National Museum of Women in the Arts
Jacqueline Fahey
1929 - present
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Photograph of Jacqueline Fahey, courtesy of the artist
Place of Birth:
Timaru
Nationality:
New Zealander
Phonetic Spelling:
JAH-qeh-lihn FAY-hee
Work Type/Media:
Painting
Artistic Role(s):
Landscape Painter, Painter, Portraitist
Style:
Feminist Art, Other
Other Occupation(s):
Lecturer, Writer
Place(s) of Residence:
Wellington
Auckland
Where Trained/Schools:
University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand (1947-1951)
Related Visual Artists:
collaborated with Rita Angus influenced by Arthur Boyd influenced by Russell Clark influenced by Juliet Peter influenced by Pablo Picasso influenced by Georges Rouault influenced by Sylvia Sleigh
Fellowships, grants and awards:
Travel Grant, Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand (1980)
Earliest exhibition:
Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand (1973)
NMWA exhibition(s):
WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution
Artist retrospective(s):
Portrait on the Looking Glass, The World of Jacqueline Fahey: A Survey of Paintings, 1957-1995, Fisher Gallery, Manukau, New Zealand (1996)