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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

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Charles Blackman B.1928

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Browse Graphics

Blackman painting The Game of Chess sold for 1.78 million, Alice's Journey sold for $1,02 million

AWARDS: 1956 Signatory to Antipodeans Manifesto; 1958 Rowney Prize; 1958 George Crouch Prize; 1960 George Crouch Prize; 1960) Wins Award Prize The Age; 1960 Helena Rubinstein Scholarship Art Award; 1966 Archibald Prize; 1977 OBE for services to Australian art; 1993 National Galley of Victoria Retrospective; 2006 National Gallery of Victoria Alice in Wonderland; 2002 VIDEO Blackman Retrospective Art-Scream Australian National TV the SBS TV ;  2010 The Blackman Hotel

 

Arthur Boyd 1920-1999

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Browse Graphics

BOYD painting 'Bride Running Away' sold for $1,680,000 and 'The Frightened Bridegroom' sold for 1,200,000 and another BRIDE painting 'Bridegroom Waiting for His Bride to Grow Up' sold for $1,057,500.

AWARDS: 1956 Signatory to Antipodeans Manifesto; 1970 Officer of the Order of the British Empire; 1971 Britannica Award; 1979 Officer of the Order of Australia; 1979 OBE London UK; 1992 Companion of the Order of Australia; 1995 Australian of the Year Winner of the Australian of the Year Award; 1998 Australia Post honored series of postage stamps

1997 (May)  Video the ABC TV Australian National News

1997 (June) Video the ABC TV Australian National Sunday Afternoon

Arthur Boyd father: William Merric Boyd (1888-1959); Grandfather: Arthur Merric Boyd (1862-1940) Senior

 

David Boyd 1924-2011

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David Boyd is one the most significant Australian artists from post-WWII up until today.  David Boyd painting 'King Found' sold for $215,100.

AWARDS: 1956 Signatory to Antipodeans Manifesto; 1960 President of the Contemporary Art Society; 1960 Councillor Museum of Modern Art of Australia; 1961 First Prize Italian Art Scholarship for Australian Chairman of the Federal Council of the Contemporary Art Society of Australia; 1993–96 Artist-in-residence the School of Law, Macquarie University NSW; 1998 International Academy of Modern Art Rome Italy; Commonwealth Institute London

 

Jamie Boyd B.1948

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Jamie Boyd is the most important living artist of the Boyd family. His father is Arthur Boyd

COLLECTION: Queen Victoria Museum Art Gallery England, The Tavistock Centre London, National Gallery of Victoria, National Gallery of Australia, Bundanon Trust Collection, University of South Australia, University of Western Australia, Council Adult Education Melbourne, Guildhall School of Music & Drama London, Art Bank, BHP Billiton - Australia, Boxer Collection Australia

 

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Guy Boyd 1923-1988

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AWARDS: (1956) Signatory to Antipodeans Manifesto; Guy Martin à Beckett Boyd (1923-1988) known as Guy Boyd, belongs to the distinguished artistic Boyd dynasty that began in 1886 with the marriage of Emma Minnie Boyd à Beckett (1858-1936) and (Senior) Arthur Merric Boyd (1862-1940). Brothers: Arthur Boyd and David Boyd.  Guy had 7 children including Lenore Boyd. Guy Boyd Father: William Merric Boyd (1888-1959). Grandfather: Arthur Merric Boyd (1862-1940) Senior
 

Lenore Boyd B.1954

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Lenore Boyd is a renown artist, studied with her father,  Guy Martin à Beckett Boyd (1923-1988)  began sculpting at an early age. Lenore work has been influenced by classical Master sculptors including Auguste Rodin, Aristide Maillol, Michelangelo, Antoine Bourdelle and Guy Boyd.
 

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Nathaniel Boyd B.1983

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Nathaniel Boyd father is Jamie Boyd (1948)

Jamie Boyd and wife Helena youngest son, he spends time by the Shoalhaven River in Bundanon where he creates beautiful paintings, same as his father Jamie Boyd and grandfather Arthur Boyd. Exhibited 'A Century of Boyd Exhibition launched by Hon. Bob Hawke Former Prime Minister of Australia.

 

Ray Crooke 1920-2015

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AWARDS 1969 Archibald Prize with a portrait of George Johnston

COLLECTION: Major Australian State, National and Regional Galleries and private collections within Australia and overseas including Rome Vatican Museum collection 

 

Bogdan Fialkowski B.1943

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AWARDS: (1970) Honorary Masters Degree, the Academy of Fine Arts in Poland

Represented in around the world including: The Vatican Museum Collection, the National Gallery of Australia's former deputy Chairman private collection Mr. Cameron O'Reilly  and several significant collections in Australia, Norway,  Switzerland, Germany, France, Poland, Italy, Spain and Belgium.

 

George Gittoes B.1949

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George Gittoes, social realist artist & filmmaker

AWARDS: (1997) award of Member of the Order of Australia for service to Australia and service to art and international relations as an artist and photographer portraying the effects on the environment of war, international disasters and heavy industry; (2001) awarded the Centenary Medal for service as an internationally renowned artist; (2009) an honorary Doctorate in Letters from University of New South Wales

 

Stephen Glassborow

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Stephen Glassborow is one of the most successful and most prominent Australian artists. Glassborow specializes in bronze sculptures, exhibiting widely around the world.

COLLECTION: Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Korea, China, America and Europe

 

Pamela Griffith paintings

Pamela Griffith B.1943

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Browse Graphics

COLLECTION: Earl of Essex, Edward, Vatican, Metropolitan Museum NY, Musée national de la Marine Accueil Paris, National Gallery Victoria, National Gallery of Australia, Parliament Australia, Powerhouse Museum, Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, State Library NSW, Parliament NSW, Mitchell Shire Libraries, Governor of NSW, Prime Minister France, Prime Minister Lithuania, Palace Beijing, Charles Stuart University, University of NSW, Family Court Australia, Bundaberg Gallery, Tamworth Regional Gallery, Dubbo Gallery, Bathurst Gallery, Wollongong City Gallery, Comalco Rio Tinto, John Howard, Laperouse Museum Paris France

 

Deborah Halpern B.1957

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Deborah Halpern is one of Australia's most celebrated sculptors notable for prominent works of public art. Halpern is a sculptor, mosaic artist and ceramic artist inspired by the free spirit of Pablo Picasso. Deborah Halpern famous sculpture include 'Angel' commissioned by National Gallery of Victoria (Birrarung Marr). Halpern 'Ophelia' is the official face of Melbourne by Tourism Victoria outside the Southgate complex at Southbank, Victoria.

 
Col Henry sculpture

Col Henry B.1940

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AWARDS:

  • 2008 Queensland Swell Sculpture
  • 2008 Headland Sculpture in NZ, international Artist in Residence
  • 2008 Installation University West Sydney Sculpture Prize Prizes
  • 2008 Won the Perisher Blue Sculpture Award at Jindabyne
  • 2009 Awarded a highly commended Wyong Art
 

David Robert HILL B.1947

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David Robert Hill studied in London and Julian Ashton School Sydney. Hill is known for his celebratory use of colour and abstract-expressionism style. David Robert Hill has held many exhibitions. His work is represented in collections in around the world. Gallimaufry features David Robert Hill work with almost 200 artworks.

David Robert Hill book: 'Gallimaufry' is a galaxy of Hill's paintings and his poetry, Dale Turner, Denis Kevans & poets at the Parakeet.

 

Robin Holliday 1932-2014

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Robin Holliday  a renowned sculptor with a distinguished career in molecular biology. He proposed a mechanism of DNA-strand exchange that attempted to explain gene-conversion events that occur during meiosis in fungi. He proposed the model in 1964 known as the Holliday Junction.

 

Pin Hsun Hsiang sculpture

Pin Hsun Hsiang B.1958

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COLLECTION: 1986 "Polo" oil painting held in Brazil, 1994 "Tired Lady" Wood carving selected by Max Willis, previous Chairman of NSW Parliament House (permanent display at Parliament house), 2004 "Leap"  Wood carving won The Running Rock Masterworks prize at Darling Park, 2005 "Back" Wood carving won The Sculptors Society prize at Darling Park, 2008 "Naughty Girl  2nd" Sculpture won The Sculptors Society prize at Darling Park
 

Danielle Legge sculpture

Danielle Legge B.1953

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AWARDS: (1998) the Stanthorpe Arts Festival sculpture competition Award

COLLECTION: Australia, America, Mexico, England,  Ireland, France, Portugal, Spain, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and Tasmania.

     

Regina Noakes B.1958

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AWARDSGold Medal Lorenzo Medici the City of Florence; Australian Visual Arts Grants (3 times); (2003) New York The Healing Power of Art; (2003) Perpetual Trophy WA Arts Society (twice); (2002) Outstanding Performance Armadale Award; (2002) Arts Manhattan New York

COLLECTIONS: Eric Clapton, Fulham Palace London, Ministry Water Resources Sultanate Oman, Brooklyn Museum New York, Singapore Economic Board, Jean & Charles Schulz Information Centre Sonoma State University California, Visual Arts Centre Eastern Washington University, University of Cambridge, University  Norwich, University London, Western Australian Electoral Commission, Atelier International New York, Women's Aid Abroad Malaysia, Balya Cancer Foundation, Data Analysis Australia, Toyota Australia, Toorak College Mount Eliza Victoria, Methodist Ladies College Perth, Hale Boys School Perth WA, Evans & Tate Wineries Perth WA

 

John Olsen B.1928

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Important living Australian artist from post-WWII up until today. Olsen painting sold for $1.09 million

AWARDS: (1960) Rockdale Prize; (1961) H.C. Richards Memorial Queensland Art Gallery Brisbane Prize; (1962) Royal Sydney Show Prize; (1963) Georges Art Prize Melbourne; (1964) Launceston Prize Tasmania; (1969) Wynne Prize Gallery of NSW; (1977) Order of the British Empire (OBE); (1985) Wynne Prize Gallery of NSW; (1993) Australian Creative Fellowship; (2001) Order of Australia; (2005) Archibald Portrait Prize

     

Margaret Olley 1923-2011

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AWARDS:
(1947)
Mosman Art Prize;
Art Gallery of New South Wales

     

Celia Perceval paintings

Celia Perceval B.1949

Celia Perceval paintings

Parents: John Perceval and Mary Boyd Lady Nolan

COLLECTION: Bendigo Art Gallery, New England Regional Art Gallery, Admirable City Art Gallery Museum, Croft Castle, Shropshire England, Deutscher Menzies, also England, Ireland, France, Portugal, Spain, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, America.

     

John Perceval 1923-2000

John Perceval paintings

John Perceval is the most significant artists from post-WWII up until today.
AWARDS
: (1956) Signatory to Antipodeans Manifesto;
 (1959) McCaughey Prize; (1960) Wynne Prize for Dairy Farm, Victoria; (1991) Officer of the Order of Australia for service to the visual arts.

John Perceval Williamstown (1958) painting sold for $552,500

     

Tessa Perceval paintings

Tessa Perceval B.1947

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COLLECTION: University of Cambridge the New Hall Art Collection, Bundanon Trust - Collection The Gift to the Nation of Arthur & Yvonne Boyd, Heide Museum of Modern Art John & Sunday Reed Collection, Newcastle City Council Region Art Gallery, Gold Coast Arts Centre, collections Australia, England, France, Spain, Singapore. Parents: John Perceval  (1923-2000)and Mary Boyd-Lady Nolan

 

Dino Rogliani sculpture

Dino Rogliani B.1932

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AWARDS: (2008) Winner Exibition Campbeltown  Art NSW; 2005 Award of the Artist on Norton Sydney; (2002) Winner Artist on Norton Sydney; 2002 Winner Sculpture Prize Holroyd City; (2002) Winner Local section Fisher`s Ghost; 2000 Winner at Campbelltown  Art Gallery; (2000) Encouragement Award Fisher`s Ghos

 

Kinga Rypinska B.1954

Kinga Rypinska paintings

An establish artist offers the magic taking us to  the Secret World Wonder with the state-of-the-art expression.

 

Garry Shead B.1942

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COLLECTIONS: National Gallery of Australia, Gallery of NSW, Art Gallery of SA, Queensland Art Gallery, Art Gallery Lake Macquarie, City Council Gallery, Wollongong City Art Gallery, Hungarian National Museum Budapest, Australian National University, University of Queensland, University of NSW, University of WA, Parliament of Australia, National Film Sound Archive, NAVA Board National Association for the Visual Arts, Sydney Morning Herald, Brisbane City Art Gallery, State Bank Sydney, Visual Arts Crafts Board, Phillip Morris Collection

 

Andrew Sibley 1933-2015

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AWARDS:

  • Toowoomba Chronicle Art Prize, The Winemakers’ Prize
  • Caltex-Warana Prize, Bathurst City Purchase Prize
  • Andrew Fairley Art Prize, Georges Award,
  • Gold Coast Prize
  • Launceston Art Purchase, Townsville Pacific Art Prize
  • Dalby Art Prize
  • Tattersalls Invitation Prize
  • Brisbane Stanthorpe Arts Award
  • Dobell Prize
  • Doug Moran National Portrait Prize
 

Peter Smith (1936-2005) sculpture

Peter Smith 1938-2005

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AWARDS: President position of Boort Fiesta from its Conception, an annual festival devoted to arts: painting, sculpture, photography, film, music, food and wine. 

     

Alan Somerville

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COLLECTIONS:  National Australian War Memorial Canberra, Centennial More Park Trust, State Rail Authority, Lloyd's Bank Sydney, Royal Australian Navy

 

 

Gaye Spencer B.1954

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Susan Weaver B.1958

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COLLECTIONS: Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, Lake Macquarie Regional City Art Gallery, Newcastle Permanent Building Society collection, Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI), PricewaterhouseCoopers- PwC Australia

 

Brett Whiteley 1939-1992

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COLLECTIONS:

National Gallery of Australia

Tate Gallery London

Museum of Modern Art New York

 

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