Available online are all of Aubrey Williams' works on paper in this collection which reflect key periods and themes in his artwork, including his interest in Amerindian artwork and culture. Other items which have been digitised include interviews with Williams in which he discusses his life, career and interest in art.
Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.
- Collection Owner
- Aubrey Williams 1926–1990
- Tate Archive
- Presented to Tate Archive by the artist's widow, Mrs Eve Williams and the artist's daughter, Maridowa Williams, 2001.
- TGA 200112
171 objects in this collection
Personal papers of Aubrey Williams
Figurative works on paper from the 1950s
Abstract works on paper from the 1950s
Figurative works on paper from the 1960s
Abstract works on paper from the 1960s
Figurative works on paper from the 1970s
Abstract works on paper from the 1970s-1990s
Figurative works from the 1980s-1990s
Small works on paper
Small mounted works on paper
- Mounted paintings
- This file contains mounted paintings of abstract and figurative subjects. Some of these items appear to be from series of paintings which Williams worked on including his 'Dark Nude' series and his series of paintings of tropical birds. All of the paintings in this file were selected for display in an exhibition of Aubrey Williams' works at the Tate Gallery in 2007. In preparation for the exhibition the works were mounted in cardboard frames. The paintings were originally in files TGA 200112/1/1-7 and now form an artificial file.
- TGA 200112/1/8
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