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John Olsen


Limited 2018 collection Editioned prints & multiples by leading Australian artists

John Olsen Born in Newcastle in 1928, Dr John Olsen received an Order of Australia in 2001.

LIMITED Contemporary Editions is a Sydney based print studio presenting exceptional quality, archival limited edition reproduction prints from a collection of Australia’s most celebrated artists including John Olsen, Stephen Ormandy, Matthew Johnson, Martine Emdur and Julian Meagher. We are also continuously working with new artists to present a dynamic selection of contemporary artworks.

After studying in Sydney in the early 1950s, Olsen’s potential was recognised and he was paid to travel and paint in Europe, spending time in Paris and Majorca. On his return, Olsen introduced an expressionistic type of painting to other young Sydney painters, “You Beaut Country” signalling the beginning of his subsequent success.

LIMITED Contemporary Editions works directly with artists to accurately colour match every fine art rendition, bringing the imagery of our most celebrated artists to the public in multiple form.

Olsen’s feeling for the Australian environment was demonstrated in his landscapes which were teeming with life, with irregular squiggles and dots imposed on loosely brushed and stained expanses of colour.

Each artwork image is reproduced on the finest Hahnemühle archival etching or watercolour paper using the highest quality, fade-resistant pigmented inks. Each print is hand signed and editioned by the artist to validate and authenticate the print.

In 1968, Olsen set up and ran the Bakery Art School, running it until 1970. It was in 1970 that he received a commission, from the Dobell Foundation to paint the Sydney Opera House mural, “Salute to Five Bells”, inspired by a poem by Kenneth Slessor. In 1977 he was awarded the O.B.E. for services to the Arts and in 1993 he was awarded an Australian Creative Fellowship. He was also awarded the Wynne Prize in 1969 and 1985 and the Archibald Prize in 2005 among many other awards throughout his career.

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Olsen’s work is represented in all Australian state gallery collections (Art Gallery NSW Collection), the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra and regional galleries Australia wide. He is also represented in institutional, corporate and private collections in Australasia, United Kingdom, Europe and the United States of America. John Olsen is represented by Olsen Gallery Sydney.


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LATEST RELEASE 2018

Far left: River in Flood 2018 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 95 x 50 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,250

Left: Rookery 2018 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 95 x 50 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,250

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LATEST RELEASES

Harbour Pool (Blue Swimmer Crab), 2018 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 71 x 135 cm Edition of 35 AUD $3,300 6


The French Bath, 2018 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 54.5 x 51 cm Edition of 45 AUD $1,900

Barcelona Squid Ink, 2018 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 42 x 50 cm Edition of 35 AUD $1,600

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Kangaroo Country, 2018 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 70 x 51 cm Edition of 40 AUD $1,900 8

Spring at the Lily Pond, 2018 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 70 x 65 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,300


Low Tide, 2018 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 75 x 80 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,500

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EARLY WORKS DARLINGHURST CATS The original two-panel painting, measuring 250 x 312cm was commissioned from the artist by collector and philanthropist John Kaldor in 1962. It is now owned by a private Sydney collector. “Olsen’s early reputation rests on the paintings he produced in the early 60s – big colourful works often composed around a large circular motif skirted with line work that hovers between abstraction and figuration. Darlinghurst Cats (1962) is a fine example of this approach – a cat’s body floats like an island in the centre of the canvas. What appears to be a plant-like extrusion on the left morphs into a cat’s head and a feline body emerges below. “ - Andrew Frost: The Art Life Review, Sept 2016

Darlinghurst Cats, 2018 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 66 x 82 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,500

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Right: People who live on Victoria Street, 2018 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 54.5 x 82 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,500


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SYDNEY SUN I recall coming into the Harbour in the early morning after being in Europe for several years, the surrounding hills seemed to cradle the sun’s light – like a benevolent bath, bubbling and effervescent. [There was] the image of things growing, pullulating from the sun’s source. - John Olsen

Sydney sun is an optimistic, life-enhancing work that demonstrates John Olsen’s innovative approach to painting and his imaginative response to place that came to the fore in the 1960s. During the late 1950s and early 1960s, he had become interested in the idea of our interdependence with the natural world. This idea was conveyed in Sydney sun, along with his enthusiastic engagement with locality. In 1960 Olsen had returned to Sydney after three years in Europe, spent predominantly living in Spain. After living in an old Mediterranean culture, he found the local environment of Sydney magically vibrant and alive. He was struck by the brightness of the light and the energy of urban life. Sydney sun encompasses the exuberant vitality of place. From the powerful life-giving energy of the golden orb, the rays of sun become exploratory, meandering tentacles, at one with the plant forms and scatter of pollen, and with the various creatures that have come under its pulsating spell.

Sydney Sun 1965 Archival pigment print on 256 gsm English watercolour paper Paper size Large 79.9 x 108 cm, X Large 107.5 x 142.1 cm Large AUD $4,000 X Large AUD $5,000 Edition of 250

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The work was originally conceived as a ceiling painting and is one of the most significant examples of a small group of ceiling paintings Olsen created in the 1960s. It was revolutionary at the time it was painted in that it conveyed a sense of place in strikingly fresh ways. Text © National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 2010 From: Ron Radford (ed), Collection highlights: National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2008.


FIVE BELLS In 1963 John Olsen undertook a private commission to paint “Five Bells, 1963”. It was based on the theme of a poem by the Australian poet, Kenneth Slessor called Five Bells. The poem that would later become the subject of his best known public commission, the Sydney Opera House mural “Salute to Five Bells”. John’s selection to paint the mural was made by the William Dobell Art Foundation in 1972 and his mural was in place for the official opening of the Opera House in October 1973. Both these paintings represent a shared, passionate connection with Sydney Harbour. The original work is part of the Art Gallery of New South Wales collection. Artist comment on the work: “Five Bells” was my first commission to paint in situ to cover a wall … I didn’t hesitate. I brushed a line around the core theme, the seed-burst, the life-burst, the seaharbour, the source of life. Inside and around this core, I painted images drawn from metaphors and similes in [Kenneth] Slessor’s poem of our harbour city, and from my own emotional and physical involvement with the harbour, and with my young family in Watsons Bay … I wanted to show the Harbour as a movement, a sea suck, and the sound of the water as though I am part of the sea ... The painting says directly what I wanted to say: ‘I am in the sea-harbour, and the sea-harbour is in me’. - John Olsen, 1999.

Five Bells Archival pigment print on 256 gsm English watercolour paper Image size Large 82 x 85 cm, X Large 102 x 106 cm Large AUD $2,100 X Large AUD $3,000 Edition of 250 13


The Japanese Kite, 2018 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 84 x 91.5 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,800

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The Little River Archival pigment print on 256 gsm English watercolour paper Paper size Large 92.5 x 89 cm, X Large 114.7 x 109.4 cm Large AUD $2,500 X Large AUD $3,300 Edition of 99

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Right: Barrenjoey - Popping Blue Bottles 2012 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 75 x 95 cm Edition of 65 AUD $2,800

Popping Blue Bottles 2007 Archival pigment print on 256 gsm English watercolour paper Image size Large Paper size: 89 x 96 cm X Large 98.5 x 106.6 cm Edition of 250 Large AUD $2,500 X Large AUD $3,300

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Popping Blue Bottles II 2013 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 68 x 74 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,600


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Bondi - Rose Fingered Dawn Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 76 x 82 cm Edition of 65 AUD $2,500

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Spring Tide - Sydney Harbour, 2011 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size Medium 51 x 102 cm Edition of 65 AUD $2,200

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Spring at Rydal 1992 Archival pigment print on 256 gsm English watercolour paper Blind embossed with a frog design drawn by John Olsen Image size Small 51 x 113 cm, Large 80 x 190 cm Edition of 65 Small AUD $2,500 Large AUD $3,400

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Tropical Lily Pond 2006 Archival pigment print on 256 gsm English watercolour paper Blind embossed with a frog design drawn by John Olsen Image size 53 x 132 cm Edition of 250 AUD $2,200

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Lake Eyre - The Desert Sea VIII, 2018 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 94 x 71 cm Edition of 35 AUD $3,500 22

Lake Eyre - The Desert Sea XIII, 2018 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 94 x 71 cm Edition of 35 AUD $3,500


LAKE EYRE - THE DESERT SEA SERIES “I first went to Lake Eyre in 1974. It was only the second time it had flooded, since Cook landed in Australia. Swollen rivers poured in to fill the dry lake, transforming it into a vast inland sea. “I became fascinated with the paradox of Lake Eyre: there it is, and there it isn’t. “Suddenly the silent dry salt pans transform into a vast lake filled with fish, flotillas of noisy birds and animal life teem in. Then it dries out and becomes a vast silent, salt-encrusted expanse again. “Lake Eyre has a special spiritual quality that kept drawing me back to it, time and again. It’s so full of wondrous contradictions and enigmas, which inspire more meditative contemplation.” John Olsen - John Olsen, 1999

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Lake Eyre - The Desert Sea II, 2017 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 94 x 71 cm Edition of 35 AUD $3,500 24

Lake Eyre - The Desert Sea III, 2017 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 94 x 71 cm Edition of 35 AUD $3,500


Lake Eyre - The Desert Sea VII, 2017 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 94 x 71 cm Edition of 35 AUD $3,500

Lake Eyre - The Desert Sea IX, 2017 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 94 x 71 cm Edition of 35 AUD $3,500 25


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Lake Eyre 1975, Published 2014 Archival pigment print on 256gsm English watercolour paper, Blind embossed with a frog design drawn by John Olsen Large Image size 87.5 x 81.6 cm, X Large Paper size: 116.8 x 109.5 cm Edition of 99 Large AUD $2,250, X Large AUD $3,000

Lake Eyre 2004, Published 2014 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Blind embossed with a frog design drawn by John Olsen Image size Large 81.6cm x 87.3 cm, X Large Paper size: 109 x 116 cm Edition of 65 Large AUD $2,250, A Large AUD $3,000

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Wetlands 1985 Archival pigment print on 256gsm English watercolour paper Paper size X Large 104 x 135.3 cm Edition of 65 X Large AUD $3,300 Broken Egg and Summer Landscape, 1986-87 Archival pigment print on 256gsm English watercolour paper Paper size Large 89.3 x 101.9 cm, X Large 109.3 x 124.9 cm Large AUD $2,250 X Large AUD $3,000 Edition of 25

Right: Onkaparinga Hill, Blue Wren & Fox, SA, 1999 Archival pigment print on 256gsm English watercolour paper Paper size Large 83.0 x 104 cm, X Large 109.3 x 124.9 cm Large AUD $2,500 X Large AUD $3,300 Edition of 65 28


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Left: Desert Flowers, 2018 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 67.5 x 83 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,800

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Kimberley Wetseason Archival pigment print on 256gsm English watercolour paper Paper size Large 93 x 89.6 c, X Large 114.7cm x 109.4 cm Large AUD $3,000 X Large $3,500 Edition of 35

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KIMBERLEY WETSEASON It was in the winter of 1982 that John Olsen first ventured into the Kimberley, an experience that was to have an enduring influence and become a reoccurring motif in his work. With its stark contrasts of flood plains and endless desert, the North-West struck Olsen as a fabled Never-Never. A wilderness of brutal and tangled beauty, Olsen described his engagement with the landscape as having ‘an impact which makes one strive for familiar points of reference: to compare the complex of channels through the Wyndham salt flats to the gigantic nervous system, or the strange rock formations of the Bungle Bungle to abandoned Buddhist temples. It is as though the observer is forced to seek a key to their messages, but there really is no point in making such comparisons because the North-West remains unique: a territory with a fearful fascination and an unforgettable charisma which have no relationship to any other human experience.’ It is this ‘charisma’ that is so amply illustrated here in Kimberley Wet Season 2004. Displaying Olsen’s extraordinary ability to convey atmosphere, the work is a deluge of tropical abundance, a storm contained within the parameters of the picture frame. - Preface in Olsen, J., The Land Beyond Time, 1984

The Big Wet, 2010 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 65 x 82 cm Edition of 65 AUD $2,500

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Right: Kimberley Wetseason Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 70 x 82 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,600


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Tree Frogs, 2010 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 65 x 66.5 cm Edition of 85 AUD $2,200

Left: Frog Celebration After Storm Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 85 x 81 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,800

Frog Dance (Lakefield Sunset) Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 85 x 81 cm Edition of 35 AUD $3,300

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Hanging Tree Frog, 2017 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 63 x 55 cm Edition of 65 AUD $2,300 Falling Frog, 2017 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 80 x 58 cm Edition of 65 AUD $2,300 36


Frog Swimming, 2018 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 71 x 51.5 cm Edition of 45 AUD $2,800

Frog and Fly Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 74 x 52 cm Edition of 90 AUD $2,200 37


Paella Marinara, 2017 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 75 x 82 cm Edition of 35 AUD $2,800

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The Little Universe of the Sous Chef, 2011 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 77 x 82 cm Edition of 65 AUD $2,800


CULINARIA - The Cuisine of the Sun

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Squid with its own ink, 2014 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 51.5 x 57 cm Edition of 40 AUD $1,800

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The Bouillabaisse, 2014 Archival pigment print on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art paper Image size 52 x 57 cm Edition of 40 AUD $1,800


