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Louise Henderson(1902-1994)
LOUISE HENDERSON untitled

Lot 67: LOUISE HENDERSON untitled

Auction Date: Aug 09, 2021

Estimate: $70,000 - $140,000

Description:

Louise Henderson

untitled

oil on board

signed Louise Henderson in brushpoint upper left

1320 x 865mm (each panel)

 

PROVENANCE

Private collection, Auckland. Acquired from The Ron Sang Collection, Lot 32, Art + Object, Auckland, 15 March 2015.

 

Louise Henderson – A Greater Lyricism

Essay by VICTORIA MUNN

 

In June 1952, Louise Henderson wrote a letter to her husband and daughter from Paris. In it, she recounts with great excitement her encounter with French artist Jean Metzinger at Académie Frochot, who praised the personality in her work, stating that it was ‘truly original and beautiful in colour.’ 1 Although her style develops and changes across her lengthy artistic practice, Henderson’s deep fascination with colour remains a constant.

 

Produced in the mid-1960s following the death of her husband Hubert, Henderson’s Elements, Air and Water series marks her steps past cubism, instead embracing a more emotional response to nature. untitled (Lot 67) is representative of these atmospheric canvases, dominated by blue tones and passages of rusty and fiery oranges and filled with gestural brushstrokes, which mark an important development in Henderson’s art. ‘Once I was interested in any solid form,’ she explained, ‘Now I am interested in things that are nothing and everything – like water and air.’ 2 In untitled, it is her sensitive choice of colours that flood the canvases, which imbue the diptych with an impressive sense of liveliness and transitory natural elements. Produced in the following decade, Tahitian Women (Lot 68) also showcases Henderson’s sensitive abilities as a colourist: the kaleidoscope of orange and pink shapes in the figures’ skirts, the gems of colour in the background, and the golden glow emanating from the women, fill the canvas with a vibrancy and liveliness.

 

Within her oeuvre one finds numerous artworks depicting two women. Not only did the subject matter enable her to explore female relationships, the twin motif situates Henderson in an art historical tradition, notably popular among fellow French artists such as Jean-Jacques Lagrenée (1739-1821), Henri de Toulouse- Lautrec (1864-1901) and André Lhote (1885-1962). The subject adapted as her style developed, and served as a useful vehicle for her to work through her artistic concerns. In several paintings depicting two female forms, produced in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the women are surrounded by lush green bush, as the artist seeks to integrate human figures with their natural surroundings. In Tahitian Women, Henderson plays with the position of figures in shallow space, and using colour to evoke a sense of warmth, life and sunlight. Although the women’s hair, arms and torsos are clearly delineated from the background, the flurry of light, geometric, colourful forms in their clothing blend into it.

 

The 1970s marked an important point in Henderson’s artistic output. In the early years of the decade, she focused on depicting the New Zealand bush – its nuanced colours, unique natural forms and patterns of light and shadow. In Flower Forms (Lot 69), an example of the floral arrangements she produced in the early 1970s, Henderson unites this intense interest in nature, and the still-life tradition. But in this work the composition forgoes the heavily contrived, static nature of many still lifes – both old master and modern – and instead evokes a sense of fluidity and movement, and demonstrates her experimentation with the translucency of watercolour to overlap natural forms. Rather than hard-edged, clearly defined cubist planes and heavy blocks of colour, the forms have a greater lyricism and, likely layered on top of one another before the paint dried, suggest a spontaneous, free and expressive artistic process.

 

Although both Tahitian Women and Flower Forms are representational, and retain discernible figurative forms, there are passages that verge on abstraction. Certainly, untitled embraces a poetic, expressive response to nature, barely teetering on representation. Henderson embraced this margin, explaining, ‘Though I do not entirely denounce non-representational work, I do feel that for Western man it has an element of escape, of intellectual withdrawal. My life is on the fringe of two worlds and I want to express this duality.’ 3 Indeed, although she experimented with abstraction, Henderson’s artistic practice focused on the human experience, and reflecting life around her. She had depicted Samoan and MÄ�ori women in the 1950s, experimenting with cubist techniques in works such as Samoan Woman in Yellow (1954) and Maori Matrons (1953), in which the figures are created with flat planes of colour. She returned to the subject of Polynesian figures in the 1970s and ‘80s, surely partly inspired by her several trips to Rarotonga to visit her daughter. The work favours spirit over narrative, colour and light working over depth, and demonstrates, as Flower Forms does, Henderson’s consistent favouring of a shallow picture plane in the late 1960s and 1970s. Here, as in the 1950s works, the female forms dominate the composition. The women, stretching almost the entire length of the great canvas, are almost life-size, and the geometric forms adorning the clothing evoke the colourful, patterned textiles of Polynesian dress. No longer a young Parisian woman; Henderson’s subjects reflect her environment in the Pacific.

 

In a 1970 New Vision Gallery catalogue, Henderson stated her intention to combine non-representational painting and abstraction with subjects and elements from life that would be recognisable for her viewers. ‘The acceptance of a more common, human pattern and the human figure,’ she signaled, ‘will probably increase in my work.’ 4 This demonstrates that although painting was a personal practice for Henderson, in which she responded to her own emotions, surroundings and artistic concerns, she did paint with her viewer in mind, and sought to connect to audiences through her paintbrush.

 

1 Louise Henderson, letter to Hubert and Diane Henderson, 15 June 1952, Louise Henderson Archive, EH McCormick Research Library, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o T�maki, RC 2018/4/8.

2 Louise Henderson, quoted in Otago Daily Times, 31 March 1965.

3 Louise Henderson exhibition catalogue, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 1970.

4 Louise Henderson exhibition catalogue, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 1970.

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LOUISE HENDERSON Tahitian Women

Lot 68: LOUISE HENDERSON Tahitian Women

Auction Date: Aug 09, 2021

Estimate: $75,000 - $125,000

Description:

Louise Henderson

Tahitian Women

1975

oil on canvas

signed Louise Henderson and dated 75 in graphite lower left

1680 x 1680mm

 

PROVENANCE

Private collection, Auckland. Gifted by bequest.

 

Louise Henderson – A Greater Lyricism

Essay by VICTORIA MUNN

 

In June 1952, Louise Henderson wrote a letter to her husband and daughter from Paris. In it, she recounts with great excitement her encounter with French artist Jean Metzinger at Académie Frochot, who praised the personality in her work, stating that it was ‘truly original and beautiful in colour.’ 1 Although her style develops and changes across her lengthy artistic practice, Henderson’s deep fascination with colour remains a constant.

 

Produced in the mid-1960s following the death of her husband Hubert, Henderson’s Elements, Air and Water series marks her steps past cubism, instead embracing a more emotional response to nature. untitled (Lot 67) is representative of these atmospheric canvases, dominated by blue tones and passages of rusty and fiery oranges and filled with gestural brushstrokes, which mark an important development in Henderson’s art. ‘Once I was interested in any solid form,’ she explained, ‘Now I am interested in things that are nothing and everything – like water and air.’ 2 In untitled, it is her sensitive choice of colours that flood the canvases, which imbue the diptych with an impressive sense of liveliness and transitory natural elements. Produced in the following decade, Tahitian Women (Lot 68) also showcases Henderson’s sensitive abilities as a colourist: the kaleidoscope of orange and pink shapes in the figures’ skirts, the gems of colour in the background, and the golden glow emanating from the women, fill the canvas with a vibrancy and liveliness.

 

Within her oeuvre one finds numerous artworks depicting two women. Not only did the subject matter enable her to explore female relationships, the twin motif situates Henderson in an art historical tradition, notably popular among fellow French artists such as Jean-Jacques Lagrenée (1739-1821), Henri de Toulouse- Lautrec (1864-1901) and André Lhote (1885-1962). The subject adapted as her style developed, and served as a useful vehicle for her to work through her artistic concerns. In several paintings depicting two female forms, produced in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the women are surrounded by lush green bush, as the artist seeks to integrate human figures with their natural surroundings. In Tahitian Women, Henderson plays with the position of figures in shallow space, and using colour to evoke a sense of warmth, life and sunlight. Although the women’s hair, arms and torsos are clearly delineated from the background, the flurry of light, geometric, colourful forms in their clothing blend into it.

