MILLER, Max

MILLER, Max | MILLER, Max John

(1940–) Australian | Male

Worked: Australia (NSW). Etchings, Lithographs, Wood-engravings, Woodcuts

Artist (painter) | Artist (water-colouristist) | Drawer | Printer | Printmaker

EXHIBITION HISTORY 1 – 7 of 7 exhibitions

Print Council of Australia 1976 Exhibition

Venues

Torrens C.A.E. (North Adelaide) (1 March 1976 – 1 November 1976)

Torrens College Of Advanced Education (21 March 1976 – 20 April 1976)

Mitchell Regional Gallery (10 May 1976 – 10 June 1976)
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (24 June 1976 – 1977)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Manly Art Gallery (19 August 1976 – 19 September 1976)
West Esplanade Reserve, Manly, New South Wales, Australia

Sale Regional Arts Centre (2 October 1976 – 1 November 1976)
Civic Centre, Sale, Victoria, Australia

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (25 June 1977 – 24 July 1977)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Hawthorn City Art Gallery (7 July 1977 – 21 July 1977)
584 Glenferrie Rd., Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia

<p>Australian art in prints 1970-1980.</p>

Venues

Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery (24 December 1981 – 26 February 1982)
2 Wellington St., Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Australian Graphic Art Second half of the Twentieth Century.

Venues

Borough Galleries, The (1 August 1982 – 1 August 1982)
10 High St., Eaglehawk, Victoria, Australia

Max Miller.

Venues

Miller Gallery [1]. (1984 – 1984)
80 Broadway, Nedlands, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Frank Hodgkinson. Etchings 1984.

Venues

Stadia Graphics Gallery (17 April 1984 – 12 May 1984)
1st floor, 85 Elizabeth Street, Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Australian identities in printmaking. The Australian print collection of Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery.

Venues

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery [3] (2000 – 14 January 2001)
Civic Centre, Baylis St., Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia

Ruins, romance and reinvention: Italy's Modern Art Revival

Venues

The Corporate Vault (1 February 2010 – 26 February 2010)
Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia