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Title Artist Date of Work Object Type Accession Number
Landscape Sampler (after Olivia Spencer Bower) Landscape Sampler (after Olivia Spencer Bower)
Peter Ireland
2005
Painting
2005/18/1
Ruffle edged bowl Ruffle edged bowl
Ann Verdcourt
Ceramics
E2017/57
Ipu "Waka" Ipu "Waka"
Wi Taepa
1999
Ceramics
1999/28/1
Untitled (Spoon) Untitled (Spoon)
Vivian Smith
Unknown
Work on paper/Drawing
1988/27/180
Sunset, Looking North from Cape Evans. August 29 1911. Sunset, Looking North from Cape Evans. August 29 1911.
Edward Wilson
1911
Work on paper/Print
1957/4/3
Lucide Cogitare (Clear-Cut Thinking) Lucide Cogitare (Clear-Cut Thinking)
Megan Jenkinson
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
1989/3/3
Handform c. 1985 Handform c. 1985
Rick Rudd
Circa 1985
Ceramics
1990/5/6
Jug Jug
Ross Mitchell-Anyon
Ceramics
2002/26/1
Vessel Vessel
Rick Rudd
1994
Ceramics
1996/22/4
Queenie Queenie
The Crystal Chain Gang
2013
Decorative Arts
2013/1/1
Jug Jug
Esme Hawkins
Circa 1960s
Ceramics
2017/1/2
Bowl forms x 3 Bowl forms x 3
Rick Rudd
Ceramics
E2017/59
Double skinned bowl Double skinned bowl
Rick Rudd
1991
Ceramics
1992/1/3
Nocturne (the spiral unwinds) Nocturne (the spiral unwinds)
Gretchen Albrecht
Circa 1991
Painting
1992/18/1
Leith Valley, Dunedin Leith Valley, Dunedin
George O'Brien
Circa 1870
Work on paper/Watercolour
1977/19/1
Yokohama, Japan. From the Urban Series Yokohama, Japan. From the Urban Series
Rita Dibert
1991
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
2006/6/7
Prayer, lectio divina and work, according to St Benedict, are the three most important elements of a monk's life. A novice does two hours work in the community each day, a professed sister three. Work or employments vary and are rotated every three months. Shown here are the Vestarian, who make and repairs the habits, and cowls, the Laundry Sister, the Pantry Sister and the Guest Mistress or Portress who looks after visitors and retreatants. There are a few rooms in the outer enclosure for guests or for people who wish to make retreats. Prayer, lectio divina and work, according to St Benedict, are the three most important elements of a monk's life. A novice does two hours work in the community each day, a professed sister three. Work or employments vary and are rotated every three months. Shown here are the Vestarian, who make and repairs the habits, and cowls, the Laundry Sister, the Pantry Sister and the Guest Mistress or Portress who looks after visitors and retreatants. There are a few rooms in the outer enclosure for guests or for people who wish to make retreats.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/42
A place setting in the refectory. The Great Silence is observed here, and meals are accompanied by readings from the Rule of St Benedict or of a religious or historic nature. A place setting in the refectory. The Great Silence is observed here, and meals are accompanied by readings from the Rule of St Benedict or of a religious or historic nature.
Anne Noble
1988
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
L1991/23/43
Evening meal at the homestead. Evening meal at the homestead.
John McDermott
1993
Work on paper/Print/Photograph
2008/11/4
Juxtaposition Juxtaposition
Raewyne Johnson
1988
Ceramics
1990/7/1
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