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FRIENDS OF HAMILTON ART GALLERY 40TH ANNIVERSARY

2012-13 ANNUAL REPORT


FRIENDS OF HAMILTON ART GALLERY 40TH ANNIVERSARY Introduction 3

Committee and Members

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Acquisitions 9

2012-13 HAMILTON ART GALLERY ANNUAL REPORT Director’s Report

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President’s Report

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Exhibitions Program

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Acquisitions 29

Public Programs

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Trust Report 40

Life Members 44


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INTRODUCTION 2012-13

This annual report - the 51st for the Gallery - is dedicated to the Friends of Hamilton Art Gallery who celebrate their 40th anniversary this year.

Forty years of operation for an independent, voluntary group represents a series of great achievements, that the Gallery has been the fortunate beneficiary of (as the detailed in this report) Inspired originally by John Ashworth, the Gallery’s first Director, the Friends (then the Gallery Society) soon set off on their own path, initially under the direction of Mary Falkenberg. Mary not only gave the Friends their own direction but remained a core supporter of the Friends and the Gallery for the next thirty years and we all owe her a great debt. Still she was the first of a great group of generous individuals who became Presidents of the Friends over the many years to follow. These Presidents have been backed by secretaries, treasurers, membership secretaries and a core of committee members on whom most of the day to day works has fallen. This edition of the annual report celebrates their input to the Gallery, and by extension to the community, and is a small way by both recording them and thanking them. They can all look proudly upon the Gallery as their achievement as much as it has been the achievement of the Council staff that has run it day to day.

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It is also a result of the wise guidance by the Friends committee members that the Friends have maintained a core membership of around four hundred members for at least the last twenty five years. Consisting of both individual and family memberships this totals up to some six hundred or so people who have consistently supported the Gallery. Contrasted with other regional galleries across the state this is a truly significant achievement. The Friends is primarily intended to be the Gallery’s conduit to the community, a task it has excelled in, but this would be selling it short to see it only in these terms. Its contribution of major acquisitions, of exhibitions, its support in funding items outside Council’s remit and its continual supplying of volunteers for almost everything you can think of gives a clearer idea of its actual function. We have endeavoured to record as many of these achievements as possible in this report and apologise to anyone for whom and what we may have inadvertently neglected. Thank you to all the members of the Friends over the past forty years. We trust and rely on your ongoing support as the Gallery faces its future successes and challenges.. Sincerely Daniel McOwan Director Hamilton Art Gallery Jane Macdonald President Friends of Hamilton Art Gallery


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FRIENDS OF HAMILTON ART GALLERY COMMITTEE AND MEMBERS

Year Presidents Secretaries Treasurers Membership 2013-14 Jane Macdonald Careena Macdonald Jacqui de Kievit Megan McLarty 2012-13 Jane Macdonald Careena Macdonald Jacqui de Kievit Maggie Cameron 2011-12 Jane Macdonald Suzie Speirs Jacqui de Kievit Maggie Cameron 2010-11 Meg McLarty Suzie Speirs Jacqui de Kievit Maggie Cameron 2009-10 Meg McLarty Suzie Speirs Jacqui de Kievit Maggie Cameron 2008-09 Meg McLarty Suzie Speirs Jacqui de Kievit Maggie Cameron 2007-08 Meg McLarty Suzie Speirs Jacqui de Kievit Maggie Cameron 2006-07 Roz Greenwood Jane Jones Jill Smith Meg McLarty 2005-06 Roz Greenwood Jane Jones Jill Smith Meg McLarty 2004-05 Roz Greenwood Jane Jones Jill Smith Meg McLarty 2003-04 Peter Dowling Roz Greenwood Jane Jones Meg McLarty 2002-03 Peter Dowling Maggie Cameron Jane Jones Elizabeth Falkenberg 2001-02 Jo Earl Maggie Cameron Jane Jones Ruth Walter 2000-01 Jo Earl Elizabeth Falkenberg Libby Ellis Ruth Walter 1999-00 Jo Earl Elizabeth Falkenberg Richard Croker Ruth Walter 1998-99 Jo Earl Elizabeth Falkenberg Richard Croker Marty Croker 1997-98 Patricia Bird Jo Earl Richard Croker Marty Croker 1996-97 Patricia Bird Jo Earl Richard Croker Sina Douglas 1995-96 Ruth Walter Angela Taylor Meg McLarty Sina Douglas 1994-95 Ruth Walter Angela Taylor Meg McLarty Sina Douglas 1993-94 Ruth Walter Angela Taylor Meg McLarty Sina Douglas 1992-93 Helen Brian Lesley Slorach Meg McLarty Sina Douglas 1991-92 Helen Brian Lesley Slorach Meg McLarty Sina Douglas 1990-91 Helen Brian Lesley Slorach Cheryl Sandow Sina Douglas 1989-90 Mardi Bawden Lesley Slorach Helen Brian Sina Douglas 1988-89 Elizabeth Falkenberg Mardi Bawden Helen Brian Helen Christie 1987-88 Elizabeth Falkenberg Mardi Bawden Helen Brian Helen Christie 1986-87 Elizabeth Falkenberg Mardi Bawden Helen Brian Helen Christie 1985-86 Elizabeth Falkenberg Helen Diprose Helen Brian Joan Hyslop 1984-85 Elizabeth Arthur Helen Diprose Helen Brian Joan Hyslop 1983-84 Elizabeth Arthur Helen Diprose 1982-83 Timothy Menzel 1981-82 Timothy Menzel 1980-81 Merryl Robson Daniel McOwan Jack Kelly 1979-80 Merryl Robson Daniel McOwan Jack Kelly 1978-79 Elizabeth Arthur Daniel McOwan 1977-78 Elizabeth Arthur Daniel McOwan 1976-77 Bessie Robson 1975-76 Bessie Robson 1974-75 Mary Falkenberg 1973-74 Mary Falkenberg 1972-73 John Ashworth 1971-72 John Ashworth 1970-71 John Ashworth Year Unknown Peggy Tarr Wal Spur Joan Hyslop Helen Christie Jack Kelly Helen Christie Lesley Slorach Shirley Jenkins Sina Douglas Elizabeth Falkenberg Helen Brian Helen Diprose Cheryl Sandow Mardi Bawden

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Opening of Davenport Porcelain, 12 February 2013

Committee Members Faye AARONS Mrs.AFFLECK Lexie ANDERSON Mrs Letitia ASHWORTH Jenny BADE C.BANKS Mrs.L.BAULCH Jenny BETTS Pat BIRD Alan BLAIN Joan BLAIN Daphne CAMERON T. CLARKE Connie CAMERON Ruth COLLITON Fenton COLLITON Lyle CHRISTIE Merilyn DENNIS Mary EARL Libby ELLIS Z.FAZACKERLEY C. FEARMAN Bev FITZGERALD

Lady Mary GAUSSEN Dianne GREED Heather HEARD Nerryl HILL Lesley HOBBS Mrs. HOLYMAN Mr.F. HOL YMAN Jill IREDELL Belle JOSEPH Pat KELLY Jacqui de KIEVIT Marge KOCH Michael LARMOUR D. LEWIS Mr. LING Mrs.LING Gaye MATTISKE D. McLEAN Erica MOONEY R. MOONEY Shirley NEYLON Brendan O’TOOLE Rita O’TOOLE

Mrs.Mary PACINI Kenneth PARK J.POTTER J.REID Patty RICHES Lyn RIVETT Lee ROWLAND Cr.Ted ROWLAND Mrs. F. RYAN Carol SCHEREK Malcolm SLORACH Heather STEPHENS Mary SUTHERLAND Mr.Rolly TATLOCK John THOMSON R. TOWLER George WALKER Ruth WALTER Judy WARNE J.WEBB Glenn WHIPP Cr.Brian WOODWARD G.WYETH


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Tim Johnson Australia (b.1947) Poignant Painting 2003 Acrylic on canvas 2003.056


FRIENDS OF HAMILTON ART GALLERY ACQUISITIONS

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J.H. Scheltema Australia (1861-1938) Farm Cove near Dandenong c.1930 Oil on canvas Gift of the Hamilton Art Gallery Society 1968 1041

J.H. Scheltema Australia (1861-1938) Cattle Drinking at a Waterhole c.1930 Oil on canvas Gift of the Hamilton Art Gallery Society 1969 1042

Rhonda Ogilivy Australia (n.d.) Breakthrough c.1970 Copper and ceramic wall sculpture Gift of the Hamilton Art Gallery Society 1971 1120

Henry Wo Yue-Kee China (b.1927) Goldfish c.1974 Watercolour Gift of the Hamilton Art Gallery Society 1974 1428

Henry Wo Yue-Kee China (b.1927) Orchid c.1974 Watercolour Gift of the Hamilton Art Gallery Society 1974 1429

Tim Storrier Australia (b.1949 ) Approach II 1976 Acrylic on canvas Gift of the Hamilton Art Gallery Society 1977.006

Unknown Maker Russia Cake Basket 1861 Silver gold gilt Gift of the Hamilton Art Gallery Society 1979.028

Unknown Maker England Trafalgar Commemorative Bowl 1805 Glass Gift of the Hamilton Art Gallery Society 1980.005

Rosemary Ganf England (b.1949 arr. Australia 1974) Eastern Barred Bandicoot 1982 Watercolour

With assistance from the Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund and the community

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Harry Sherwin Australia (b.1954) Hats c.1985 Oil on canvas 1986.039

Grant Finck Australia (b. 1958) Gorgonian Vessel 1988 Earthenware 1988.005

Ludovico de Santillana and Tobia Scarpa Italy (1931-1989) and Italy (b.1935) Bowl ‘Battuto’ 1960, manufactured c.1988 Glass, made by Venini, Murano, Venice 1989.011

John Russell England (1745-1806) Portrait of Miss Sophia Vansittart c.1791 Pastel on paper

Lesley Dumbrell Australia b. 1941 Friends 21st Anniversary Tapestry 1991

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1991.097

Johan Rohde Denmark (1856 – 1935) Pitcher designed 1920 manufactured 1990 Silver 925, made by Georg Jensen, Denmark To mark the 30th Anniversary of the Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund 1992.103

Gerda van Hamond (designer and weaver) Netherlands (b.1946 arr. Australia 1953) Inner and Outer Searching 1994 Tapestry, wool and cotton 1994.066

Angelo Mangiarotti Italy (b. 1921) Carafe 1981 925 silver with gilding, made by Rossi and Arcandi, Italy 1995.007

With assistance from the Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund and the community

Wool & Cotton, woven by the Victorian Tapestry Workshop With assistance from the Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund and the community

Kristin Headlam Australia (b.1953) The Sick Rose V 1995-1996 Oil on linen 1996.018


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Tim Johnson Australia (b.1947) Poignant Painting 2003 Acrylic on canvas 2003.056

Vicke Lindstrand Sweden (1904-1983) Trees in the Fog 1955 Glass, made by Kosta, Sweden 2003.057

Ruth Walter Australia (b.1941) Dryandra speciosa 2003 Watercolour 2004.039

Ruth Walter Australia (b.1941) Dryandra praemorsa 2003 Watercolour 2004.040

Kathleen Petyarre Australia (b.1940) My Country-Bush Seeds (after Sandstorm) 2003 Acrylic on canvas 2006.010

Kajima Ikkoku II Mitsutaka Japan (1846-1925) Pair of Vases c. 1890 Bronze, gold inlay and applied gold/silver decoration With assistance from Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund, Geoff Handbury and the Shire of Southern Grampians

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David Keeling Australia (b.1951) 4.36 pm (Casuarinas) 2010 Oil on canvas To mark the 50th anniversary of the Gallery 2011.043

Kate Beynon Hong Kong/Australia (b.1970, arr. 1974) Auspicious Flower Charm Tattoo 2009 Acrylic on canvas To mark the 40th Anniversary of the Friends of Hamilton Art Gallery 2013.051

Ron Penrose Australia (b.1958) Portrait of Daniel McOwan 2013 Oil on board 2013.097


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Opening of Stan Kelly: Fungi, 12 February 2013


DIRECTORS REPORT 2012-13

Last year we published a bumper edition of the annual report to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Trust Fund. This year we present another special annual report to celebrate forty years operation of our Friends.

This annual report is based on the format of the annual report celebrating fifty years of the Gallery’s operation. These special reports not only mark significant events in the history of the Gallery, but are intended to collate what is historically significant information. Over the past twelve months the Gallery has had 23,104 visitors, a slight increase on the previous year’s attendance. We have presented seventeen exhibitions, eleven with openings or speakers and four of these exhibitions featured local artists. Ten were generated in-house and seven were imported from external sources. Publications were produced for three of these exhibitions – Treasures of the Trust (also the annual report), Sencha and Davenport that were designed and typeset internally by Gallery staff. One of the major exhibitions that elicited a strong response was Zhongjian Midway. This exhibition contrasted Australian, Chinese and Australian artists of Chinese descent. The quality of the work, its cultural orientation and wide spectrum of artists contributed to the strength of

THANK YOU: AS I WAS ABSENT FOR PART OF 2012 I WISH TO CONGRATULATE MY STAFF ON THE WAY THEY MANAGED THE GALLERY WHILE I WAS AWAY. 2012-13 WAS A VERY BUSY YEAR AND EVEN THOUGH I WAS TAKING THE YEAR SLOWLY IT SEEMED TO MAKE LITTLE IMPACT ON OUR ACHIEVEMENTS.

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this exhibition. The ‘Dilettanti Prints’ by Paul Sandby from the permanent collection were complimented by a very entertaining talk by Associate Professor Alison Inglis from Melbourne University who extracted the humour of these works in a most entertaining way. Sencha looked at a particular style of tea drinking in Japan and utilised the Gallery’s superb collection of Sencha accoutrements to broaden our understanding of this little known tradition. In 2013 we had three excellent exhibitions in sequence – Stan Kelly’s Fungi, Davenport Porcelain and Indigenous Australians at War – and the year finished with Ken Knight’s Paintings of Western Victoria, The Victorian Guild of China Painters skilful work and finally our own local artists in Hamilton Connection 3. This last exhibition was organised by Angus Christie to whom I extend my thanks. The delivery of a broad range of public programs has continued this year albeit with less emphasis on programs the Gallery has devised and more through a process of accommodating community requests. As can be seen from the extensive list printed in this


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annual report these programs consume a considerable amount of time and energy but they fulfil the communities expectations and enable the Gallery to extend the collection to a far broader group than just our daily visitors. Education visits have been listed this year as a reminder that this segment of the community also receives the Gallery’s attention. Sue McGinnity has done an exceptional job as the Gallery’s Education Officer especially as this position is now funded by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development at only one day a week.

Of all our achievements acquisitions were the great success story of 201213 mostly due to the generosity of a number of significant donors. This is the first year of the Gallery’s fifty or so years where the value of the acquisitions has exceeded the value of our annual budget. As four groups of these acquisitions were given through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program and the donors have elected to remain anonymous I will details the gifts and their significance. Ahead of this I extend my heartfelt thanks to all these donors for your generosity both to the Gallery and to the people of the Shire of Southern Grampians.

Firstly, we were given a group of contemporary Chinese works – nine photographs by the husband and wife team Wang Gongxin and Lin Tianmiao, a fabulous digital image by Yang Yongliang and a woodcut by Luo Guirong. Over the past decade China has been the source of some of the most exciting art produced and the donation of these works has allowed us to add a snippet of this movement to our collection. These works will be exhibited from August to September 2013 and have been specifically donated in recognition of the contribution of Australia’s Asian Community to the cultural richness of Australian society. Secondly, later in 2012 we were given a group of sixty historic Japanese items consisting of fifty-two ceramics dating from 1670 to c.1939, six Meiji period enamels, one Korean ceramic and a print by the Japanese artist Toko Shinoda. It is difficult to know where to start with this major gift but it has fleshed out the Japanese ceramics collection by adding excellent Edo period Arita porcelain, a range of Hirado wares and Meiji period Kyoto stonewares. Part of this handsome gift will go on display in late 2014.

