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Bowerbank Ninow Artist Database Launched

We are proud to announce the launch of our online database of New Zealand artists. Each artist in the database has their own page, including a comprehensive biography, images of works by the artist, and links to essays about the artist previously published in Bowerbank Ninow’s award-winning catalogue.

The artist database is an ongoing project that is updated after each auction with information about artists whose work has been included in the sale. At present, the database includes entries for eighty-five New Zealand artists from the nineteenth century to the present day, as well as 80 essays and interviews by leading curators, art writers and academics. In this way, the database will continue to grow over time as more art passes through our auction catalogues. We believe that our database already represents a substantial body of information about New Zealand art and artists, much of which has not previously been accessible in one location.

The database is intended as a research tool and resource which should be of interest to students, art lovers and collectors, and is also a convenient way to view Bowerbank Ninow’s auction results by artist. We look forward to sharing our passion for New Zealand art with the public by maintaining this free resource.

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