Frank Pash - City of Albany Art Collection

Past Event


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‘Frank Pash’ presents a large proportion of the City of Albany’s extensive collection of Australian painter Frank Pash’s original artworks, including some large-scale works, previously not shown in public. The exhibition features a series of Frank’s oil paintings, watercolours and illustrations, depicting maritime landscapes and aspects of Captain James Cook’s life and voyages.

Internationally acclaimed artist Frank Pash (1920-1990) worked predominantly in oils, depicting Australian historical moments with a focus on the Vietnam war, maritime battles and landscapes. He also illustrated a number of history books, written by his cousin Brian Pash which were commissioned by the Perth Building Society. In 2008 Bill Olde bequeathed the 48 original artworks by Frank Pash to the City of Albany for its art collection.

 Frank Pash exhibition will be on display at the Albany Town Hall from Wednesday 25th May until Friday 10th June.

Event Details

Time: 10 am - 5pm, Tuesday - Saturday

Venue: Albany Town Hall

Cost: Free

Enquiries

Organisation: City of Albany

Phone: 68203853

Email: arts@albany.wa.gov.au

Event Date(s)

  • Wednesday 25th May 2022

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