born 1914 30 October – died 21 February 2016

Solo Exhibitions

2016 Tribute to Max Angus 102 Years Colville Gallery, Hobart
2015 Max Angus 101 Years Colville Gallery, Hobart
2014 Max Angus 100 Years Celebration Colville Gallery, Hobart
2013 Max Angus and Patricia Giles Colville Gallery, Hobart 
2012 Max Angus and Patricia Giles Colville Gallery, Hobart 
2011 Max Angus and Patricia Giles Colville Gallery, Hobart 
2010 Max Angus Colville Gallery, Hobart 
2006 Max Angus: A Lifetime of Watercolour Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart
2004 Retrospective Exhibition: Max Angus 90th Birthday Stephen Waler Gallert, Campania
1998 Two Lively Artists Red Chapel Gallery, Sandy Bay
1994 As I see it: Max Angus at Eighty Freeman Gallery, Sandy Bay
1992 An Exhibition of New Work Freeman Gallery, Sandy Bay
1991 Watercolour - Yes Again! Art Society of Tasmania, Lady Franklin Gallery, Lenah Valley
1990 Aspects of the Derwent from the Source to the Sea Freeman Gallery, Sandy Bay
1998-89 Max Angus: A Retrospective Exhibition Devonport Gallery and Arts Centre; Burnie Art Gallery; Freeman Gallery, Sandy Bay
1986 Wild Places Salamanca Place Gallery, Hobart
1985 Coughton Galleries, Hobart
1983 Fire and Water Salamanca Place Gallery, Hoart
Devonport Gallery and Arts Centre
1981 Coughton Galleries, Hobart
1980 Don Camillo, Hobart
1979 Max Angus: the Man and his Art Fine Arts Gallery, University Centre, Hobart; Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston; Burnie Art Gallery
1978 Don Camillo, Hobart
1977 Max Angus and Barbara Cauvin Coughton Galleries, Hobart
La Perouse Gallery, Canberra
1974 Don Camillo, Hobart
1973 Saddler's Court Gallery, Richmond
1972 Don Camillo, Hobart
1971 Saddler's Court Gallery, Richmond
1968 Saddler's Court Gallery, Richmond
1964 Exhibition with John Eldershaw, Art Lover Gallery, Artarmon, New South Wales
1955 Adult Education Board Rooms, Hobart
1950 The Book Club Gallery, Melbourne
1947 John Martin's Gallery, Adelaide
Shillidays Emporium, Mildura
1946 The Sedon Galleries, Melbourne

Numerous group exhibitions locally and nationally



2003 Recieved Centenery Medal for Contribution to Society
1998 City of Hobart Art Prize, Winner
1987 Elected Fellow of the London based Royal Society of Arts
1985 Simpkinson de Wesselow: Landscape Painter in Van Diemen's Land and the Port Phillip Disctrict 1844-48 wins gold in National Print Awards, 'limited editions' and 'excellence in craft'
1978 Awarded Member of the Order of Australia for services to art
1974 Archibald Art Prize Finalist
1962-67 Wynne Art Prize Finalist
1965 Member of Australian Watercolour Institute, Sydney
1962 Minnie Crouch Prize for Watercolour, Ballarat, Winner


All major public collections including 
Parliment House, Canberra