The development of the exhibition Exposing Thomas Clark has taken a massive amount of effort this year and promises to be a real highlight of 2013. This would not have happened had it not been for the hard work of Dr Peter Dowling who willingly contended with the research on Clark’s life and paintings. Working in the shadow of Eugen von Guerard’s methodical nature suggested there was a

clear path to follow but the slow realisation that Clark had nothing in common with his contemporary was at times dispiriting. Peter has nonetheless extracted a coherent story that represents first hard evidence about the life of one of our most important Colonial artists and the one who remains the most significant for Western Victoria. To Peter I offer my deepest gratitude and sincere thanks.

Thirdly, we were given forty-one prints by the Australian artist Brent Harris. This ranged from his earliest works through to his late woodcuts on plywood and gives us a rich representation of one of the most original artists of his generation. These go on exhibition in 2015. Finally, in 2013 we were given 22 prints and a bronze sculpture representing the broad output of the lyrical Australian artist Dean Bowen. These add to a small pre-existing holding of Dean’s prints and the major painting acquired by the Trust Fund in 2012. These will also go out as a single exhibition in either 2015 or 2016.


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Opening of Ken Knight: Western District Paintings, 19 March 2013


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The other large gift we received was the collection of Davenport porcelain given to us by Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter. This was their private collection that had been lovingly built up over a number of years and was an outright gift to the Gallery. While we received a few pieces of Davenport in the Herbert and May Shaw Bequest, this new gift greatly extended our holdings both of Davenport porcelain and of major 19th Century porcelain in general. Again this collection, as with the two preceding print collections, contained representative pieces from across the production of the artists attached to the factory. This collection was celebrated with an exhibition and catalogue in February-March of 2013, with the main essay being written by Dr Cross. I extend my gratitude to them both for this most generous gift and look forward to exhibiting the treasures of this collection again in the near future. The other generous donors during 2012-2013 included Dr Barbara Van Ernst AM, who gave the Gallery items from her own collection: paintings by Ken Hood and George Bell; prints by Dean Bowen, Roger Kemp, Francis

Gwyn Hanssen Pigott Australia (1935-2013) Two Shigaraki rocky beakers 2012 Stoneware Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.677

Lymburner and Colin Lancely; a pen and wash drawing by Donald Friend and two 17th century Delft tiles. Dr van Ernst also purchased two items for us: a vase by the Australian ceramicist Kevin White and Dean Bowen’s bronze figure The Male Farmer. The companion to thei bronze, The Female Farmer, will be in next year’s acquisitions list. These metre-high figures have been given to us to put into a public space in Hamilton but will continue to be part of the Gallery’s permanent collection. To Barbara I offer my heart-felt thanks for her generosity not only to us but to the Arts across the State. Similarly, I also offer my considerable thanks to Geoff Handbury for his very generous gift of the sculpture ‘Nucleus’ by Phil Price that is soon to be located in Gray Street, again as part of Council’s program of installing public sculpture across the Shire. To the donors, Australian, Japanese and American, that have contributed to the development of the Japanese collection especially Carl Wantrup, Kaneko Noriaki, Lesley Kehoe, Raphy Starr, Pauline Gandel, Kitagawa Shinobu and Robert Mangold. I extend

my considerable gratitude for to you all for your generosity and sage advice regarding the development of the most important collection of Japanese ceramics in Australia. The two overglaze decorated Kakiemon bowls, one a gift from Kaneko Noriaki and Lesley Kehoe and the other a gift from Pauline Gandel, are the most significant pieces of Kakiemon in any Australian collection. On viewing these superb pieces it is difficult to remember that they date from c.1700. Their importance as the decorative linkage between Asian and European ceramics makes them indispensible pieces in telling the story of ceramic development in the West, the connection between the Shaw Bequest Chinese and European ceramics so generously given in 1957. To further to these gifts there are a number of donors that have given us single items or small groups as listed in the acquisitions. I extend my thanks to the Estate of Miss Margaret Barber, Ken and Anne Hanlon, Joan Blain (our first piece of Scottish silver), Patricia Templeman, the Valerie Sheldon Bequest, the Gardner family and the Victorian Guild of China Painters.


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Koike Shoko Japan (b.1943) Shell shaped covered vessel 2009 Earthenware, Shigaraki clay Gift of Raphy Star 2012.678

require good aesthetic judgement I offer my special thanks. To Amy Knight I extend my considerable thanks for her promotional work through the standard media but also for the development of our website (from nothing!), our facebook page, our new logo, all our photography and for being the general in-house techo-wiz. To Simon Sharrock my thanks for being so multi-talented in bringing your carpentry, painting and maintenance skills to our operation. To Bernadine Kelvy my thanks for being the front line in assisting our visitors, but also as editor in chief, copy checker, stationary guru and the many other tasks that keep the team operating. To Sue McGinnity thanks for your hard work, level head, being advisor to the younger members of staff and the mature intellect for me to bounce my ideas off. Finally thanks to our mainstays for weekends Shirley Neylon and Delia Perry whose reliable presence keeps the Gallery accessible over weekends. Daniel McOwan Director Hamilton Art Gallery 25 August 2013 To the Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund my thanks for purchasing the painting by Dean Bowen and the pieces of studio glass by Masahiro Asaka and Brian Corr. These are all significant acquisitions that have elicited a great deal of interest from the local community and continue to assert Hamilton Art Gallery’s reputation for punching above its weight. In particular thank you for the superb painting by Philip Wolfhagen that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Trust’s contributions to the Gallery. This is a major work by Philip and his assistance and that of his dealer Dominic Mersch, Sydney, is greatly appreciated.

Finally to the Friends my thanks for acquiring the painting by Kate Beynon to mark forty years of your enlightened contributions to the Gallery. My thanks is extended is also to the Mayor, Cr Albert Calvano, the Councillors of the Shire of Southern Grampians, the CEO Richard Perry and to Michael McCarthy, Director, Shire Futures for without their support there would be no Gallery! Nonetheless we do have a very successful Gallery and I wish to thank the staff for the input of their ideas, energy and hard work that brings this success about. To Ian Brilley for his fine eye in designing the Gallery’s exhibition installations, his graphic design for our publications, labels and a myriad of other details that


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Opening of Indigenous Australian’s at War, 5 March 2013


EXHIBITIONS PROGRAM 2012-13

The Ashworth Gallery Zhongjian Midway In Focus: Celebrating Farm Life Hamilton TOPS Hamilton Quilters Australian Watercolours Indigenous Australian’s at War The Hamilton Connection III

4 July - 19 August 2012 29 August - 14 October 2012 2 November - 25 November 2012 2 December 2012 - 13 January 2013 21 January - 24 February 2013 6 March - 28 April 2013 8 May - 4 August 2013

The Herbert and May Shaw Gallery Sencha - tea of the literati Recent gifts and acquisitions Davenport Porcelain Ken Knight Paintings Victorian Guild of China Painters

22 August - 4 November 2012 14 November 2012 - 20 January 2013 13 February - 31 March 2013 20 March - 5 May 2013 10 April - 14 July 2013

The Print Room Dilettanti aquatints Paul Sandby Marriage a la Mode Stan Kelly ‘Fungi’

18 July - 28 October 2012 7 November 2012 - 17 March 2013 13 February - 30 June 2013

The Taylor Gallery Treasures from the Trust: Acquisitions during its first 50 years Contemporary Australian Paintings from the Collection

11 July - 2 December 2012 18 March - 25 August 2013

The Barber Gallery Asian Art On permanent display The Gaussen Gallery The Paul Sandby Collection

On permanent display

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VCE Studio Arts Forum, 15 August 2013


PUBLIC PROGRAMS 2012-13

Friends Functions Friends Film events x 5 Friends meetings, includes AGM and Committee x 8 Gallery talks and demonstrations 19/07/2012 11/09/2012 21/06/2013 10/04/2013 10/04/2013 05/11/2012

Stephan Gallagher, Curator Tooth & Nail, talk Alison Inglis Aquatints for the Dilettanti Society, talk Laurel Club, China painting demonstration and tour China painting demonstration, morning session China painting demonstration, afternoon session Daniel McOwan, for Ladies Probus Group, Sencha Tea talk

