Robert Proctor (1879-1935) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Robert Proctor was born in Scotland and arrived in Christchurch about 1886. He studied at the Canterbury School of Fine Art and with Petrus van der Velden. He exhibited and taught in Christchurch thoughout most of his career, He moved to Melbourne in 1928, where he died seven years later. He is represented in public galleries in New Zealand. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

A Naples Market
Highest Price:
A Naples Market
Oil on canvas, 90 x 60 cm
NZ & International Fine Art - Part 2, Dunbar Sloane, Wellington.
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Other works sold by this artist

An Archway
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An Archway
Oil on board, 45 x 32 cm
Important, Early & Rare, International Art Centre, Auckland.
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River Landscape
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River Landscape
Oil on board, 39 x 27 cm
Contemporary & Collectable Art, International Art Centre, Auckland.
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A Sunlit Market
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A Sunlit Market
Oil on board, 40 x 29 cm
Collectable Art, International Art Centre, Auckland.
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