Max Mannix

Max Mannix

  • Biography

    Australian Painter

    Born: Victoria, Australia, 1939.

    Max’s paintings are held in private & corporate collections in many countries including:
    – South Africa, Germany, USA, Canada, Israel, China, New Zealand, Japan, United Arab Emirates and many more.

    A selection of buildings currently hanging original works:

    – Australian Consulate Residence, Hong Kong.
    – Emirates Tower – Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
    – Shinjuki Nomura Building, Tokyo, Japan
    – Cartier Building, Osaka, Japan
    – AMP Building, Perth, Australia
    – MLC building, Sydney, Australia
    – 101 Collins st, Melbourne, Australia

    Finalist – Suleman Prize – Art Gallery of NSW – 2015

    Finalist – Wynne Prize – Art Gallery of NSW – 2014


    – ‘Max Mannix – THE ARTIST’, A Retrospective of Works by the Artist, 2011
    – ‘BOUND’ Magazine. Art & Design Issue:11,Vol:1, No:11
    – ‘Expressions’ (French title), 2008
    – ‘Riotous Riddles’ by Helen McKay & Berice Dudley, illustrated by Max Mannix. 1998
    – ‘Australian Characters’, Max Mannix, 1989
    – ‘The Illustrated Treasury of Australian Humour’, by Michael Sharkey Oxford Uni, 1988
    – ‘Steele Rudd: A Dad and Dave Selection’, illustrated by Max Mannix, 1985
    – ‘Australian Artists Today’, 1984
    – ‘The Wild Colonial Boy and Other Bush Ballads’, illustrated by Max Mannix, 1982
    – Kevin Hill’s TOP TEN Australian Artist

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  • Max Mannix

    The Day The Mail Arrives
    35 x 45 cm Oil Sold