 

The 1970s marked an important point in Henderson’s artistic output. In the early years of the decade, she focused on depicting the New Zealand bush – its nuanced colours, unique natural forms and patterns of light and shadow. In Flower Forms (Lot 69), an example of the floral arrangements she produced in the early 1970s, Henderson unites this intense interest in nature, and the still-life tradition. But in this work the composition forgoes the heavily contrived, static nature of many still lifes – both old master and modern – and instead evokes a sense of fluidity and movement, and demonstrates her experimentation with the translucency of watercolour to overlap natural forms. Rather than hard-edged, clearly defined cubist planes and heavy blocks of colour, the forms have a greater lyricism and, likely layered on top of one another before the paint dried, suggest a spontaneous, free and expressive artistic process.

 

Although both Tahitian Women and Flower Forms are representational, and retain discernible figurative forms, there are passages that verge on abstraction. Certainly, untitled embraces a poetic, expressive response to nature, barely teetering on representation. Henderson embraced this margin, explaining, ‘Though I do not entirely denounce non-representational work, I do feel that for Western man it has an element of escape, of intellectual withdrawal. My life is on the fringe of two worlds and I want to express this duality.’ 3 Indeed, although she experimented with abstraction, Henderson’s artistic practice focused on the human experience, and reflecting life around her. She had depicted Samoan and MÄ�ori women in the 1950s, experimenting with cubist techniques in works such as Samoan Woman in Yellow (1954) and Maori Matrons (1953), in which the figures are created with flat planes of colour. She returned to the subject of Polynesian figures in the 1970s and ‘80s, surely partly inspired by her several trips to Rarotonga to visit her daughter. The work favours spirit over narrative, colour and light working over depth, and demonstrates, as Flower Forms does, Henderson’s consistent favouring of a shallow picture plane in the late 1960s and 1970s. Here, as in the 1950s works, the female forms dominate the composition. The women, stretching almost the entire length of the great canvas, are almost life-size, and the geometric forms adorning the clothing evoke the colourful, patterned textiles of Polynesian dress. No longer a young Parisian woman; Henderson’s subjects reflect her environment in the Pacific.

 

In a 1970 New Vision Gallery catalogue, Henderson stated her intention to combine non-representational painting and abstraction with subjects and elements from life that would be recognisable for her viewers. ‘The acceptance of a more common, human pattern and the human figure,’ she signaled, ‘will probably increase in my work.’ 4 This demonstrates that although painting was a personal practice for Henderson, in which she responded to her own emotions, surroundings and artistic concerns, she did paint with her viewer in mind, and sought to connect to audiences through her paintbrush.

 

1 Louise Henderson, letter to Hubert and Diane Henderson, 15 June 1952, Louise Henderson Archive, EH McCormick Research Library, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o T�maki, RC 2018/4/8.

2 Louise Henderson, quoted in Otago Daily Times, 31 March 1965.

Louise Henderson exhibition catalogue, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 1970.

Louise Henderson exhibition catalogue, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 1970.

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LOUISE HENDERSON Flower Forms

Lot 69: LOUISE HENDERSON Flower Forms

Auction Date: Aug 09, 2021

Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000

Description:

Louise Henderson

Flower Forms

1972

watercolour on paper

signed Louise Henderson and dated 72 in ink lower left

520 x 340mm

 

PROVENANCE

Private collection, Auckland. Acquired from Ferner Galleries, Auckland, 2000.

 

Louise Henderson – A Greater Lyricism

Essay by VICTORIA MUNN

 

In June 1952, Louise Henderson wrote a letter to her husband and daughter from Paris. In it, she recounts with great excitement her encounter with French artist Jean Metzinger at Académie Frochot, who praised the personality in her work, stating that it was ‘truly original and beautiful in colour.’ 1 Although her style develops and changes across her lengthy artistic practice, Henderson’s deep fascination with colour remains a constant.

 

Produced in the mid-1960s following the death of her husband Hubert, Henderson’s Elements, Air and Water series marks her steps past cubism, instead embracing a more emotional response to nature. untitled (Lot 67) is representative of these atmospheric canvases, dominated by blue tones and passages of rusty and fiery oranges and filled with gestural brushstrokes, which mark an important development in Henderson’s art. ‘Once I was interested in any solid form,’ she explained, ‘Now I am interested in things that are nothing and everything – like water and air.’ 2 In untitled, it is her sensitive choice of colours that flood the canvases, which imbue the diptych with an impressive sense of liveliness and transitory natural elements. Produced in the following decade, Tahitian Women (Lot 68) also showcases Henderson’s sensitive abilities as a colourist: the kaleidoscope of orange and pink shapes in the figures’ skirts, the gems of colour in the background, and the golden glow emanating from the women, fill the canvas with a vibrancy and liveliness.

 

Within her oeuvre one finds numerous artworks depicting two women. Not only did the subject matter enable her to explore female relationships, the twin motif situates Henderson in an art historical tradition, notably popular among fellow French artists such as Jean-Jacques Lagrenée (1739-1821), Henri de Toulouse- Lautrec (1864-1901) and André Lhote (1885-1962). The subject adapted as her style developed, and served as a useful vehicle for her to work through her artistic concerns. In several paintings depicting two female forms, produced in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the women are surrounded by lush green bush, as the artist seeks to integrate human figures with their natural surroundings. In Tahitian Women, Henderson plays with the position of figures in shallow space, and using colour to evoke a sense of warmth, life and sunlight. Although the women’s hair, arms and torsos are clearly delineated from the background, the flurry of light, geometric, colourful forms in their clothing blend into it.

 

The 1970s marked an important point in Henderson’s artistic output. In the early years of the decade, she focused on depicting the New Zealand bush – its nuanced colours, unique natural forms and patterns of light and shadow. In Flower Forms (Lot 69), an example of the floral arrangements she produced in the early 1970s, Henderson unites this intense interest in nature, and the still-life tradition. But in this work the composition forgoes the heavily contrived, static nature of many still lifes – both old master and modern – and instead evokes a sense of fluidity and movement, and demonstrates her experimentation with the translucency of watercolour to overlap natural forms. Rather than hard-edged, clearly defined cubist planes and heavy blocks of colour, the forms have a greater lyricism and, likely layered on top of one another before the paint dried, suggest a spontaneous, free and expressive artistic process.

 

Although both Tahitian Women and Flower Forms are representational, and retain discernible figurative forms, there are passages that verge on abstraction. Certainly, untitled embraces a poetic, expressive response to nature, barely teetering on representation. Henderson embraced this margin, explaining, ‘Though I do not entirely denounce non-representational work, I do feel that for Western man it has an element of escape, of intellectual withdrawal. My life is on the fringe of two worlds and I want to express this duality.’ 3 Indeed, although she experimented with abstraction, Henderson’s artistic practice focused on the human experience, and reflecting life around her. She had depicted Samoan and MÄ�ori women in the 1950s, experimenting with cubist techniques in works such as Samoan Woman in Yellow (1954) and Maori Matrons (1953), in which the figures are created with flat planes of colour. She returned to the subject of Polynesian figures in the 1970s and ‘80s, surely partly inspired by her several trips to Rarotonga to visit her daughter. The work favours spirit over narrative, colour and light working over depth, and demonstrates, as Flower Forms does, Henderson’s consistent favouring of a shallow picture plane in the late 1960s and 1970s. Here, as in the 1950s works, the female forms dominate the composition. The women, stretching almost the entire length of the great canvas, are almost life-size, and the geometric forms adorning the clothing evoke the colourful, patterned textiles of Polynesian dress. No longer a young Parisian woman; Henderson’s subjects reflect her environment in the Pacific.

 

In a 1970 New Vision Gallery catalogue, Henderson stated her intention to combine non-representational painting and abstraction with subjects and elements from life that would be recognisable for her viewers. ‘The acceptance of a more common, human pattern and the human figure,’ she signaled, ‘will probably increase in my work.’ 4 This demonstrates that although painting was a personal practice for Henderson, in which she responded to her own emotions, surroundings and artistic concerns, she did paint with her viewer in mind, and sought to connect to audiences through her paintbrush.

