Brian Dahlberg

Date of birth
Brian Dahlberg first studied at Nelson College and Wanganui college, before going on to have personal tuition under the World War II artist, the late Ted Lewis. During the years 1968 and 69 he was a pupil of Dame Louise Henderson, studying figure, portrait and landscape.
Brian's works are all highly finished oil paintings, depicting the New Zealand landscape in a unique, stylised manner with clean lines and his characteristic textured sky.
He has had several successful exhibitions, in N.Z., Australia and Switzerland, and been awarded the following prestigious awards:
---- Winner of the inaugural George Harrison Orange Festival Award in 1976
---- Finalist in the Benson and Hedges Art Award
---- Winner Macalister Award 1997
The work of Brian Dahlberg is represented in embassies and private collections in the USA, Canada, Switzerland, Japan, U.K., Holland, Australia and throughout New Zealand.


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