SIBLEY, Andrew

SIBLEY, Andrew | SIBLEY, Andrew J.

(1933–2015) Australian | English | Male

(married to Irene SIBLEY). Worked: Australia (NSW, VIC). Lithographs

Artist (painter) | Drawer | Printmaker

EXHIBITION HISTORY 1 – 19 of 19 exhibitions

Andrew Sibley [1960].

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Don McInnes Gallery. (1960 – 1960)
Rowes Arcade, 203 Adelaide Street, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Andrew Sibley [1961].

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Johnstone Gallery [2]. (21 March 1961 – 7 April 1961)
6 Cintra Road, Bowen Hills, Queensland, Australia

Andrew Sibling: Paintings and watercolours.

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Rudy Komon Art Gallery (1962 – 1962)
124 Jersey Rd Woollahra, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Andrew Sibley [1963].

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Bonython Art Gallery [Adelaide 1] (1963 – 1963)
88 Jerningham Street, North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Andrew Sibley: Paintings.

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Rudy Komon Art Gallery (1964 – 1964)
124 Jersey Rd Woollahra, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Andrew Sibling: Paintings.

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Rudy Komon Art Gallery (1966 – 1966)
124 Jersey Rd Woollahra, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

[Andrew Sibley 1967].

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Crossley Gallery (1967 – 1967)
4 Crossley Lane, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

[Andrew Sibley 1968].

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Crossley Gallery (1968 – 1968)
4 Crossley Lane, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Andrew Sibley: 20 years of prints, lithographs and etchings.

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Impressions On Paper Gallery [2] (23 July 2006)
7 Lonsdale Street, Braddon, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Andrew Sibley, prints and drawings.

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Osborne and Polak Gallery (28 March 1972 – 21 April 1972)
8 Avoca St., South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Andrew Sibley [1973].

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Barry's Art Gallery [Surfers Paradise]. (23 November 1973 – 6 December 1973)
34 Orchid Avenue, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia

The heroic years of Australian painting 1940-1965.

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Melbourne Town Hall (2 April 1977 – 20 April 1977)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Sale Regional Arts Centre (29 April 1977 – 20 May 1977)
Civic Centre, Sale, Victoria, Australia

Ballarat Fine Art Gallery. (27 May 1977 – 17 June 1977)
40 Lydiard St., Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

Warrnambool Art Gallery [1]. (24 June 1977 – 15 July 1977)
214 Timor St., Warrnambool, Victoria, Australa

Shepparton Art Gallery (22 July 1977 – 8 August 1977)
Shepparton, Victoria, Australia

Hamilton Art Gallery (12 August 1977 – 2 September 1977)
107 Brown st., Hamilton, Victoria, Australia

Bendigo Art Gallery (16 September 1977 – 7 October 1977)
42 View St., Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

Mildura Arts Centre (14 October 1977 – 4 November 1977)
199 Cureton Ave, Mildura, Victoria, Australia

Benalla Art Gallery (11 November 1977 – 2 December 1977)
Bridge St., 'By the lake', Benalla, Victoria, Australia

Ararat Regional Art Gallery (27 January 1978 – 17 February 1978)
Town Hall, Vincent Street, Ararat, Victoria, Australia

Geelong Art Gallery. (24 February 1978 – 17 March 1978)
Little Malop St., Geelong, Victoria, Australia

La Trobe Regional Art Gallery (24 May 1978 – 14 April 1978)
138 Commerical Road, Morwell Victoria, Australia

Mornington Peninsula Arts Centre (9 December 1978 – 20 January 1978)
4 Vancouver St., Mornington, Victoria, Australia

European beginnings: Eight Austrlian artists from Europe.

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Ivan Dougherty Gallery [1]. (2 April 1979 – 20 April 1979)
Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education, 200 Cumberland Street, The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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

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

Major printers and printmakers.

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Solander Gallery [2] (12 March 1993 – 14 April 1993)
36 Grey St., Deakin, Canberra, Australian Capital territory, Australia

The print, the press, the artist and the printer ... Limited Editions and Artists' Books from Art Presses of the ACT.

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Drill Hall Gallery [ANU]. (1 October 1994 – 1 October 1994)
Australian National University, Kingsley St., Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Andrew Sibley [1999].

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Solander Gallery [3] (10 September 1999 – 3 October 1999)
10 Schlich Street, Yarralumla, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia