John Pine Snadden (1913-99) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Born 24 May 1913 in Te Kuiti, John Snadden served in the artillery during World War II and recieved a Military Cross for his part in the Battle of Crete.

Post war he worked in advertising and film production and latterly taught art at secondary school level and in private classes.

He painted and exhibited with, among others, Don Peebles, John Drawbridge, Melvyn Day, Brian Carmody.

John Snadden was married to Julie Tipping until his death and between them had four children and 10 grandchildren.

He died 20 July 1999 Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Spatial Composition
Highest Price:
Spatial Composition
Oil, ink and gesso on board, 28.2 x 38 cm
The Les and Milly Paris Collection, Art+Object, Auckland.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings51A$7,278 N/A
Prints & Graphics51A$123 N/A

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