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Art Collection

Lincoln University has an enviable collection of original artworks consisting of over 300 paintings, prints, sculptures and ceramics.

Lincoln University has an enviable collection of original artworks consisting of over 300 paintings, prints, sculptures and ceramics. The collection includes artworks dating from as early as 1639, with the majority by contemporary New Zealand artists from the 1970s through to the present day.

The art collection exists to enhance the university environment and is also a unique resource available for staff and students to utilise on their learning journey. In addition to the enrichment of the University setting, the collection forms a significant part of the broader context of art and culture, both locally and nationally.

The majority of the artworks are available for public viewing in foyers, corridors and outdoor spaces or on Living Heritage.

Learning, Teaching and Library has responsibility for the management of the Art Collection, please contact Art curator Fiona Simpson if you have an enquiry.

Learning, Teaching and Library has responsibility for the management of the University Art Collection. Contact us about matters related to the Art Collection and the Lincoln University Art Collection Policy.

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William Sutton
Plantation Series XVIII   1988
Oil on canvas
1476 x 2543mm
Reproduced courtesy of Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū

Llew Summers. Joy of Living. 1992. Cast concrete.