Coq au Vin, 2014 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 52 x 57 cm Edition of 40 AUD $1,800 The Gourmet, 2017 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 53 x 40 cm Edition of 40 AUD $2,200 41


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Giraffes at Mt Kenya, 2010 Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Paper size 73 x 82 cm Edition of 65 AUD $2,500

Monkey & Giraffe Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Paper size 157 x 90 Edition of 30 AUD $3,300 43


Giraffes at Mt. Kenya II Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 84 x 51 cm Edition of 85 AUD $2,800 44

Mt Kenya Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 65 x 48 cm Edition of 65 AUD $2,200


Giraffes Approaching Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Fine Art paper Image size 52 x 60cm Edition of 85 AUD $1,800 Left: John Olsen signing ‘Giraffes Approaching’

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THE BIRD SERIES Olsen painted the original watercolour and pastel artworks in Sydney in 1983, upon his return from Queensland. The “Jacanas” bird which features in this series of works is know as “The Christ Bird” because its big feet allow the little bird to run across the water lillies, as if it is walking on water. Each work features two additional “frog” blind embossments drawn by John Olsen.

Cormorant and Jacana 1983 Archival pigment print on 256gsm English watercolour paper \Image size 75 x 99 cm Edition of 99 AUD $2,250

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Right: Jacanas - The Christ Bird 1983 Archival pigment print on 256gsm English watercolour paper Image size 72.4 x 99 cm Edition of 99 AUD $2,250

Waterbirds 1983 Archival pigment print on 256gsm English watercolour paper Image size 72.6 x 99 cm Edition of 99 AUD $2,250


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John Olsen BIOGRAPHY Born in Newcastle, 1928. Dr John Olsen received an Order of Australia (A.O.) in 2001. In 1977 he was awarded the O.B.E. for services to the Arts and in 1993 he was awarded an Australian Creative Fellowship. He was also awarded the Wynne Prize in 1969 and 1985 and the Archibald Prize in 2005 amongst many other awards throughout his career. He has also received an honorary doctorate of letters from both the University of NSW (2003) and the University of Newcastle (2011). SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2017 John Olsen: The You Beaut Country, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney 2016 John Olsen, Olsen Irwin, Sydney John Olsen: The You Beaut Country, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne 2015 Destination Sydney, Mosman Art Gallery, Sydney Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane 2014 Myself and other Animals, Metro Gallery, Melbourne 2013-14 John Olsen: New Work, Olsen Irwin, Sydney 2013 John Olsen: An Exhibition of New Work, Osborne Samuel, London in conjunction with Olsen Irwin, Sydney 2012 Lake Eyre: The Desert Sea. Metro Gallery, Melbourne 2011 John Olsen, Lake Eyre – The Desert Sea, Ruminations on an empty landscape, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney John Olsen, Lake Eyre – The Desert Sea, Ruminations on an empty landscape, Tim Olsen Gallery at the Hong Kong Art Fair 2010 John Olsen, Culinaria; The Cuisine of the Sun, Tim Olsen Gallery 2009 Olsen: Paintings & Drawings, Metro Gallery, Melbourne 2007 John Olsen, A Salute to Sydney, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney 2006 The Coorong: Unfinished Journey, Metro 5 Gallery, Melbourne Selected works, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney John Olsen: His Complete Graphics, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney John Olsen, Selection of Graphics, Eastgate and Holst Gallery, Melbourne 2005 The Flight to Broome, Tim Olsen Gallery Annex, Sydney. Pulse, Tarrawarra Museum of Art, Victoria Teeming with Life, His Complete Graphics 1957-2005, Book launch and exhibition of selected etchings, Cosa Gallery, London The Coorong Suite, New Releases, Print Survey. Port Jackson Press Gallery, Melbourne 48

