exhibitions past
Next Previous

WATERCOLOURS BY PAUL BRADDON

Haunts of Dickens

30th Mar 2012 - 6th May 2012

This exhibition celebrates the bicentenary of Charles Dickens’s birth (7 February 1812). It features a series of delightful watercolours by the British artist Paul Braddon (1864–1937) given to the Dunedin Public Library by well-known New Zealand literary figure A. H. Reed in 1956. Braddon has illustrated scenes from many of Dickens’ novels – including Pickwick Papers, The Old Curiosity Shop, David Copperfield, Great Expectations as well as the unfinished Edwin Drood. In conjunction with the Dunedin Public Library.

Related Events