Alfred Avery Forrester (1895-1981) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Alfred Avery Forrester was born in Otago in 1895. After his marriage in 1916, the couple lived in Dunedin where Forrester received tuition from Scottish artists J. C. Veitch and W. A. Bollard. He continued his training under A. H. O'Keefe in Christchurch. In 1920 he attended the Christchurch School of Art and hellped found the North Otago Art Society.

Forrester moved to Oamaru and established a studio where he taught landscape, flower and fruit painting. He was a regular exhibitor with the Otago Art Society. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Anzac Cove, Gallipoli
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Anzac Cove, Gallipoli
Oil on board, 43 x 80 cm
Important, Early & Rare, International Art Centre, Auckland.
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The Titanic
Oil on board, 31.8 x 59.5 cm
A2 Art, Mossgreen-Webb's (formerly Webb's), Auckland.
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Untitled (Titanic)
Oil on board, 32 x 59.5 cm
November Paintings Sale, Lawson~Menzies (now trading as Menzies), Sydney.
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