique in order to achieve a desired result.

The choice made by the artist to produce an image "in print" is the same as choosing to work in oil or any other medium. The only difference in print lies in the possibility of producing a number of near identical images

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Collagraph 

Collagraphs can combine the techniques of both Relief and Intaglio printing and provide the opportunity to achieve wonderful colours and textures. Collagraphs are created by building up the texture on the surface of the plate which is then inked in relief and printed. A multiple of colours is then applied to the surface of the plate and reprinted until the final image is captured. The textured surface more closely simulates the painterly effects of the original artwork.

Collography (sometimes misspelled "collagraphy") is a  process in which materials are applied to a rigid substrate (such as cardboard or wood). The word is derived from the Greek word koll or kolla, meaning glue and graph, meaning the activity of drawing, which could explain the common misspelling collagraph. (Adding to the confusion, a photo-collagraph is a term to refer to any type of collotype photographic print.)

The plate can be intaglio-inked, inked with a roller or paintbrush, or some combination thereof.

Ink or pigment is applied to the resulting collage, and the board is used to print onto paper or another material using either a press or various hand tools.

The resulting print is termed a collagraph. Substances such as carborundum, acrylic texture mediums, sandpapers, string, cut card, leaves and grasses can all be used in creating the collograph plate. In some instances, leaves can be used as a source of pigment by rubbing them onto the surface of the plate.

Different tonal effects and vibrant colours can be achieved with the technique due to the depth of relief and differential inking that results from the collograph plate's highly textured surface. Collography is a very open printmaking method. Ink may be applied to the upper surfaces of the plate with a brayer for a relief print, or ink may be applied to the entire board and then removed from the upper surfaces but remaining in the spaces between objects, resulting in an intaglio print. A combination of both intaglio and relief methods may also be employed. A printing press may or may not be used.

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Etchings

Etching begins with a metal plate, usually of copper, that has been covered with a waxy surface called a "ground". The artist creates a composition by drawing through the ground to expose the metal.

The plate is then immersed in an acid bath that chemically dissolves the exposed lines. The ground is then removed, ink is introduced into the incised lines and the plate is wiped clean.

The plate is then covered with dampened paper and run through a press under great pressure in order to force the paper into the lines, resulting in the raised characteristic of etching.

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Lithography

Invented in Germany in 1798, lithography is perhaps best known from the prints of artists of the 1890s such as Toulouse Lautrec. Lithography is based on the chemical principle that oil (or grease) and water don't mix.

On a special type of stone that has been cut-polished (or porous metal), the image is drawn with a greasy crayon or with a brush and specially prepared oil based ink.

Using a sponge, the surface is then dampened with water. An ink charged roller (oil based) is then passed over the surface. Ink is accepted by the greased image and simultaneously repelled by the indrawn areas of the stone, which retain water.

A Lithograph work is obtained by placing a sheet of paper on the inked stone or metal which sits on the bed of a lithographic press and then running the stone and paper under the scraping pressure of the press. Linear and tonal values of great range and subtlety characterise lithographs because of the freedom possible when making the original drawing on the plate.

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