Contents Work Collections Exhibitions 2000-03

Art Gallery of Peterborough
Permanent Collection *


Page 1
Early Drawings
Page 2, White
Paints and Black Inks
Page 3
Large Inkworks
Page 4, Collages
and Studies

Opening

Part 1: Illi-Maria Harff Tamplin Collection
of Works on Paper by Ronald L. Bloore: *

Page 1: Early Drawings *

These images do not compare with the three other AGP sections. The early drawings are exceedingly subtle and our equipment was limited when we took the photos.

By far the best images we have of early drawings are the AGGV's 1968 Ink and Coffee on Paper here and the little 3 inch delight on the Splash Page. - H.R.
6007a
small large
6007b
small large
6000c
small large
6008d
small large
6405a
small large
640725
small large
640903
small large
660423
small large
660521
small large
6600a
small large
660616
small large
660917
small large
660923
small large
660924
small large
660926
small large
680409
small large
6800a
small large

Page 1
Early Drawings
Page 2, White
Paints and Black Inks
Page 3
Large Inkworks
Page 4, Collages
and Studies

AGGV Dwg,'68

* Early Drawings

In this section are the 17 drawings done before 1970 that were in the 1988 AGP show, excluding sketches and working drawings (which are on page 4). They are discussed in the exhibition catalogue essay here.

* The Illi-Maria Harff Tamplin Collection of
Works on Paper by R. L. Bloore

The works in this section were part of the show assembled by Illi Tamplin in 1988. There were 82 pieces in the show, 78 of which belonged to the artist. These 78 were given by Bloore to the AGP on the occasion of the opening of the show as tribute to her efforts.

This story, as reported by the Globe and Mail, is on the site here, and Ms. Tamplin's essay for the catalogue of the exhibition is here.

* The Art Gallery of Peterborough
Permanent Collection

The AGP has accumulated probably the widest range of Bloores of any public gallery - most certainly in terms of works on paper. They have mounted a number of Bloore solo exhibitions, including a show of maquettes and monumental works from the mid-eighties, and most recently a large show featuring the Dark Chocolate paintings of 2005.