 

1 Louise Henderson, letter to Hubert and Diane Henderson, 15 June 1952, Louise Henderson Archive, EH McCormick Research Library, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o T�maki, RC 2018/4/8.

2 Louise Henderson, quoted in Otago Daily Times, 31 March 1965.

Louise Henderson exhibition catalogue, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 1970.

Louise Henderson exhibition catalogue, New Vision Gallery, Auckland, 1970.

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LOUISE HENDERSON (1902 - 94), Untitled

Lot 37: LOUISE HENDERSON (1902 - 94), Untitled

Auction Date: Jun 30, 2020

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: LOUISE HENDERSON (1902 - 94), Untitled, Acrylic on paper, Signed & dated 1961, 36 x 27...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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LOUISE HENDERSON (New Zealand 1902 - 94) Ponsonby Girls

Lot 6: LOUISE HENDERSON (New Zealand 1902 - 94) Ponsonby Girls

Auction Date: May 19, 2020

Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

Description: LOUISE HENDERSON (1902 - 94) Ponsonby Girls, Oil on board, Signed, 37 x 32.5cm...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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LOUISE HENDERSON, (New Zealand 1902 - 94), Coromandel Peninsula Landscape

Lot 23: LOUISE HENDERSON, (New Zealand 1902 - 94), Coromandel Peninsula Landscape

Auction Date: May 01, 2020

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: LOUISE HENDERSON, (New Zealand 1902 - 94), Coromandel Peninsula Landscape, Pencil on paper, Signed...

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LOUISE HENDERSON, Indian Girl

Lot 35: LOUISE HENDERSON, Indian Girl

Auction Date: Apr 16, 2020

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Indian Girl, Pencil drawing, Signed, inscribed Indian Girl & dated 1960...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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LOUISE HENDERSON, Blue Landscape, Pen, ink & crayon on paper

Lot 42: LOUISE HENDERSON, Blue Landscape, Pen, ink & crayon on paper

Auction Date: Feb 26, 2020

Estimate: $600 - $1,000

Description: Certifiacte of Authenticity from Warwick Henderson affixed verso...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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LOUISE HENDERSON, Untitled - Two Women, Lithograph

Lot 43: LOUISE HENDERSON, Untitled - Two Women, Lithograph

Auction Date: Feb 26, 2020

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: Signed...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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LOUISE HENDERSON, Garden Painting, Oil on board

Lot 44: LOUISE HENDERSON, Garden Painting, Oil on board

Auction Date: Feb 26, 2020

Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

Description: Signed & dated 1963...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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LOUISE HENDERSON, Indian Girl, Pencil drawing

Lot 41: LOUISE HENDERSON, Indian Girl, Pencil drawing

Auction Date: Feb 26, 2020

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: Signed, inscribed Indian Girl & dated 1960...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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LOUISE HENDERSON (1902 - 94) - Engine Room Southern Cross

Lot 165: LOUISE HENDERSON (1902 - 94) - Engine Room Southern Cross

Auction Date: Nov 27, 2019

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: LOUISE HENDERSON
(1902 - 94)
Engine Room Southern Cross
Lithograph
Engine Room Southern Cross
55 x 37cm
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LOUISE HENDERSON (1902 - 94) - Wharf Crane

Lot 164: LOUISE HENDERSON (1902 - 94) - Wharf Crane

Auction Date: Nov 27, 2019

Estimate: $1,200 - $1,600

Description: LOUISE HENDERSON
(1902 - 94)
Wharf Crane
Pencil on paper
Wharf Crane
41 x 18.5cm
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LOUISE HENDERSON - Women of Ponsonby

Lot 65: LOUISE HENDERSON - Women of Ponsonby

Auction Date: Oct 23, 2019

Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000

Description: Oil on board - Signed & dated 1975...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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LOUISE HENDERSON Engine Room Southern Cross

Lot 22: LOUISE HENDERSON Engine Room Southern Cross

Auction Date: Sep 21, 2016

Estimate: $500 - $700

Description:

LOUISE HENDERSON

Engine Room Southern Cross

lithograph

title inscribed and dated c.1955 on Certificate of Authenticity affixed verso

358mm x 534mm

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Louise Henderson .

