Evelyn Page

Evelyn Page (1899-1988) is one of New Zealand's most celebrated artists. Her unique adaptation of the Post-Impressionist style, applied to landscapes, portraits, nudes and still lifes, was developed over a long and fruitful career spanning more than seven decades. Evelyn Page's influences include French artists such as Degas, Bonnard and Matisse, her first hand experience of masterpieces by these artists during her visits to Paris in 1936 and 1966 provided much inspiration for her subsequent painting.