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WELLINGTON GALLERY
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Last Available Works of Thomas Andersen


Thomas’ work is represented internationally
in public and private collections including:

Goldberg Collection New York
University of Cambridge United Kingdom
Danish Royal Family Denmark


Wellington Gallery, established in 1976,
nestles amongst bushland in the foothills
of spectacular Mount Wellington, a ten
minute drive from Hobart’s city center.
The gallery exhibits over one hundred
works in two display areas surrounding
a fern courtyard.

Works by Australian and overseas artists
in watercolour, acrylic, oil and ceramics
are displayed in the spacious rooms of
the gallery. Browse and relax in the
scenic, tranquil surroundings away from
the city crowds.

The exhibition space is available for hire
on a weekly basis. It is also possible to
rent artworks from the gallery. Freight
can be arranged world-wide.


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OPENING HOURS:
The gallery is open by appointment.
Contact us on 0448 408 777 or by email.

Purchases from this website are
always available world-wide:
24 hours, 7 days a week.


EMAIL:
info@andersenart.com.au


TELEPHONE:
Within Australia: 0448 408 777

International: +61 448 408 777


ADDRESS:
Wellington Gallery
190 Strickalnd Avenue
South Hobart, 7004
Tasmania, Australia





A Thomas Andersen painting was
recently used for the cover of a new
book from Oxford University Press,
New York:

The Jazz Standards:
A Guide to the Repertoire

by Ted Gioia

“a monument to taste and
scholarship” —The Atlantic

“If you look up just one title
in The Jazz Standards, before
you realize it you will have
spent an intriguing hour or two
learning fascinating and new
things about old songs that
you have known most of
your life.” —Dave Brubeck



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  • Joined: December 2008

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THOMAS ANDERSEN CV

Thomas Andersen spent his early childhood in Denmark, his father was from a family who had bred horses for over a hundred years, his mother Estonian, from a seafaring family. Thomas remembers large paintings and tapestries in his grandfather’s farmhouse, perhaps the stories and legends he paints go back to those early years. / / Thomas arrived in Australia at age seven and was educated at …
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