Works in the database
34
Works with images
10
Works with multiple sales
2

Past Sales

Flowers from My Sister
Untitled Floral Study
Red Geraniums

Sales by Medium

Paintings
Sold 28 works for
$11,110

Where to buy or sell art works by Beatrice Partridge

Auction Houses

International Art Centre
Sold 6 works for
$7,569
Dunbar Sloane
Sold 17 works for
$1,755
Webb's
Sold 4 works for
$1,676

Born in England in 1867, Beatrice Partridge arrived in New Zealand in 1877 as a child, and settled in Timaru. Working in oil, she was a painter of flowers and landscapes, and teacher she was a member of Canterbury Society of Fine Arts. She exhibited extensively including with Auckland Society of Arts, Canterbury Society of Arts from 1987 onwards, the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts from 1931 and in the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London in 1886, and the Melbourne Centennial Exhibition 1888.

In our database, 34 works by Beatrice Partridge are listed as being offered for sale, the earliest in 1989, of which 28 (82%) were sold. The highest price recorded for the artist is $2,704 for Otira Gorge sold by International Art Centre in November 2002. No works have been offered for sale this year, and the last sale we have recorded for the artist was in 2022. Works by Beatrice Partridge are held by the Christchurch Art Gallery.

Beatrice Partridge 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 194
  • 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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