Lot 105: Louise Henderson .

Auction Date: May 09, 2013

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Louise Henderson .
Bush
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Louise Henderson

Lot 59: Louise Henderson

Auction Date: May 09, 2013

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Louise Henderson
Scaracer Sound, Greenland
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Louise Henderson

Lot 54: Louise Henderson

Auction Date: May 09, 2013

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Louise Henderson
Raratongan Girl
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Untitled Louise Henderson

Lot 38: Untitled Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Feb 27, 2013

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Untitled Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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Hour Series Louise Henderson

Lot 32: Hour Series Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Feb 27, 2013

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Hour Series Louise Henderson...

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Untitled (Green and White Abstract) Louise

Lot 23: Untitled (Green and White Abstract) Louise

Auction Date: Feb 27, 2013

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Untitled (Green and White Abstract) Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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Head Study Louise Henderson

Lot 193: Head Study Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Feb 27, 2013

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Head Study Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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Untitled Louise Henderson

Lot 174: Untitled Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Feb 27, 2013

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Untitled Louise Henderson...

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Louise Henderson Cubist Landscape signed and dated

Lot 111: Louise Henderson Cubist Landscape signed and dated

Auction Date: Feb 26, 2013

Estimate: $16,000 - $24,000

Description: Louise Henderson Cubist Landscape signed and dated 1987 2150mm x 1300mm...

Location: Epsom, NZ

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Art Work by Louise Henderson

Lot 231: Art Work by Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Aug 29, 2012

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Art Work by Louise Henderson
Polynesian Girl
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Location: Auckland, NZ

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Louise Henderson - Cat Resting Lithograph 24.0 x

Lot 2: Louise Henderson - Cat Resting Lithograph 24.0 x

Auction Date: May 02, 2012

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Louise Henderson - Cat Resting
Lithograph 24.0 x 31.0 Signed
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Louise Henderson - Palestinian Woman Seated in Jerusalem

Lot 29: Louise Henderson - Palestinian Woman Seated in Jerusalem

Auction Date: Mar 27, 2012

Estimate: $4,500 - $6,500

Description: Louise Henderson
Palestinian Woman Seated in Jerusalem
720mm x 880mm
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Location: Epsom, NZ

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Louise Henderson Portrait of a Seated Boy graphite

Lot 4: Louise Henderson Portrait of a Seated Boy graphite

Auction Date: Feb 29, 2012

Estimate: $600 - $1,000

Description: Louise Henderson
Portrait of a Seated Boy
graphite on paper
signed
205 x 315mm
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Location: Newton, NZ

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Louise Henderson Untitled - Abstract Study pastel

Lot 94: Louise Henderson Untitled - Abstract Study pastel

Auction Date: Feb 29, 2012

Estimate: $600 - $1,000

Description: Louise Henderson
Untitled - Abstract Study
pastel on paper
signed
563 x 480mm
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Location: Newton, NZ

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Still Life with Teapot Louise Henderson

Lot 30: Still Life with Teapot Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Nov 10, 2011

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Still Life with Teapot Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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Siamese Cat Louise Henderson

Lot 35: Siamese Cat Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Nov 10, 2011

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Siamese Cat Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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Louise Henderson Lost World title inscribed and

Lot 15: Louise Henderson Lost World title inscribed and

Auction Date: Aug 25, 2011

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Louise Henderson Lost World title inscribed and signed 490mm x 830mm...

Location: Epsom, NZ

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Louise Henderson - Untitled

Lot 115: Louise Henderson - Untitled

Auction Date: Aug 18, 2011

Estimate: $9,000 - $14,000

Description: Louise Henderson
Untitled
signed and dated '54
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Location: Newton, NZ

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Art Work by: Louise Henderson

Lot 22: Art Work by: Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Aug 17, 2011

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Art Work by: Louise Henderson - Dancing Light Forms...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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Louise Henderson large carved marble sculpture of

Lot 746: Louise Henderson large carved marble sculpture of

Auction Date: Jun 21, 2011

Estimate: $0 - $6,000

Description: Louise Henderson large carved marble sculpture of a seated Pacific woman, one elbow to her thigh, the other to her knee, one hand to her shoulder, her face raised. Fine markings evident to the entire surface. Height approx. 1000. See page 5....

