Drawings and Prints

Shead, Garry

GARRY SHEAD, born Sydney 1942, an Australian artist and filmmaker who won the Archibald Prize in 1992/93 with a portrait of Tom Thompson, and won the Dobell Prize in 2004 with Colloquy with John Keats. He studied at the National Art School in the 1960s. He was a friend of Brett Whiteley and participated in the famous Yellow House activities. He has shown in more than seventy group exhibitions and had over fifty solo exhibitions. He was a finalist in the Archibald Prize in 2009 and 2012.  Shead is represented in the National Gallery of Australia and all state galleries, many regional galleries and numerous private and corporate collections, both nationally and internationally.

The Arrival

The Arrival

Shead, Garry

2002

Limited edition collograph 40/80

65 cm x 86 cm

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The Awakening

The Awakening

Shead, Garry

2002

Limited edition collograph 40/80

65 cm x 90 cm

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Checkmate

Checkmate

Shead, Garry

2002

Limited Edition Collograph 40/80

65 cm x 90 cm

$38,000 set of 6

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The Supper

The Supper

Shead, Garry

2002

Limited Edition Collograph 40/80

65 cm x 90 cm

$38,000 set of 6

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Thirroul

Thirroul

Shead, Garry

2002

Limitged Edition Collograph 40/80

65 cm x 90 cm

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The Wave

The Wave

Shead, Garry

2002

Limited Edition Collograph 40/80

65 cm x 90 cm

$38,000 set of 6

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