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The Cherelle Hutchinson Collection

24 July - 13 August, 2014

Exhibition Catalogue

Sculptural Painting (Rock Formation)

Guy Stuart

1978

oil on canvas, 122.00 x 151.00

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Landscape Quartet

Fred Williams

1962

sugar acquatint, resin acquatint, engraving and drypoint in sepia on Kent paper, 25.00 x 18.00

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Opus 140

Robert Klippel

1962

brazed bronze, phos-copper relief, 18.00 x 28.00

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Landscape Study II

John Firth-Smith

1969

oil on canvas, 61.00 x 76.00

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(Portrait of a Woman)

Anne Hall

1966

pastel on paper, 75.50 x 55.00

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Peninsula

Elwyn Lynn

1966

mixed media and oil on board, 61.00 x 71.00

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Circle of Confusion

James Rosenquist

1965

screenprint, 97/200, 60.00 x 50.00

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Man and Woman trying to Catch a Mythological Bird

David Warren

1965

ink and watercolour on paper, 36.00 x 35.00

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Custom Print No. 1 from 11 Pop Artists, Vol. 1

Peter Phillips

1965

screenprint on paper, 97/200, 60.00 x 50.00

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Camel Arrogance

Mary Macqueen

1966

pencil on paper, 24.00 x 19.00

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Untitled

Janet Alderson

c. 1969

oil on canvas, 77.00 x 102.00

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Jug

Shigeo Shiga

c. 1975

ceramic jug with cream glaze, 25.00

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(Landscape)

Muriel Luders

c. 1965

oil on board, 71.50 x 92.00

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(Untitled)

Clement Meadmore

c. 1960

welded steel wall hangings - Test Panels, 13.00 x 12.00 x 1.00

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A pair of Armchairs

Max Hutchinson

76.50 x 60.00 x 61.50

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Armchair and stool

Max Hutchinson

76.00 x 55.00 x 52.00

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Coffee table

Janet Dawson

1968

laminex on particle board, chrome frame and legs, 122.00 x 51.00 x 46.00

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Awl - from the portfolio 11 Pop Artists, Volume 1

Jim Dine

1965

screenprint, ed 97/200, 56.50 x 48.00

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Since its establishment in 1984, the Charles Nodrum Gallery’s exhibition program embraces a diversity of media and styles - from painting, sculpture & works on paper to graphics and photography; from figurative, geometric, gestural, surrealist & social comment to installation & conceptually based work.