Artist Simon Richardson wins international grant

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The Herald reports that Dunedin artist Simon Richardson has won a lucrative international grant. Richardson has won Canada's Elizabeth Greenshields Award, worth US$12,500 ($16,200), for the third…

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The Herald reports that Dunedin artist Simon Richardson has won a lucrative international grant.

Richardson has won Canada's Elizabeth Greenshields Award, worth US$12,500 ($16,200), for the third time.

In 2006, seven of Richardson's works appeared at Auckland's Jonathan Grant Galleries, including the nude oil painting of All Black Anton Oliver, Back Field, (pictured) which fetched $16,750.

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The Big Idea Editor

10 Jan 2008

The Big Idea Editor

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