Thake, Eric.

Thake, Eric. | ET | THAKE, Eric Prentice Anchor

(1904–1982) Australian | Male

Worked: Australia (VIC). Engravings, Linocuts, Woodcuts

Artist (painter) | Artist (water-colouristist) | Drawer | Graphic designer | Painter | Photographer | Printmaker

EXHIBITION HISTORY 1 – 20 of 49 exhibitions

Society of Artists' Special Exhibition.

Venues

David Jones' Art Gallery [Elizabeth st]. (6 May 1929 – 20 May 1929)
7th floor (Mezzanine), Elizabeth Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Society of Artists' Annual Exhibition.

Venues

Education Department Gallery (7 September 1929 – 4 October 1929)
5th floor, Loftus St., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Society of Artists Annual Exhibition [1929].

Venues

Education Department Gallery (7 September 1929 – 4 October 1929)
5th floor, Loftus St., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Society of Artists' Annual Exhibition.

Venues

Education Department Gallery (5 September 1930 – 2 October 1930)
5th floor, Loftus St., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Exhibition of Linocuts [1930].

Venues

Everyman's Lending Library (10 December 1930 – 24 December 1930)
332 Collins St., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Exhibition of Linocuts [1932].

Venues

Everyman's Lending Library (5 April 1932 – 16 April 1932)
332 Collins St., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Exhibition of Prints.

Venues

Modern Art Centre (3 August 1933 – 1933)
56 Margaret St., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

[Exhibition of contemporary art].

Venues

Geelong Grammar Art Gallery. (1 November 1935 – 1 November 1935)
Geelong Grammar, Geelong, Victoria, australia

[Prints and drawings]

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [1]. (1 January 1949 – 1 January 1949)
Swanston St., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Canberra Art Club. First Annual Exhibition

Venues

Venue Unknown (1950 – 1950)
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Artists living in Melbourne.

Venues

Peter Bray Gallery (1 February 1953 – 1 February 1953)
435 Bourke St., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Four arts in Australia

Venues

Bendigo Art Gallery (1962 – 1962)
42 View St., Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

Australian Print Survey

Venues

Western Australian Art Gallery (1963 – 1964)
Perth, Western Australia, Australia

National Gallery Of South Australia (1 October 1963 – 1 November 1963)
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Art Gallery Of South Australia. (1 October 1963 – 1 November 1963)
North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

City Galleries In Victoria (1 January 1964 – 1 May 1964)

Art Gallery Of New South Wales. (10 June 1964 – 28 June 1964)
The Domain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (1 July 1964 – 1 July 1964)
Laman Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (1 August 1964 – 1 September 1964)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Tasmanian Museum And Art Gallery (1 September 1964 – 1 October 1964)
40 Macquarie St., Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery (1 September 1964 – 1 October 1964)
2 Wellington St., Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

National Gallery Of Victoria [1]. (1 November 1964 – 1 December 1964)
Swanston St., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Australian Prints Today.

Venues

Museum of History [Washington] (15 July 1966 – 15 September 1966)
Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C., United States of America

<p>Print Council of Australia Print Prize Exhibition 1968</p> Print Prize Exhibition, 1968

Venues

Tasmanian Museum And Art Gallery (1968 – 1968)
40 Macquarie St., Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Ballarat Fine Art Gallery. (1968 – 1968)
40 Lydiard St., Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

City Of Armidale Council Art Gallery (1968 – 1968)
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (1968 – 1 January 1969)
Laman Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Theatre Gallery, Arts Council Of Australia (1 September 1968 – ?)
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Art Gallery Of New South Wales. (1 September 1968 – ?)
The Domain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (1 September 1968 – ?)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Art Gallery Of South Australia. (1 September 1968 – 1 January 1969)
North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Western Australian Art Gallery (23 October 1968 – 17 November 1968)
Perth, Western Australia, Australia

National Gallery Of Victoria [1]. (1969 – 1969)
Swanston St., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery (1969 – 1969)
2 Wellington St., Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

University Of Singapore Gallery (1 July 1969 – 1 July 1969)

Printmakers.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (1968 – 1968)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

[Eric Thake]

Venues

David Ellis Fine Art [1]. (19?? – 19??)
37 Bedford St., Collingwood, Victoria, Australia

Acquisitions 1969

Venues

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (11 February 1970 – 1 March 1970)
Laman Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Eric Thake Retrospective.

Venues

National Gallery Of Victoria [2]. (15 May 1970 – 4 July 1970)
180 St Kilda Rd., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia