Kirsty Nixon exhibition, Red Pohutukawa and Flax paintings, Rangitoto and Coromandel paintings, blue sky and sea art, beach scenes, New Zealand landscape artist, Matauri Bay, acrylic on canvas, NZ bach scenes, colourful New Zealand landscapes, red and green landscapes ,
Cass, 1936, by Rita Angus. One of the iconic images of 20th-century New Zealand painting. The work depicts Cass railway station in inland Canterbury, an area that Rita Angus (1908–70) visited in 1936 with fellow artist Louise Henderson (1902–94). While the title is specific, the image is general. This location has been chosen for its typicality and stands for numerous small communities. The seated figure at right in the composition is dwarfed by the surrounding landscape.