Dick Frizzell

Born in Auckland in 1943, Frizzell studied at the Canterbury School of Fine Arts between 1960 and 1963. After a successful career as a commercial artist in advertising, Frizzell has developed a significant position in the fine art world. Drawing on his interests in pop culture and consumerism FrizzellÂ’s work often has a humorous and iconoclastic edge. His work is represented in the collections of most public galleries in New Zealand.

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Title: Tears
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Title: Reflections
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Title: Small Kiss
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Title: Bull
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Title: Contacts
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Title: Five Star
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Title: First Kiss
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Title: Haka Lyrics
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Title: Braeburn
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Title: I Love Wine
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Title: Incinerator
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Title: Red Roses
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Title: Danske Tiki
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Title: Untitled Tiki
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Title: Cut Out Tiki
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Title: Ochre Tiki
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Title: Legerdemain
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Title: Comic Roses
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Title: Archtiki
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Title: Old Boots
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Title: Candelight
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Title: Mince
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Title: Times Arrow
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Title: Cutting Edge
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Title: Seven Minutes
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Title: A Lad Insane
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Title: Poster Boy
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Title: Scrap
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Title: Off to work
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Title: 1943 Tiki
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Title: Stop
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Title: 1938 Tiki
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Title: Blue Hawaii
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Title: 1941 Tiki
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Title: 1936 Tiki
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Title: Small Fight
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Title: Black Stump
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Title: Second Round
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