Raymond Arnold

b. 1950

Renowned Australian printmaker Raymond Arnold’s work has been featured in several significant group exhibitions at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra including ‘Pre-settlement to present’ in 1989, ‘My head is a Map – Prints of the Decade’ in 1992 and ‘Federation: Australian Art and Society 1901-2001’. Arnold has completed commissions for both the National Gallery of Australia and the Print Council of Australia and was awarded an Australia Council Fellowship in 1992. His work is represented by the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; the Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane; the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Tasmania; the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart; Parliament House, Canberra; Artbank, Sydney and numerous Regional gallery collections including Ballarat, Burnie, Mornington, Newcastle, Shepparton, Warrnambool, Wollongong, Monash University and the University of Tasmania. His work is featured prominently in Roger Butler’s ‘Australian Prints’ published by the National Gallery of Australia.

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In Blog

The Glover Prize 2020: Raymond Arnold and Rodney Pople

Congratulations to Raymond Arnold and Rodney Pople who were selected as finalists in The Glover Prize this year. Celebrating the …

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Raymond Arnold at Geelong Gallery

Raymond Arnold’s major work, Elsewhere world (Final consolidated A–H) exhibited at Geelong Gallery The gallery have recently been gifted the 8-panel suite of …

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Mary Tonkin – Artist Feature

Image above: Ramble, Kalorama  (detail)  2017-19  oil on linen  180 x 1890 cm Mary Tonkin has a unique ability of capturing …

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Rodney Forbes – Artist Feature

Rodney Forbes’ paintings address deeply poignant subject matter through dreamlike and surreal imagery. Figures and objects float against his trademark …

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Sue Anderson: “Savouring moments of artistic escape”

“Two weeks into lockdown, wading through the bleakness of pandemic panic, impending winter, and the wild west of Collingwood’s tumbleweed …

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