Location: Remuera, NZ

Auction House: John Cordy Limited

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Louise Henderson, 'Leaves' (untitled), oil on

Lot 744: Louise Henderson, 'Leaves' (untitled), oil on

Auction Date: May 24, 2011

Estimate: $0 - $800

Description: Louise Henderson, 'Leaves' (untitled), oil on board, unsigned. 560 x 760. See back cover....

Location: Remuera, NZ

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Art Work by Louise Henderson

Lot 116: Art Work by Louise Henderson

Auction Date: May 05, 2011

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Louise Henderson " Engine Room, Southern Cross "...

Location: Auckland, NZ

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Art Work by Louise Henderson

Lot 71: Art Work by Louise Henderson

Auction Date: May 05, 2011

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Louise Henderson " Nightfall - From the Hours Series "...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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Les Deux Amies (The Two Friends), 1953 Louise

Lot 29: Les Deux Amies (The Two Friends), 1953 Louise

Auction Date: Mar 30, 2011

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Les Deux Amies (The Two Friends), 1953 Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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Engine Room, Southern Cross Louise Henderson

Lot 53: Engine Room, Southern Cross Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Dec 09, 2010

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Engine Room, Southern Cross Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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Abstract Louise Henderson

Lot 31: Abstract Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Dec 09, 2010

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Abstract Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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Louise Henderson The Three Bathers signed and

Lot 51: Louise Henderson The Three Bathers signed and

Auction Date: Nov 25, 2010

Estimate: $42,000 - $55,000

Description: Louise Henderson The Three Bathers signed and dated 1974; signed an......

Location: Newton, NZ

Auction House: ART+OBJECT

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The Little Bush Lot, Hokianga Louise Henderson

Lot 61: The Little Bush Lot, Hokianga Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Nov 18, 2010

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: The Little Bush Lot, Hokianga Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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LOUISE,HENDERSON,Auckland Harbour Crane,Mixed

Lot 20: LOUISE,HENDERSON,Auckland Harbour Crane,Mixed

Auction Date: Sep 22, 2010

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: LOUISE,HENDERSON,Auckland Harbour Crane,Mixed media on paper,38,28,Certificate of Authenticity verso...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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LOUISE,HENDERSON,Amman,Pencil on paper,31,25,

Lot 105: LOUISE,HENDERSON,Amman,Pencil on paper,31,25,

Auction Date: Sep 22, 2010

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: LOUISE,HENDERSON,Amman,Pencil on paper,31,25,...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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LOUISE,HENDERSON,Animals: Bird, Rabbit, Fish,

Lot 37: LOUISE,HENDERSON,Animals: Bird, Rabbit, Fish,

Auction Date: Sep 22, 2010

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: LOUISE,HENDERSON,Animals: Bird, Rabbit, Fish, Butterfly, Dolphin & Polar Bear,Original sketch for NZ school Journal, 1949,18,31.5,...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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LOUISE,HENDERSON,School Journal

Lot 36: LOUISE,HENDERSON,School Journal

Auction Date: Sep 22, 2010

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: LOUISE,HENDERSON,School Journal Illustrations,Original sketch for NZ school Journal, 1949,19,30,...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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LOUISE,HENDERSON,Auckland Harbour Cranes,Mixed

Lot 19: LOUISE,HENDERSON,Auckland Harbour Cranes,Mixed

Auction Date: Sep 22, 2010

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: LOUISE,HENDERSON,Auckland Harbour Cranes,Mixed media on paper,38,28,Certificate of Authenticity verso...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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Southern Cross Engine Room; artwork by Louise

Lot 125: Southern Cross Engine Room; artwork by Louise

Auction Date: Aug 26, 2010

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Southern Cross Engine Room; artwork by Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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The Sisters; artwork by Louise Henderson

Lot 64: The Sisters; artwork by Louise Henderson

Auction Date: Aug 26, 2010

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: The Sisters; artwork by Louise Henderson...

Location: Auckland, NZ

Auction House: International Art Centre

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