Gallery functions and openings 03/07/2012 Tooth & Nail/Zhongjian Midway combined opening 17/09/2012 Launch National Centre for Farmer Health Photo Competition 13/10/2012 Children’s Party 02/11/2012 Opening of TOPS VCE exhibition 02/12/2012 Opening 15th Biennial Hamilton Quilters opening 06/03/2013 Cultural Awareness Day coinciding with Indigenous Australians at War 19/03/2013 Opening of Ken Knight Paintings 09/04/2013 Opening of Victorian Guild of China Painters 07/05/2013 Opening of Hamilton Connection III 25/02/2013 Reception, National Centre for Farmer Health, 2013 Gallery concerts 25/05/2013 Gallery Concert Committee Concert 19/04/2013 Promenade Gallery Concert Other functions 04/02/2013 Hamilton Men’s Probus 05/02/2013 Hamilton RMIT art group 18/06/2013 Deutcher and Hackett free Appraisals 18/06/2013 Photo shoot for ‘Southern Life’ re Hamilton Connection III 01/11/2012 New Councillors inauguration visit 22/03/2013 Air Force Veterans after Ted Kenna statue unveiling 22/03/2013 Veterans Affairs, including Minister Hugh Delahunty, as above 09/04/2013 Members of the Victorian Guild of China Painters 16/04/2013 Regional Arts Victoria information evening 02/05/2013 Legacy Sherry Party 16/06/2013 Welcome tour for potential new residents

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Education program 24/07/2012 Monivae, VCE Studio Arts Forum 24/07/2012 Good Shepherd College, VCE Arts Forum 24/07/2012 Hamilton and Alexandra College, VCE Arts Forum 24/07/2012 Baimbridge College, VCE Arts Forum 24/07/2012 Balmoral Community College, VCE Arts Forum 28/07/2012 RMIT International students 31/07/2012 Good Shepherd College 07/08/2012 Carey Baptist Grammar School, morning session 07/08/2012 Carey Baptist Grammar School, afternoon session 14/08/2012 The Hamilton and Alexandra College 30/08/2012 ELC Hamilton and Alexandra College 11/09/2012 Hamilton and Alexandra College, Photography students 17/09/2012 Balmoral Community College, VCE exam 16/10/2012 Hamilton Special School 18/10/2012 Hamilton and Alexandra College 12/11/2012 Baimbridge College, TOPS education 13/11/2012 Good Shepherd Secondary, TOPS tour 14/11/2012 Dunkeld Kindergarten, TOPS tour 14/11/2012 Good Shepherd Year 11, TOPS worksheet 28/11/2012 North Hamilton Kindergarten 06/12/2012 North Hamilton Kindergarten 14/03/2013 Shrine-Indigenous Education. Gray Street years 5 and 6 14/03/2013 Shrine-Indigenous Education. Monivae year 10 14/03/2013 Shrine-Indigenous Education. Monivae year 10 15/03/2013 Shrine-Indigenous Education. Gray Street years 5 and 6 15/03/2013 Shrine-Indigenous Education. Hamilton and Alexandra College 23/04/2013 SGAE students Indigenous Australians at War 25/03/2013 Hamilton and Alexandra College, Indigenous Australians at War 22/04/2013 Baimbridge College, years 8,9,10, indigenous students 23/04/2013 Glenvale Secondary School, Indigenous at War 23/04/2013 SGAE students, Indigenous Australians at War 15/05/2013 SGAE students, Indigenous Australians at War 20/05/2013 Baimbridge students, (VCE Studio Art) 20/05/2013 Baimbridge students, (year 11 VCE Studio Art) 28/06/2013 South West TAFE


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Tour groups MG Club of Geelong Grampians Community Health, Stawell Country Club Coles Coach Tour, Twin River Probus Club Mercedes Benz Club of Melbourne Group of Korean visitors, touring from Melbourne Riddoch Art Gallery Friends, tour and morning tea Group of Painters, travelling and painting in district Coleraine Walking Group Day Centre, Port Fairy Stan Kelly Art Group, Ararat Horsham Art Group Camperdown Garden Club Local community groups ADAS Group Eventide Lutheran Home Standing Tall Mentoring Organisation SGAE students Hamilton Laurel Club Day Centre, Hamilton Allied Health (FHCC) RMIT Painting group, Beth Wilkinson Nigretta furniture makers Port Fairy Men’s Day Care Gunditjimarra Coop, Elders Group, Warrnambool Balmoral Bush Nursing Home McArthur Day Centre Total attendances July 2012 to June 2013: 23,104


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Opening of Davenport Porcelain, 12 February 2013


FRIENDS OF HAMILTON ART GALLERY PRESIDENTS REPORT

Happy 40th Birthday to the Friends of Hamilton Art Gallery!

Our committee consists of: Jane Macdonald President, Susie Mackinnon Vice-president, Careena Macdonald Secretary, Jacqui de Kievit Treasurer, Maggie Cameron Membership Officer, Meg McLarty, Rosie Mercer, Roz Greenwood, Peter Dowling, Geraldene Gurry, Jenny Upton, Verity Whitehead, Deb Hehir, Michele Watt and Bobby Hryckow. During the year three of our members have resigned; Jill Smith, Min Youngman and Leonie Sharrock. Their contribution will be sorely missed and we thank them for their input and support. A highlight of last year’s AGM was the screening of “Gaudi’s Barcelona” - ‘the story of a remarkable man whose extraordinary work has defined a city.’ Gaudi’s legacy remains present in the landscapes of Barcelona, in the buildings that define its heritage and the people who live among his monuments. In September a group of committee members travelled to the Horsham Regional Art Gallery to view Will Mackinnon’s exhibition “Paintings conceived while driving”. Will is originally from Western Victoria and

THE COMMITTEE: OUR FRIENDS COMMITTEE IS A DEDICATED GROUP WHO WORK TOWARDS ACQUISITIONS FOR OUR GALLERY AND CONTINUE TO FOSTER AN INTEREST AND GAIN KNOWLEDGE OF THE ARTS.

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his work depicts the many hours he has spent traversing country roads. Our group thoroughly enjoyed this visit and will be keeping an eye out for more exhibitions by this up and coming artist in the future. In October the friends of the Riddoch Art Gallery from Mt Gambier joined us for morning tea and Danny McOwan spoke to them about our gallery and took them on a tour. The Riddoch gallery are great supporters of ours and some of our members travelled to Mt Gambier to view an exhibition which contained work by a former Friends of Hamilton Art Gallery president and committee member, Mardi Bawden. At the end of October we took a large bus load of friends to the Ballarat Art Gallery to see the acclaimed “Capturing Flora” 300 years of Australian botanical art. We were hosted by the gallery for morning tea and given a guided tour of over 500 works. This was a most impressive exhibition and thoroughly enjoyed by all.


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Christmas Drinks were held in the gallery in late November and this year we provided a produce table which was very popular amongst our members. The committee prepared and presented for sale relishes and chutneys suitable for the Christmas table. The gallery was transformed for the night with a Christmas tree decorated by the committee. It was a happy and enjoyable evening and once again our members revelled in the festive food and good cheer.

Regular films continue to be well supported. In March “Chapel of Chic” 100 years of fabulous fashion in Chapel Street, by renowned film maker, Lesley Sharon Rosenthal, was a major fund raiser for the year. Lesley was our guest speaker on the day and she transported our guests down memory lane of all the shops we visited in our youth. After the film Lesley mingled with everyone regaling and exchanging more tales about the personalities of Chapel Street over the years. A wonderful lunch

ensued and this film created great interest and will be remembered for a long time to come. Our second film was about the infamous street artist, Banksy. “ Banksy - Exit through the gift shop” examines the relationship between commercial and street art. Banksy is a street artist whose identity remains unknown. His worldwide fame has transformed his artwork from acts of vandalism to sought after high art pieces.

The year 2013 is our 40th anniversary and the committee have obtained two special acquisitions to recognise this milestone. Our major acquisition is a painting by Kate Beynon, a Hong Kong born Australian artist who lives in Melbourne. Her works are regarded as a ‘nexus of influences’ and her paintings ‘manifest the hybrid reality of today’s multicultural global citizen’. This has been chosen for the gallery with the assistance and professional knowledge of our director.

Kate Beynon Hong Kong/Australia (b.1970, arr. 1974) Auspicious Flower Charm Tattoo 2009 Acrylic on canvas Gift of the Friends to mark their 40th Anniversary 2013.051

The second acquisition is a portrait of Danny McOwan, by Ron Penrose, which we chose from a recent exhibition at the Hamilton Art Gallery. This is a gift from the friends to recognise Danny’s contribution to our gallery over many years. Next year Danny McOwan will reach the incredible achievement of the longest serving director of any public gallery in Australia.

Our 40th Anniversary celebrations will be held in the gallery with a drinks party and we will officially unveil these works at this event.

Jane Macdonald President Friends of the Hamilton Art Gallery 13 August 2013

We have wonderful plans for excursions and events in the future. I invite all our members to actively participate and continue to support us in our endeavours to make our gallery an interesting and exciting place to be.


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Ron Penrose Australia (b.1958) Portrait of Daniel McOwan 2013 Oil on board Gift of the Friends 2013.097


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Philip Wolfhagen Australia (b.1963) The Thirteenth Journey 2013 Oil and besswax on linen Purchased by the Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund to celebrate their 50th anniversary 2013.079


ACQUISITIONS 2012-13

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Lin Tianmiao and Wang Gongxin China (b.1960 & 1961) Here or There? #2 2002 Chromogenic print from a set of 15 and edition of 15, edn 4/15 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.555

Lin Tianmiao and Wang Gongxin China (b.1960 & 1961) Here or There? #11 2002 Chromogenic print from a set of 15 and edition of 15, edn 7/15 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.560

Yang Yongliang China (b.1955) Viridescence II 2009 Inkjet print on fine art paper, Edition 2/7 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.565

Lin Tianmiao and Wang Gongxin China (b.1960 & 1961) Here or There? #4 2002 Chromogenic print from a set of 15 and edition of 15, edn 7/15 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.556

Lin Tianmiao and Wang Gongxin China (b.1960 & 1961) Here or There? #12 2002 Chromogenic print from a set of 15 and edition of 15, edn 7/15 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.561

Plate decorated with deer and maple leaves c.1650 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.566

Lin Tianmiao and Wang Gongxin China (b.1960 & 1961) Here or There? #5 2002 Chromogenic print from a set of 15 and edition of 15, edn 7/15 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.557

Lin Tianmiao and Wang Gongxin China (b.1960 & 1961) Here or There? #13 2002 Chromogenic print from a set of 15 and edition of 15, edn 7/15 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.562

Lin Tianmiao and Wang Gongxin China (b.1960 & 1961) Here or There? #9 2002 Chromogenic print from a set of 15 and edition of 15, edn 7/15 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.558

Lin Tianmiao and Wang Gongxin China (b.1960 & 1961) Here or There? #14 2002 Chromogenic print from a set of 15 and edition of 15, edn 7/15 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.563

Lin Tianmiao and Wang Gongxin China (b.1960 & 1961) Here or There? #10 2002 Chromogenic print from a set of 15 and edition of 15, edn 7/15 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.559

Luo Guirong China (b.1962) My Land and I (II) 2006 Woodcut, Edition 14/15 Donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia's Asian Community 2012.564

Plate decorated with ducks by a pond c.1650 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.567 Plate c.1760 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration, celadon rim and gilding Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.568 Plate decorated with fans c.1760 Porcelain with underglaze blue and overglaze red, green and gold Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.569 Plate c.1770 Porcelain with ink style decoration, fluted celadon rim Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.570 Plate decorated with Island and promontory in the fog c.1730 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.571


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Plate with sho-chiku-bai motif c.1720 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.572 Plate decorated with central plum blossom motif, Ai-kakiemon style c.1700 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.573

Plate decorated with two birds below chrysanthemums, Ai-kakiemon ware c.1670 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.579

Fluted bowls (5) c.1700 Porcelain with central dragon medallion in underglaze blue Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.587a-d

Oval plate decorated with two birds c.1830 Porcelain with moulding, underglaze blue and overglaze decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.574 Ten-sided plate c.1690 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.575 Plate decorated with flowers and abstract leaves, Ai-kutani ware 1660-70 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.576

Lidded bowls (2) decorated with 3 paired phoenix and dragon medallions around outside c.1870 Porcelain Hichozan kiln, Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.586ab

Plate decorated with deer and figures encircling c.1870 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration and overglaze enamelling Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.580 Plate decorated with text and paperfold design, leaves and flowers c.1640 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.581 Tokkuri, Imari ware 1720-50 Porcelain with underglaze blue and overglaze red, green, aubergine and gold Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.582

Vase c.1895 Porcelain with overglaze decoration and gilding Made by Fukugawa Porcelain Manufacturing Company Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.588 Vase with four panels c.1890 Porcelain with overglaze decoration and gilding Made by Koransha Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.589 Vase decorated with fish c.1920 Porcelain with underglaze decoration Made by Koransha Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.590

3 tiered layered food container or Jubako c.1750 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.583a-d Plate decorated with a border of leaves and flowers c.1690 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.577

Boat shaped dish c.1860 Porcelain with underglaze blue and overglaze red decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.584

Plate decorated with gilded bird and bamboo with gilt end leaves c.1700 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.578

Square moulded dishes (2), Arita ware 1670-1700 Moulded porcelain with fuschi beni rims Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.585ab

Vase decorated with applied cicadas, Hirado ware c.1870 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Mikawachi, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.591


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Cups with saucers (5), Hirado ware c.1880 Eggshell porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Mikawachi, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.592a-j

Taizan (Takahashi Yohei) V Kyoto, Japan (active 1830-1843) Vase decorated with an eagle on one side c.1840 Earthenware and ink Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.600

Kiyomizu Rokubei V Kyoto, Japan (1874-1959) Bowl decorated with irises c.1925 Stoneware with overglaze enamel Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.606

Cups with saucers (3), Hirado ware c.1880 Eggshell porcelain with underglaze blue shonsuistyle decoration Mikawachi, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.593a-f

Taizan (Takahashi Yohei) X Kyoto, Japan (1856-1922) Small vase c.1890 Porcelain with overglaze decoration and gilding Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.601

Raku Konyu Kyoto, Japan (1857-1932) Tea bowl c.1900 Glazed earthenware Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.607

Lidded bowls (5), Hirado ware c.1880 Porcelain with underglaze blue karoko decoration Mikawachi, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.594a-j Vase decorated with white cranes against pink ground c.1910 Porcelain with overglaze decoration Kyoto or Seto, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.595

Taizan (Takahashi Yohei) X Kyoto, Japan (1856-1922) Large vases (2) c.1890 Porcelain with overglaze decoration and gilding Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.602 & 2012.603

Takahashi Dohachi V Kyoto, Japan (1869-1914) Tea bowl c.1900 Stoneware with temmoku glaze Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.608 Bowl c.1900 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Arita, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.609

Teacups (4), 'Red Cliff pattern' c.1880 Porcelain with underglaze blue and overglaze red decoration, Chinese longevity symbols and phoenix on red ground, lacquer repairs Kyoto, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.596a-e

Kawamoto Rikichi Seto, Japan (n.d.) Teapot decorated with flowers c.1840 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Seto ware Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.610

Tea cups (5) decorated with extensive text and seals c.1850 Porcelain with underglaze blue decoration Kyoto, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.597a-e

Takeuchi Chubei Seto, Japan (n.d.) Vase c.1910 Porcelain with sharkskin glaze and underglaze painting Seto ware Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.611

Miyanaga Tozan I Kyoto, Japan (1868-1941) Vase c.1930 Stoneware, celadon glaze and sgafitto decoration Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.598 Miyanaga Tozan I Kyoto, Japan (1868-1941) Figurine of Shogun Hideyoshi c.1930 Stoneware, biscuit and celadon glazed Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.599

Taizan (Takahashi Yohei) X Kyoto, Japan (1856-1922) Vase c.1890 Stoneware with overglaze decoration Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.604

Shimizu Bizan I (Shimizu Tokutaro) Kutani, Japan (1861-1926) Bowl, Kutani ware c.1930 Porcelain with maroon exterior and enamelled interior Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.612

Kanzan Denshichi Kyoto, Japan (1821-1890) Sugar basin c.1880 Porcelain with overglaze decoration Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.605

Lidded bowls (5), Kutani ware c.1930 Porcelain with underglaze blue and overglaze red woven rush pattern Kanazawa, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.613a-e


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Bowl with moulded dragon on its side c.1900 Stoneware with glaze Chosen Karatsu ware Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.614 Side dishes (5), Daishoji Imari, c.1915 Porcelain with underglaze blue and overglaze red, green and gold Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.615 Nishiura Enji V Gifu, Japan (1856-1914) Teapot c.1900 Porcelain with underglaze decoration Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.616 Genroku Tominaga Ureshino, Kyushu, Japan (1859-1920) Deep bowl c.1910 Porcelain with underglaze painting internally and externally Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.617 Cigarette box and tray c.1930 Patinated copper, box enamelled pine trees in moriage technique Ando factory Nagoya, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.618 Hattori Tadasaburo Japan (n.d.) Enamel vase with peony decoration c.1900 Moriage style enamel on copper Made by (n.d.) Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.619

Vase with copper surface and plum blossom decoration c.1930 Moriage enamel and patinated copper Made by Ando Factory Nagoya, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.622 Kanzan Denshichi Kyoto, Japan (1821-1890) Deep bowl c.1880 Enamel over porcelain exterior, overglaze decorated interior Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.623

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Troubled 1995 Etching, Edition 1/20 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.630 Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Appalling moment (Elephant) 1995 Screenprint on stainless steel, Edition 20 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.631

Vase c.1600 Stoneware with celadon Koryo dynasty, Korea Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.624 Toko Shinoda Japan (b.1913) A Form 1982 Lithograph, Edn # 31/35 Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.625 Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Untitled 1989 Etching, edition 1/20 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.626 Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Agenda 1991 Chine colle, Edition 10/19 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012. 627

Gonda Hirosuke Nagoya, Japan (n.d.) Enamel vase with pine trees decoration c.1900 Musen style enamel on copper Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.620

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Untitled 1991 Chine colle, Edition 10/12 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.628

Incense container in the form of a lotus leaf c.1930 Enamel on copper Made by Ando Factory Nagoya, Japan Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.621

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Troubled (Appalling Moment) 1995 Etching on blue paper on white paper, Edition 1/21 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.629

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Appalling moment (Wig) 1995 Screenprint on stainless steel, Edition 20 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.632 Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) On Becoming (Yellow) #3 1996 Colour screenprint, Edition 17/20 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.633 Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) On Becoming (Yellow) #1 1998 Colour screenprint, Edition 1/35 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.634


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Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) The Untimely #7 1998 Colour woodcut, Edition 18/20 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.635

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Grotesquerie (No.11) 2002 Colour woodcut, Edition 29/30 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.644

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) The Untimely #3 1998 Colour woodcut, Edition 18/20 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.636

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Grotesquerie (Le Regarder) 2001 Colour woodcut, Edition 29/30 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.645

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Drift 1998 (set of 10 prints) Intaglio prints, Edition 4/20 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.637a-j

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) To the River 2004 Screen print, Edition 7/30 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.646

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) To the Forest 1999 Colour screenprint, Edition 28/30 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.638

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Heritage I 2004 Lithograph, Edition 14/30 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.647

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Swamp #1 2000 (set of 7 prints) Colour aquatints, Edition 1/20 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.639a-g

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Heritage II 2004 Lithograph, Edition 14/30 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.648

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Swamp #6 (Lavender) 2001 Silk screen, Edition 22/30 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.640

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Jesus 2004 Colour woodcut, Edition 7/15 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.649

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Swamp #8 2001 Silk screen, Edition 4/30 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.641

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Buddha 2004 Colour woodcut, Edition 7/15 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.650

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Swamp 1999 Aquatint with etching, Edition 10/17 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.642 Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Grotesquerie 2002 Colour woodcut, Edition 29/30 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.643

Brent Harris New Zealand/Australia (b.1956) Ganesha 2004 Colour woodcut, Edition 7/15 Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2012.651

Stephen Gallagher Australia Vase 1 2005 Stainless steel mesh, beads, cotton thread Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.652 Dish, Kakiemon ware c.1690 Moulded, undecorated porcelain with fuchi beni rim Japan Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.653 Ichino Masahiko Japan (b.1981) Spherical vase c.2000 Stoneware with pigmentation Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.654 John Selbing Sweden (1908-2001) Vase c.1955 Engraved glass, #3534 Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.655 Berndt Friberg Sweden (1899-1981) Vase Stoneware with hares's fur glaze Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.656


Berndt Friberg Sweden (1899-1981) Bowl Stoneware with hares's fur glaze Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.657 Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Bird with stick insect 2010 Screenprint Gift of Dr Barbara van Ernst AM 2012.658 Ken Hood Australia (1928-2002) Still Life 1961 Oil on canvas/board Gift of Dr Barbara van Ernst AM 2012.659 Ornamental plate c.1900 Silver and copper plaques applied to brass India Gift of the Estate of Marjorie Barber 2012.660 Anti Nurmesniemi Finland (1927-2003) Coffee Pot c.1957 Enamelled steel and glass Made by Wärtsilä Järvenpään Emali, Finland Gift of Ken and Anne Hanlon 2012.661 Octagonal Bowl, Kakiemon ware c.1690 Moulded porcelain with fuchi beni rim and underglaze blue decoration Japan Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.662 Arnuad Barraud New Zealand b.1942, arr. 1978 Bowl 2012 Glazed porcelain with red iron oxide patches Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.663 Bizan Shimizu I (Shimizu Tokutaro) Japan (1861-1926) Vase, Kutani ware c.1900 Porcelain with handpainted and gilt exterior Kanazawa, Japan Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.664

Bizan Shimizu I (Shimizu Tokutaro) Japan (1861-1926) Bowl, Kutani ware c.1900 Porcelain with handpainted bamboo pattern Kanazawa, Japan Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.665 Cho Sankun Korea (n.d.) Summer teabowl c.1980 Stoneware with moulding and inserted pigments Korea Gift of Carl Wantrup 2012.666 Tokkuri in Korean style, Yatsushiro ware c.1980 Stoneware with inserted pigments and celadon glaze Japan Gift of Carl Wantrup 2012.667 Haku Maki Japan (1924-2000) Poem 71-48 Woodblock print Gift of Carl Wantrup 2012.668

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Metempirical 2011 Oil on linen Purchased with Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund 2012.673 Kondo Yutaka Japan (1932 – 1983) Tokkuri 1975 Stoneware Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.674 Octagonal Bowl decorated with Liu Ling and his dog, Kakiemon ware c.1680 Porcelain with overglaze enamel Japan Gift of Kaneko Noriaki and Lesley Kehoe 2012.675

Tile decorated with a cow 1650-1700 Delftware Friesland, Holland Gift of Dr Barbara Van Ernst AM in memory of Henk van Ernst 2012.669 Tile decorated with a flower 1650-1700 Delftware Friesland, Holland Gift of Dr Barbara Van Ernst AM in memory of Henk van Ernst 2012.670 Kevin White England/Australia (b. 1954, arr. 1985) Untitled 2011 Porcelain with under and overglaze painting Gift of Dr Barbara Van Ernst AM 2012.671 Hiroe Swen Japan/Australia (b.1934, arr. 1968) Platter - New Horizons series 2012 Glazed stoneware Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.672

Floris Meydam Holland (1919-2011) Vase 'Unica' 1957 Handblown glass Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.676 Gwyn Hanssen Pigott Australia (1935-2013) Two Shigaraki rocky beakers 2012 Stoneware Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.677


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Koike Shoko Japan (b.1943) Shell shaped covered vessel 2009 Earthenware, Shigaraki clay Gift of Raphy Star 2012.678

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) The Hamilton Farmer 2012 Bronze Gift of Dr Barbara van Ernst AM 2013.004

