Daniel Charles Moynihan (1948-.) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Melbourne in 1948, Daniel Moynihan studied painting and printmaking at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and in France. He first exhibited his bright canvasses depicting Renaissance-style angels and architecture in 1969, and has exhibited annually ever since in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Moynihan has lectured at various art colleges. He has won several awards and his work is represented in the National Gallery of Australia, the state gallery of Victoria, in Parliament House and several regional collections. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Tasmanian Tiger 1985-86
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Tasmanian Tiger 1985-86
Oil on canvas, 63 x 109 cm
Australian & European Paintings, Lawsons, Sydney.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings64A$2,040 N/A
Prints & Graphics138A$528 N/A

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