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Paul Coney

XX Century - 
CONEY Paul Pink Camelias

International Art Centre
Aug 27, 2009
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Artworks in Arcadja
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Paul Coney - Art Show At Mission Bay

Paul Coney - Art Show At Mission Bay

Original 1988
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Lot number: 91
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Art Show at Mission Bay

Watercolour 52.5 x 71.5

Signed & dated 1988

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Paul Coney was born in Zimbabwe in 1957. His family immigrated to New Zealand when he was five years old and Coney was educated at St. Peter's School, Cambridge prior to living in Dunedin.

Coney began painting professionally at twenty years of age and is entirely self taught. He first attracted public recognition in 1987 when he was chosen as the official artist for the America's Cup Challenge by the Bank of New Zealand sponsors. A successful watercolourist, Coney taught, worked and exhibited in this medium for over twenty years.

Today Coney works on large scale canvases in oil. These dramatically beautiful florals have been hugely successful with sales worldwide. It is a theme Coney continues to explore and develop.
Paul Coney - Roses & Cherubs

Paul Coney - Roses & Cherubs

Original 1957
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Lot number: 80
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Roses & Cherubs
Watercolour 71.0 x 98.5
Signed
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Paul Coney was born in Zimbabwe in 1957. His family immigratedto New Zealand when he was five years old and Coney was educated atSt. Peter's School, Cambridge prior to living in Dunedin.
Coney began painting professionally at twenty years of age andis entirely self taught. He first attracted public recognition in1987 when he was chosen as the official artist for the America'sCup Challenge by the Bank of New Zealand sponsors. A successfulwatercolourist, Coney taught, worked and exhibited in this mediumfor over twenty years. In 2008 he began working on large scalecanvases in oil. These dramatically beautiful florals have beenhugely successful with sales worldwide. It is a theme Coneycontinues to explore and develop.
Paul Coney - Pink Camelias

Paul Coney - Pink Camelias

Original 1993
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Lot number: 119
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Pink Camelias
Watercolour 53.0 x 75.0
Signed & dated May 1993
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Paul Coney was born in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) in 1957. He came
to New Zealand with his parents at age five, was educated at St.
Peter's School, Cambridge, and then moved to Dunedin.
Paul did not paint seriously until aged 20 and is entirely self
taught. He first attracted public recognition in 1987 when he was
chosen as the official artist for the America's Cup Challenge by
the sponsors B.N.Z. Uninhibited by art school conventions his
approach to his painting is refreshingly original. His range of
subject is wide, encompassing people, especially children, land and
seascapes along with his preoccupation with flowers.
With all subjects Paul Coney achieves a transparent effect with
oil by first establishing a loose ground with a primary wet-on-wet
wash. He then builds on the initial wash paying close attention to
light, textures and above all, colour, as he believes this is one
of the major factors in bringing a painting to life whilst
retaining the freshness and spontaneity which are so characteristic
of the oil medium.
His amazing technique brings together the natural combination of
his subjects in oil to express in delicate, exquisite detail the
very essence of their beauty. For example, when choosing a floral
subject Paul says "nature does it for me, every garden has a
thousand pictures. The challenge is to capture a particular flower
at its most dramatic moment."
Living in the Bay of Plenty, Paul Coney's works are ranked with
the very best floral painters in the world. His works are sought by
discerning collectors worldwide.
Paul Coney - Mark Todd & Charisma Ii

Paul Coney - Mark Todd & Charisma Ii

Original 1990
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Lot number: 152
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Mark Todd & Charisma II

Watercolour 53.0 x 71.0

Signed & dated 1990

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Paul Coney was born in Zimbabwe in 1957. His family immigrated to New Zealand when he was five years old and Coney was educated at St. Peter's School, Cambridge prior to living in Dunedin.

Coney began painting professionally at twenty years of age and is entirely self taught. He first attracted public recognition in 1987 when he was chosen as the official artist for the America's Cup Challenge by the Bank of New Zealand sponsors. A successful watercolourist, Coney taught, worked and exhibited in this medium for over twenty years.

Today Coney works on large scale canvases in oil. These dramatically beautiful florals have been hugely successful with sales worldwide. It is a theme Coney continues to explore and develop.
Paul Coney - Autumn Geese

Paul Coney - Autumn Geese

Original 1986
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Lot number: 155
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Autumn Geese

Watercolour 53.0 x 70.0

Signed & dated 1986

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Paul Coney was born in Zimbabwe in 1957. His family immigrated to New Zealand when he was five years old and Coney was educated at St. Peter's School, Cambridge prior to living in Dunedin.

Coney began painting professionally at twenty years of age and is entirely self taught. He first attracted public recognition in 1987 when he was chosen as the official artist for the America's Cup Challenge by the Bank of New Zealand sponsors. A successful watercolourist, Coney taught, worked and exhibited in this medium for over twenty years.

Today Coney works on large scale canvases in oil. These dramatically beautiful florals have been hugely successful with sales worldwide. It is a theme Coney continues to explore and develop.
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