Masahiro Asaka Japan/Australia (b.1979 arr. 2006) Surge 15.2 2012 Cold worked cast glass Purchased with Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund 2012.679

Plate, Stork pattern 1815-1820 Stone china Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.014

Roger Kemp Australia (1908-1987) Concept Two 1972 Etching Gift of Dr Barbara van Ernst AM 2013.005 Francis Lymburner Australia (1916-1972) Rosita n.d. Watercolour Gift of Dr Barbara van Ernst AM 2013.006

Bowl, Ding ware 12th century Porcelain Song dynasty, China Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.682

Donald Friend Australia (1915-1989) Nude n.d. Pen and wash Gift of Dr Barbara van Ernst AM 2013.007

Kitagawa Susumu Japan (1932-2010) Charcoal basket (sumi-kago) Dark bamboo (susudake) and hand-made paper Gift of Kitagawa Shinobu, Japan 2013.001

George Bell Australia (1878-1944) Mother and child n.d. Oil on board Gift of Dr Barbara van Ernst AM 2013.008

Brian Corr America/Australia (b.1976, arr. 2007) Light Field 2012 Constructed glass, silver leaf and acrylic Purchased by Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund 2013.002

Colin Lanceley New Zealand/Australia (b.1938) Some Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha 1972 Lithograph Gift of Dr Barbara van Ernst AM 2013.009

Ito Motohiko Japan ( b.1939) Box ‘Cherry Blossoms’ c.1980 Stoneware Ibaraki, Japan Anonymous gift 2013.003

Dessert basket and stand 1815-1820 Stone china, pierced Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.012ab Octagonal Jug c. 1815 Stone china Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.013

Tsujimura Shiro Japan (b.1947) Teabowl, Seto-guro style c.2012 Earthenware Nara, Japan Purchased with annual Council allocation 2012.680 Octagonal Bowl decorated with a dragon and scholars, Kakiemon ware c.1680 Porcelain with overglaze enamel Japan Gift of Pauline Gandel 2012.681

Oyster plate or side plate 1795-1810 Creamware Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.011

Plate c.1798 Creamware with under- and over-glaze decoration. Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.010

Drinking saucer and cup c.1815 Stone china Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.015ab Plate 1815-1860 Earthenware Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.016 Cabinet cup and saucer c.1815 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.017ab Tea cup, coffee cup and saucer 1815-30 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.018abc Dessert plate 1815-25 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.019


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Dessert plate 1815-25 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.020

Low Comport c.1845-55 Porcelain Dessert ware, Pink ground with gilding Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.028 Low Comport c.1845-50 Porcelain Dessert ware Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.029 High Comport c.1845-50 Porcelain Dessert ware Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.030

Platter 1820-1840 Stone china Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.021 Low Comport 1830-40. Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.022 Dessert plate 1830-45 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.023 Dessert plate with two handles 1830-45 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.024 Soup bowl/plate 1835-1840 Earthenware, blue and white transfer printed Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.025 Plate c.1836 Earthenware Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.026 Muffin dish c.1845-1865 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.027ab

Vase Ivy Wreaths pattern c.1850 Earthenware Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.031 Low Comport Montilla pattern 1855-65 Earthenware, blue transfer printed Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.032 Dessert plate ‘Badenweiler Castle’ 1870-87 Porcelain, rim has pink ground with gilding Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.033 Ball footed cup and saucer 1870-1887 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 3013.034ab Tea Service 1870-1887 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.035a-o Child’s ‘play’ plate c.1850 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.036 Memento cup and saucer 1887 Porcelain Davenport Factory, Staffordshire, England Gift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter, Burra, S.A 2013.037ab Demi-tasse cup and saucer, pattern G3160 1878 Porcelain with over-glaze decoration Minton, England Gift of Patricia Templeman 2013.038ab

Inger Hanmann Denmark (1918-2007) Bowl 1978 Enamel on 925 silver Made by A. Michelsen, Copenhagen Valerie Sheldon Bequest 2013.039 Plate, Kakiemon ware Porcelain with overglaze decoration Japan Valerie Sheldon Bequest 2013.040 Plate, Kakiemon style Porcelain with underglaze blue and overglaze decoration Japan Valerie Sheldon Bequest 2013.041 Seifu Yohei III Japan (1851-1914) Tea bowl, Tenmoku shape c.1900 Porcelain with celadon glaze Kyoto, Japan Purchased with annual Council allocation 2013.042 Suwa Sozan I Japan (1851-1922) Tea bowl, Tenmoku shape c.1920 Porcelain with celadon glaze Kyoto, Japan Purchased with annual Council allocation 2013.043 Large Aboriginal smoking pipe c.1960 Wood with cut and pigmented decoration Gift of the Gardner Family 2013.044 Small Aboriginal smoking pipe Wood with cut and pigmented decoration Gift of the Gardner Family 2013.045 Aboriginal bark painting of fish Pigmented decoration Gift of the Gardner Family 2013.046 Small Aboriginal wooden figure #1 Wood with cut and pigmented decoration Gift of the Gardner Family 2013.047 Small Aboriginal wooden figure #2 Wood with cut and pigmented decoration Gift of the Gardner Family 2013.048 Aboriginal spear thrower Carved wood Gift of the Gardner Family 2013.049


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Aboriginal boomerang Carved wood Gift of the Gardner Family 2013.050 Kate Beynon Hong Kong/Australia (b.1970, arr. 1974) Auspicious Flower Charm Tattoo 2009 Acrylic on canvas Gift of the Friends to mark their 40th Anniversary 2013.051 Rosslynd Piggott Australia (b.1958) Picturing Cherry Blossoms 2010-12 Oil on canvas Valerie Sheldon Bequest 2013.052

Elizabeth Lincoln United States of America (n.d.) Vase c.1900 Rookwood Pottery, USA Purchased with annual Council allocation 2013.053 Jorg Schmeisser Germany/Australia (1942-2012) Rosedale shells 2012 Colour etching Anonymous gift 2013.054 Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Boom City 1988 Lithograph Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.055 Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Mt Lyell Landscape 1989 Lithograph Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.056 Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Uzes 1990 Lithograph Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.057

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Plane 1991 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.058

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Mountain Bird 2000 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.067

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) The Haircut 1992 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.059

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Brick Dog (Red) 2001 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.068

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Rain at Sea 1993 Aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.060

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Tectonic Head 2002 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.069

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) The Car Park 1994 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.061abc

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Travelling Turtles 2004 Lithograph Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.070

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Urbanology 1995 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.062 Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Bird Boy 1996 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.063

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Starry Night 2005 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.071

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) The Wild One 1997 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.064 Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Echidna 1998 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.065

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Cat 2006 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.072

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) The Red Plane 1999 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.066

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Nocturnal Landscape with Echidna 2007 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.073


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Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Young Echidna 2008 Etching, aquatint and drypoint Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.074

Paper weight ‘Bunch of Grapes’ c.1980 Glass Made by Sasaki Glass, Japan Gift of Joan Blain 2013.081 John Mitchell Glasgow (n.d. active c.1830) Sauce Ladle 1856 Silver 925 Gift of Joan Blain 2013.082 Miyashita Zenji Japan (1939-2102) Vase c.1980 Stoneware, glazed Purchased with annual Council allocation 2013.083

Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Sparrow Hawk 2009 Lithograph Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.075 Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Perfume 2010 Lithograph Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.076 Dean Bowen Australia (b.1957) Land of a Thousand Echidnas 2001 Bronze, unique, non-editioned Donated through the Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program 2013.077 Jo Armstrong Australia (b.1945) Teapot 2013 Hand-painted porcelain Australia Gift of the Victorian Guild of China Painters 2013.078 Philip Wolfhagen Australia (b.1963) The Thirteenth Journey 2013 Oil and besswax on linen Purchased by the Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund to celebrate their 50th anniversary 2013.079 Phil Price New Zealand (b. 1963) Nucleus 2009 Steel and carbon fibre Gift of Geoff Handbury 2013.080

Andries Dirk Copier Holland (1910-1991) Vase c.1935 Glass Purchased with annual Council allocation 2013.084 Plate, Kakiemon ware, c.1680 Porcelain with fuschi beni rim Arita, Japan Purchased with annual Council allocation 2013.085 Breda Cash Australia (b.1949) Lidded rectangular box 2012 Handpainted porcelain Gift of Daniel McOwan 2013.086ab


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Masahiro Asaka Japan/Australia (b.1979 arr. 2006) Surge 15.2 2012 Cold worked cast glass Purchased with Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund 2012.679


TRUSTEES’ REPORT 2011-12

The Trustees of the Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund present the 50th Annual Report and Financial Statements for the year ended 30 June, 2012.

