Theft of A Cavalier from Art Gallery of New South Wales On June 10, 2007, A Cavalier, a self-portrait on wood panel by Dutch Master Frans Van Mieris, was stolen from the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
What does AGNSW stand for?
AGNSW stands for Art Gallery of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)
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3 Francis Bacon Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 17 November-24 February 2013 www.
But they need to raise 6 million dollars, which has not yet been forthcoming, although the Art Gallery of New South Wales spent a similar sum last year on one painting by the Australian artist Sir Sidney Nolan.
Genocchio, Benjamin, Art Gallery of New South Wales and Guinness (Firm), Material Immaterial : The Guinness Contemporary Art Project, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 14 March--27 April 1997.
Nico Israel [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] SYDNEY Bill Henson Art Gallery of New South Wales January 8-April 3 Curated by Judy Annear Although Bill Henson's photographs transform fragile teenagers and fraying landscapes into fever-pitch museum art, they've never been seen in any depth outside Australia.
It will then be sent to the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney and the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne.
Director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales state, Edmund Capon, said he was not interested in buying the stolen pieces, despite their clear authenticity.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales mounted a retrospective exhibition in 1988 and in 1993-94 the State Library of New South Wales exhibited `Sydney Harbour -- 50 years of photography.