Some popular names in French art have made their way to Gore in an exhibition of 19th century printmaking.
Gericault to Gauguin is a selection of Te Papa's French prints from the 19th century which are on display at the Eastern Southland Gallery.
Artists who were better known as painters produced the prints, such as Jean Louis Gericault, Camille Corot and Edouard Manet. The prints came at a time when etching, which was seen as a way to reproduce paintings and drawings, also became a more viable medium for making original prints.
Eastern Southland Gallery programmes officer Marcella Geddes said it was an honour to be hosting such a prestigious collection. Michael O'Kane's photos of old play-worn toys are also on display at the gallery.
Both exhibits will run until November 25 and entry is free.
- © Fairfax NZ News
Do you agree with the city council's cut back on meals?Related story: Shadbolt bemused by 'prince of gluttony' tag