We regret to record the deaths of the following Life Members: Mr Alan D. Blain, Mrs Vera M. Lacey, Mrs Olive M. McVicker OAM and Mr J.R. Spence. We extend our condolences to their families. Mrs Olive McVicker OAM was a Trustee for 33 years from 1968 to 2001. A highly educated and cultured person who had travelled widely Olive provided considerable knowledge and intellectual leadership to successive Directors and to the Gallery. She was also most influential in obtaining donations and bequests for the Trust. As a direct result of her representations the Gallery acquired several significant paintings when the Bank of Melbourne Foundation was wound up. A warm and compassionate person Olive was a natural and accepted leader within our community who never sought personal publicity. It was most appropriate and fitting she was awarded the Order of Australia Medal in January, 2003 - "For service to the arts, particularly through the City of Hamilton Art Gallery, and to the community".

Alan and Joan Blain have been generous and significant supporters and donors to the Trust and we hope Joan will continue to enjoy the Gallery and its collections. Following several significant acquisitions in recent years the Trustees received no request during the year from the Director to fund any further acquisitions. We note with thanks the generous and ongoing support of Members. The Trustees record their thanks to Melville Orton & Lewis for attending, in an honorary capacity, to the bookkeeping and correspondence of the Trust, to Sinclair Wilson for the preparation of the Financial Statements and to WHK for its Audit Report. Mark A. Brian OAM John A.E. Thomson Susan M. Robertson Trustees Hamilton Art Gallery Trust Fund


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HAMILTON ART GALLERY TRUST FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 2012 STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME 2012 2011 $ $ Income Investment Income: Interest, Dividends and Trust Distributions 84,559 79,246 Profit / (Loss) on Sale of Investments 0 (1,207) Imputation Credit Refund 25,949 23,067 Other: Donations, Membership and Grants 10,500 12,100 TOTAL INCOME 121,008 113,206 Expenditure Accountancy 6,550 6,550 Bank Charges and Fees 22 50 General Costs 240 335 TOTAL EXPENDITURE 6,812 6,935 NET PROFIT FOR THE YEAR 114,196 106,271 Trust Funds Brought Forward 2,260,604 2,079,691 Gallery Acquisitions for the Year 0 (50,000) Net Gain / (Loss) in Market Value of Investments (227,271) 109,556 Net Capital Gain Distributed by Investments 74 15,086 TRUST FUNDS AT REPORTING DATE 2,147,603 2,260,604

The above statement and those that follow are a summary only. For a full set of Trust Financial Statements for 2011-12 with accompanying notes etc, that these Financial Statements form part of, contact the Trustees or the Gallery. These were distributed on the night of the annual general meeting.


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HAMILTON ART GALLERY TRUST FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 2012 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION 2012 2011 $ $ ASSETS Current Assets Cash Assets 162,446 123,396 Outstanding Distributions 0 449 GST Amounts Owing 12 22 Sub-total 162,458 123,867 Non Current Assets Investments 1,985,145 2,136,737 NET ASSETS 2,147,603 2,260,604 REPRESENTED BY THESE FUNDS: General Fund 182,570 175,984 G and H Handbury Fund 397,013 415,887 T H Taylor and L Taylor Bequest 58,582 58,582 M L Foster Endowment Fund 1,441,049 1,542,557 SG and BW Robson Bequest 68,389 67,594 Total 2,147,603 2,260,604


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HAMILTON ART GALLERY TRUST FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 2012 STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS 2012 2011 $ $ CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Receipts from Donations, Memberships and Grants 10,500 12,100 Receipts from Interest, Dividends and Distributions 8,954 7,561 Receipts from Imputation Credit Refund 25,949 23,067 Receipts from Outstanding Deposits 449 0 Payments to Suppliers (6,812) (6,935) Payments for Gallery Acquisitions 0 (50,000) TOTAL CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES

39,040

(14,207)

CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES Proceeds on Sale of Investments 0 50,000 Purchase of Investments 0 (6,439) TOTAL CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES 0 43,561 Net increase in cash held 39,040 29,354 Net GST movement 10 (1) Cash at Bank and Investments as at 1 st July, 2011

123,396

94,043

Cash at Bank and Investments as at 30th June, 2012

162,446

123,396


LIFE MEMBERS 2012-13

Mr B. J. Aarons Mrs B. J. Aarons Dr H. P. Aders Mrs L. Anderson Dr E. L. Arthur Philip Bade Mrs W. G. Bannon Mrs Jane Marion Barrie Dr Ian Barker Mrs T. G. Baylis Jerry Van Beek Mrs Sandra Benjamin OAM Mrs A. D. Blain R. S. Bowden Mrs Alison M. Burgess M. A. Brian Mrs M. A. Brian Mrs Mary-Anne Brown E. J. Cameron Mrs E. J. Cameron Mrs Margaret Anne Cameron Mrs Jennifer Carty Mrs Wendy Carty Dr H. D. Chamberlain Dr B. R. Christie Angus Christie Anne Kristin Hopsdal Christie Mrs C. W. Christie Mrs E. M. Christie Mrs J. B. Christie Mrs K. L. Christie Mrs J. A. Coutts R. D. Croker Mrs E. C. Dempster Dr R. E. Dempster Peter Di Sciascio Mrs Katherine M. Dopheide Mrs R. O. Douglas Mrs Catherine Drew Mr Colin Dunkley Mrs D. Dyer R. T. Evans Mrs T. G. Evans Mrs S. P. J. Falkenberg Dr J. Douglas Fleming Rt. Hon. Malcolm Fraser R. J. Fraser Wayne Freeman J.P. Friends of Hamilton Art Gallery Rod Fyffe

Mrs D.C.L. Gibbs Mrs L. Gordon Roslyn Greenwood Mrs J. W. Gubbins Mr Anthony J. Gurry Mrs Geraldine P. Gurry Hamilton Quilters Hamilton Spectator Hamilton Wool & Craft Guild Dr G. N. Handbury AO Mrs R. J. B. Heard R. M. Hunter N. M. Hyslop Dr Peter Hyslop Dr Anne E. Hyslop Philip L. Jacobsen Miss Jane Jones Dr Lloyd Jenkins Byron Kehoe Lesley Kehoe John C. Kelsall R.D. Kelsall Dr J. Craig de Kievit Mrs Jacqueline D. de Kievit B.A. Ladd Mrs B. A. Ladd Mrs P. Learmonth Mrs R. Lowenstern R. P. C. Lowenstern Mrs Susan M. Mann Mr Ewan J. McLarty Mrs Megan V. McLarty D. N. McOwan Mrs Jane Macdonald Mrs W. G. Macdonald H. H. MacKinnon T. D. Menzel Gordon Moffatt Monivae College Mrs C. B. Morgan J. W. Morgan Mrs J. W. Morgan Allan J. Myers AO QC Mrs A. J. Myers S. H. Newton AO Ms Fiona Pentland S. Reynolds Mrs A. N. Roach Dr Susan Robertson Dr David Robson

Mrs David Robson Mrs J. Rodda Mrs Margaret M. Ross Dr Anne D. Ryan Mrs J. L. Sherman Mrs Lesley J. Slorach J. J. Soulsby J. R. Spence Mrs A.H. Stewart Mrs Angela M. Taylor The Commonwealth Bank of Australia The Hamilton and Alexandra College John A. E. Thomson Mrs John A. E. Thomson Mrs G. R. Walker N. D. Walker R. D. Walter AM Mrs R. D. Walter Mrs A. C. Wark G. W. Whipp Leighton Wraith


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