A selection of recent etchings by John Olsen, Impressions on Paper Gallery, Canberra 2004 John Olsen, Recent Works, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney 2003 John Olsen, Metro 5 Gallery, Melbourne Sydney Harbour, Seaport of Desire, a survey of prints and drawings, Port Jackson Press, Melbourne 2002 Seaport of Desire, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney 2001 Recent works on paper, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney 2000 John Olsen: Past & Present, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney 1998 John Olsen: Recent Paintings 1995 - 1998, Olsen Carr Art Dealers, Sydney ‘New York Nowhere’, recent paintings and works on paper, Olsen Carr Art Dealers, Sydney 1995 John Olsen: Recent Works, Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane 1994 John Olsen: Recent Work 1992-1994, Deutscher Fine Art, Melbourne 1993 John Olsen: Recent Works, Sherman Galleries Goodhope, Sydney John Olsen: Recent Etchings, Olsen Carr Art Dealers, Sydney 1992 John Olsen Retrospective, Art Gallery of New South Wales, John Olsen Retrospective, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne 1991 John Olsen, Australian Galleries, Melbourne 1990 John Olsen, Australian Galleries, Sydney 1989 John Olsen, Greenhill Gallery, Perth The Land Beyond Time, works from the Christensen Fund Collection, touring exhibition Manly Art Gallery, Sydney; Nolan Gallery, Canberra; The Centre Gallery, Gold Coast 1988 John Olsen - Encounters with Drawing, Australian Galleries, Melbourne 1987-8 John Olsen - Encounters with Drawing, Wollongong City Gallery 1986 Paintings and Drawings by John Olsen from the permanent collection, John Olsen - In Search of the Open Country 1961-1986, Heide, Melbourne John Olsen: Gold, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney John Olsen, Australian Galleries, Melbourne 1985 John Olsen, Tynte Gallery, Adelaide 1984 John Olsen, Tynte Gallery, Adelaide Festival, Adelaide 1983 John Olsen: Selected Graphics, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth John Olsen - The Land Beyond Time, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth 1982 John Olsen 81-82 and Noela Hjorth, Bortignon’s Kalamunda Gallery of Man, John Olsen, Australian Galleries, Melbourne 1981 John Olsen: A Sliver of Time, Barry Stern Galleries, Sydney 1980 John Olsen: Exhibition of Recent Paintings, Australian Galleries, Melbourne John Olsen: Paintings and Drawings 77-80 Lister Gallery, Festival of Perth, Perth


John Olsen: My Complete Graphics, David Reid Gallery, Sydney 1979 John Olsen: Earth Hold etchings, Cintra House, Brisbane 1978 John Olsen: Paintings and Drawings 77-78, Barry Stern Galleries, Sydney 1977 John Olsen: Recent Paintings, Australian Galleries, Melbourne 1976 John Olsen: Recent oil paintings, gouaches, drawings and etchings, Ray The Child in us All, St John’s Anglican Cathedral, Brisbane 1975 John Olsen: Edge of the Void, Rudy Komon Gallery, Sydney John Olsen 74-75: Edge of the Void and Opera House Mural Studies, Australian Edge of the Void: Paintings, Drawings, Etchings and Lithographs by John Olsen, Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide John Olsen: Etchings, Gallery Huntly, Canberra 1974 John Olsen, Atelier 72 Gallery, Adelaide 1973 John Olsen, Rudy Komon Gallery, Sydney 1972 John Olsen, Australian Galleries, Melbourne 1971 John Olsen, Rudy Komon Gallery, Sydney 1970 John Olsen, Reid Gallery, Brisbane 1969 The Dunmoochin Summer: John Olsen ‘69, Rudy Komon Gallery, Sydney John Olsen ‘69- Exhibition of Gouches and Oil Paintings, White Studio, Adelaide 1967 Entrance to the Castle of Life: John Olsen 66-67, Clune Galleries, Sydney Entrance to the Castle of Life: John Olsen 66-67, South Yarra Gallery, Melbourne 1965 John Olsen, Clune Galleries, Sydney John Olsen, South Yarra Gallery, Melbourne 1963 An Exhibition of Recent Paintings, Gouaches & Drawings by John Olsen, John Olsen: Recent Paintings, Australian Galleries, Melbourne 1960 Olsen, Galerie Lambert, Paris John Olsen, Terry Clune Galleries, Sydney 1958 John Olsen, Macquarie Galleries, Sydney 1955 John Olsen, Macquarie Galleries, Sydney

COLLECTIONS John Olsen’s work is represented in all Australian state gallery collections, the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra and regional galleries Australia wide. He is also represented in institutional, corporate and private collections in Australasia, United Kingdom, Europe and the United States of America. SELECTED BIOGRAPHY Virginia Spate, John Olsen, Georgian House, Melbourne, 1973 John Olsen, Salute to Five Bells: John Olsen’s Opera House Journal, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1973 John Olsen, My Complete Graphics, 1957-79, Gryphon Books, Melbourne, 1980 Sandra McGrath and John Olsen, The Artist and the Desert, Bay Books, Sydney and London, 1981 John Olsen: Gold, exhibition catalogue, introduction by Edmund Capon, essay by John Olsen, AGNSW, Sydney, 1986 Deborah Hart, John Olsen, Craftsman House, 1991 John Olsen, Drawn from Life, D&S, Sydney, 1997

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