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Joy Warren, 1997

Andrew Sibley

pencil on paper (sheet: 75.8 cm x 56.0 cm)
Image not available (NC)

Joy Warren OAM (d. 2015), gallerist, was the owner-director of Canberra’s Solander Gallery from 1974. The gallery played a pivotal role in introducing the work of important Australian painters and sculptors to the capital. Warren represented a very substantial cross-section of artists from around Australia, including Andrew Sibley. While proprietor of the gallery, she was an arts journalist, acted with the Canberra Repertory Society, ran an arts-related public relations business, and played a prominent part in raising funds for the arts in Canberra. She continued to advise on investment in art until shortly before her death.

Collection: National Portrait Gallery
Gift of the artist 2010
Donated through the Australian Government's

Accession number: 2010.154

Currently on display: Gallery Six (Tim Fairfax Gallery)

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Artist and subject

Andrew Sibley (age 64 in 1997)

Joy Warren (age 75 in 1997)

Subject professions

Visual arts and crafts

Donated by

Andrew Sibley (16 portraits)

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