Limited editions: Arthur Boyd in print.

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Limited editions: Arthur Boyd in print.

Collective title

A Bundanon travelling exhibition.


Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. (15 March 2005 – 8 May 2005)

Benalla Art Gallery (5 June 2005 – 17 July 2005)

Nolan Gallery (1 October 2005 – 6 November 2005)

Grafton Regional Gallery (16 November 2005 – 8 January 2006)

QUT Art Museum (2 February 2006 – 12 March 2006)

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (25 March 2006 – 21 May 2006)


(2005 – 2006)


Single-artist exhibition. Located: Australia. Prints.

Country of context



Limited Editions – Arthur Boyd in print is the first major exhibition to focus on Arthur Boyd’s prints. The exhibition takes us on a journey through Arthur Boyd’s printmaking career, beginning with the early 1960s when he embarked on his first series of etchings, through to the collographs and etchings of the 1990s. 

Boyd’s command of a wide range of printing techniques is illustrated in the exhibition: from his skilful use of the soft lithograph crayon in St Francis (1964-65) and Pushkin’s Fairy Tales (1978), bold and evocative etchings and aquatints of The Lady and the Unicorn (1973-74) and Narcissus Suite (1983), to his experimentation with the rich colours and textures of collographs of the 1990s in the book Sangkuriang (A legend from West Java), 1993.[blurb]