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Founded in 1994, Galeria Aniela won the trust of some of the most important artist from the post WWII until today. We built successful reputation in the World and Australia selling top-quality artworks of impeccable provenance. We manage the first transfer of ownership from the artist to the buyer, shipping worldwide artworks by Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal artists including Arthur Boyd, Jamie Boyd, Lenore Boyd, John Perceval, John Olsen, Charles Blackman, Billy Stockman, Mrs. Bennett, Ningura Napurrula, Stephen Glassborow and many more.

The BOYD family Exhibition coup the front page of Sydney Morning Herald, Australian National NEWS ABC TV and the Sunday Afternoon ABC TV in 1997. In 2000 Australian National NEWS ABC TV herald John Perceval Retrospective. In 2002 Art-Scream filmed Charles Blackman Retrospective. In 2015 Minnie Pwerle painting won Australian Curriculum accrediting the AAA © Estate of the artist. We are grateful to Sir David Attenborough, Bob Hawke the former Prime Minister of Australia, Cameron O’Reilly and Australian Media for support, and art-loving buyers for helping artists to make a living with their creations.

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Celia Perceval B.1949 paintings

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Celia Perceval is a highly reputable Australian artist, the second daughter of Mary Boyd (Arthur Boyd sister, later Lady Nolan) and John Perceval 1923-2000, one of the the most important Australian artists from post-WWII up until today.

Celia Perceval work is represented in Australia and around the world including Bendigo Regional Art Gallery, New England Regional Art Gallery, Admirable City Art Gallery Museum, Croft Castle, Shropshire England also private Collections England, Ireland, France, Portugal, Hong Kong, Japan, America.

Celia Perceval work is recognized as art investment and highly sought after, painting Bringing the Cows 77x87cm sold for $97,005, Picking Daffodils 51x61cm $38,400.

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Artist: Celia Perceval (B.1949)

Title: Nullica Inlet with Seagulls  ENLARGE
Medium: Oil on Board

Image Size: 90 cm x 120 cm
Framed size: 120 x 150 cm

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Nullica Inlet with Seagulls Framed Nullica Inlet with Seagulls


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Celia Perceval working in the bush, painting en plein air

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Celia Perceval, Major Mitchell Cockatoos in the Forest, Oil on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm
Celia Perceval
Major Mitchell Cockatoos
90 x 120 cm
Oil on board

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Celia Perceval, Waterhole at Centipede Creek, Oil on Canvas, 75 x 110 cm
Celia Perceval
Waterhole at Centipede Creek
Oil on Canvas
75 x 110 cm

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Celia Perceval, Wild flowers, Oil on Canvas, 60 x 90 cm
Celia Perceval
 Flowers in the Path
Size: 60 x 90 cm
Oil on board
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Celia Perceval, Red Boat with Bunny Tails at Kiah Inlet, Oil on Canvas, 60 x 90 cm
Celia Perceval
Red Boat with Bunny Tails
60 x 90 cm
 Oil on board

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Celia belongs to the Boyd family that began in 1886 with the marriage of Emma Minnie à Beckett (1858-1936) and Arthur Merric Boyd (1862-1940).

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$97,005

Bringing the Cows Home, Oil on canvas, 77 x 87 cm, Deutscher~Menzies, Sydney | Lot 6: CELIA PERCEVAL Bringing the Cows Home 77 x 87

$38,400

Picking Daffodils, Oil on canvas, 51 x 61 cm, Est: $3,000-5,000, Deutscher~Menzies, Sydney, 07/12/2005

$17,182

Crimson Sunset, Oil on board, 122 x 90 cm, Est: $10,000-15,000, Menzies, Australian & International Fine Art & Sculpture, Sydney, 28/03/2019

$9,600 Wattle in Sunlight, Oil on canvas, 56 x 71 cm, Est: $2,000-3,000, Deutscher~Menzies, Sydney, 15/06/2005
$9,205 House Boats at Pin-Mill, Oil on canvas, 84 x 100cm, Est: $6,000-8,000, Menzies, Important Australian and International Fine Art, Melbourne, 25/06/2015

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Celia Perceval Biography  

 

Celia Perceval is a highly reputable Australian artist and her work is highly sought after by Australian and international art collectors. Celia belongs to the distinguished Boyd artistic dynasty that began in 1886 with the marriage of Emma Minnie à Beckett (1858-1936) and Arthur Merric Boyd (1862-1940).

Celia is a second daughter of John Perceval  (1923-2000) and Arthur Boyd's sister Mary, Lady Nolan.

Celia Perceval work is recognized as art investment and represented in Australia and around the world including Bendigo Regional Art Gallery, New England Regional Art Gallery, Admirable City Art Gallery Museum, Croft Castle, Shropshire England also private Collections England, Ireland, France, Portugal, Hong Kong, Japan, America.

Celia Perceval paintings are sold in some of the finest art galleries as well as major auction houses: Dutscher Menzies sold $97,005, Bonhams & Goodman $24,874, Joel Fine Art $24,316, Lawson Menzies $22,212, Christies $10,584.

Celia has been continuously painting since her early age and holding her first exhibition in 1966 when she was just 16. Celia Perceval is well-known for her heavily textured, expressive paintings of the Australian bush often focusing on the coastal bush-land.

Celia Perceval was born in Melbourne in 1949, a third child (a second daughter) to Lady Mary Boyd (Nolan) and John Perceval (1923-2000). Throughout her career spanning 40 years she creates magical landscapes, she travels and painting on location in Australia and Europe. Celia Perceval is a highly regarded Australian artist and her work is sought after by Australian and International collectors. Celia’s work is represented in many private and public collections in Australia and around the world.

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Bendigo Regional Art Gallery

New England Regional Art Gallery

Admirable City Art Gallery Museum

Croft Castle, Shropshire England

also Private Collections England, Ireland, France, Portugal, Hong Kong, Japan, America

DEUTSCHER~MENZIES | 383 · CELIA PERCEVAL (Landscape), 384 · Landscape at Llanfair Waterdien, Lot 6: CELIA PERCEVAL (1949 - ) - Bringing the Cows Home 77 x 87

Born in Brighton, Melbourne in 1949, Celia Perceval is a self-taught painter, first exhibited at the age of sixteen. She developed her inspiration for drawing and painting in the artistic environment created by her parents John Perceval (1923-2000) and Mary Boyd. Celia Perceval is a highly regarded Australian artist and her work is sought after by Australian and International collectors. Celia, a self-taught painter has exhibited widely in Australia. She has been continuously painting since her early age and holding first exhibition in 1966 when she was just 16. Celia Perceval is a famous artist in her own right and well-known for her heavily textured and expressive paintings of the Australian bush often focusing on the coastal bush-land. Celia Perceval was born in Melbourne in 1949, a second daughter of Lady Mary Nolan (Boyd) and the late John Perceval (1923-2000). Throughout her career spanning 40 years as a landscape painter travelling and painting on location in Australia and Europe. Celia’s work is in many private and public collections in Australia and around the world.

Celia has travelled extensively to paint the Australian bush, often setting up camp in remote areas such as The Stirling Ranges in Western Australia, the Flinders Ranges in South Australia and the Gulf and Cape areas of Queensland. She believes that painting 'on the spot' enhances the effect of the painting - capturing the light and atmosphere of the landscape.

1963 - Celia travelled with her parents by sea to England- Visited ports such as Celon (India), The Red Sea and Europe.
Celia's youthful experiences of different cultures and landscapes had an everlasting effect on her drawing and painting.
1965 - The family returned to Australia and Celia often painted with her father
John Perceval (1923-2000)
in the bush around the ACT.
1966 - She exhibited her work for the first time in Canberra at the age of 16 years.
1967 - Celia married and moved back to London where her son Timothy was born.
1968 - She went to live and work in the small village of Tourrettes sur Loup in the South of France. Here she made hundreds of drawings of the village people (some pieces were later exhibited at the Crernorne Gallery, Sydney). Celia then moved to a tiny hamlet in northern Italy to continue drawing the people and landscape of the area. Although she spend much time painting in countries such as France, Italy, England, Ireland, Wales and India, she would continually make many trips back to Australia as she maintained a deep affection for the bush that shaped her childhood.

1971 - London Hilton Art Gallery solo exhibition
1972 - Cremorne Gallery, Sydney exhibition.
1973 - Australian Galleries, Melbourne.
Travelled for 18 months on a painting trip around Australia
1975 - Bonython Gallery, Sydney
1976 - Australian Galleries, Melbourne
She travelled to Europe visiting many countries including Thailand, Afghanistan, Nepal and Turkey, settled in Wales where she built her studio from 17th century ruins, based for 12 years whilst painting throughout the United Kingdom and Europe made regular painting trips back to Australia.
1977 - Phillip Bacon Galleries,
1977 - Brisbane, Armidale City Art Gallery, New England
1978 - The Marches Gallery, Wales
1979 - Australian Galleries, Melbourne
1980 - Barry Stern Galleries, Sydney, Abercrombie Gallery, Melbourne
1983 - Qantas Gallery, London
1984 - Abercrombie Gallery, Melbourne
1985 - Marches Gallery, Wales
1986 - Boarder Arts Festival, Wales
1987 - Boarder Arts Festival, Wales, Painting trip to India and throughout Australia
1988 - Returned to live permanently in Australia.
1990 - Exhibition at Wagner Art Gallery, Sydney
1991 - Cooks Hill Gallery, Newcastle
1992 - Gould Galleries, Melbourne, moved to North Queensland.
1993 - Gould Galleries, Melbourne
1993 - Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney
1995 - Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney
1996 - Gould Galleries, Melbourne
1997 - Celia built her studio in the hill on the Sapphire Coast where she now lives and works.
1999 - Galleria Aniela, Kangaroo Valley, Wagner Art Gallery, Sydney.
2002 - Wagner Art Gallery, Sydney.
2004 - Wagner Art Gallery, Sydney, Linton and Shaw Fine Art Gallery, Perth

Celia Perceval is listed in the following standard biographical references.

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the ABC TV National News Perceval Retrospective in Galeria Aniela, August 2000VIDEO ABC TV John Perceval in Galeria Aniela filmed by Australian National News (gallery site)

VIDEO: ABC TV Australian National News John Perceval Retrospective in Galeria Aniela Art Review by  Anne Maria Nicholson, the ABC News and Current Affairs Senior Art Reporter

VIDEO YouTube: ABC TV Australian National News exhibition in Galeria Aniela open by Cameron O'Reilly, Chairman Australia National Gallery (Arthur Boyd, David Boyd, Jamie Boyd, Lenore Boyd, Guy Boyd)

VIDEO YouTube: ABC TV Sunday Afternoon art Review  exhibition in Galeria Aniela

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VIDEO gallery site: ABC TV National News | John Perceval Retrospective

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