Esmond Atkinson (1888-1941) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Born in Wellington, New Zealand in 1888, Esmond Atkinson was the grandson and nephew of painters J C and D K Richmond. A botanist and self taught artist, Atkinson worked in the Department of Agriculture before his appointment in 1928 as official artist for the Dominion Museum, Wellington. He exhibited with the NZ Academy of Fine Arts and his work is represented in the National Art Gallery. Atkinson's watercolours were reproduced for 'New Zealand Flowers and Fruits' 1958. He died in 1941. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

North Island Scenes
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North Island Scenes
Three watercolours, 25 x 35 cm
Important Early & Rare New Zealand Paintings - 19th Century, International Art Centre, Auckland.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Works on Paper198A$800 N/A

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