NZ painter Patrick (Pat) Hanly (1932-2004) trained at the Canterbury University School of Art in the 1950s before travelling to England, where he exhibited for the first time. After six years travelling, Hanly returned to New Zealand to distill the experience of exposure to modern European art. He characteristically painted in series on a theme. Two reproductions of Hanly paintings have been published relatively recently - "Telephone Table" and "Doing It". An earlier print "Alderbaran Vacation" which was published by Christchurch’s Peter Small Gallery is no longer available sorry. Bio picture credit to Te Ara, thanks.