Works in the database
107
Works with images
56
Works with multiple sales
14

Past Sales

Maroota (New South Wales)
Female Forms
Harbourview

Sales by Medium

Works on Paper
Sold 42 works for
$19,058
Paintings
Sold 13 works for
$7,078
Prints & Graphics
Sold 20 works for
$5,340

Where to buy or sell art works by Janet Elaine Paul

Auction Houses

Dunbar Sloane
Sold 60 works for
$21,100
Art+Object
Sold 6 works for
$7,197
Webb's
Sold 5 works for
$2,357

Born in Auckland in 1919, Janet Paul with her husband was a leading figure in New Zealand publishing and bookselling in the 1950s and 1960s. A painter, printmaker, publisher and art historian she studied privately. After leaving publishing she moved to Wellington, and became art librarian at Alexander Turnbull Library. In 1991 she was awarded an honorary doctorate from Victoria University for her scholarly work on 19th century colonial painters. In 2014 a restrospective, No Less Than Everything: The Art and Times of Janet Paul was held at the Turnbull Gallery, National Library in Wellington.

In our database, 107 works by Janet Paul are listed as being offered for sale, the earliest in 1993, of which 75 (70%) were sold. The highest price recorded for the artist is $2,506 for Fleur Adcock sold by Art+Object in September 2016. No works have been offered for sale this year, and the last sale we have recorded for the artist was in 2023. Works by Janet Paul are held by the Auckland Art Gallery.

Janet Elaine Paul is listed in the following standard biographical references:

  • McGahey, Kate. The Concise Dictionary of New Zealand Artists Painters Printmakers Sculptors, Gilt Edge Publishing, Wellington, New Zealand, 2000. Page 195
  • The Find New Zealand Artists web site: a database of artist names that directs researchers to the rich resources found in New Zealand's libraries, art society exhibition histories and published sources.

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