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Scoop Images: Painter Robin White Honoured By GG

Published: Fri 1 Aug 2003 04:15 PM
Painter Robin White is made a Distinguished Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit at Government House today.

Caption: Two of Robin White's more famous paintings.
Mrs White received the award for services to painting and printmaking. Her work is well known throughout New Zealand.
She is recognised as a key figure in the development of the New Zealand 'regionalist' style. Her work often depicts people in rural landscapes.
She has been a full-time painter and printmaker since 1972.
Mrs White said she was "really pleased" to receive the award and that she was having a Pacific Island themed party in Carterton to celebrate.
- Story and images Anna Sutherland

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