Australian Art

David Rankin: Hillside Script, 1968 Acrylic on board, 51 x 61cm signed, titled and dated in chalk verso Provenance: The Artist Exhibited: Gallery 1 Eleven, Brisbane (Ray Hughes's first gallery) - label verso; David Rankin: Works from the 1960s & 70s, Charles Nodrum Gallery, 17 August - 2 September, 2017, no. 7

David Rankin, Down Under 2018 – A Generous Poet of the Heart

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David Rankin it would have to be said has achieved success both stylishly, and with great élan as he shaped his works and self into a generous poet of the heart

Tom Roberts, NGA – Helping Define a National Visual Culture

Tom Roberts, NGA – Helping Define a National Visual Culture

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An Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia this summer highlights the works of Australian artist Tom Roberts who helped define national visual culture

The Painter’s Reach – Robert MacPherson, Elevating Everyday

The Painter’s Reach – Robert MacPherson, Elevating Everyday

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Over a 40 year period artist Robert MACPHERSON has presented works that appeal to a broad cross section of people, challenged both intellectually and culturally

Notebooks by Betty Churcher – My Favourite Book 2011 – 2014

Notebooks by Betty Churcher – My Favourite Book 2011 – 2014

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Having been an avid, voracious reader of all types of texts since I was a very small child today, in reality it takes a lot to get me excited about a book. I have read many of the classics, lots of fabulous novels, masses of thriller fiction works and non-fiction…

Mossgreen Gallery: Current Shows – Judy Cassab, David Rankin

Mossgreen Gallery: Current Shows – Judy Cassab, David Rankin

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Mossgreen Melbourne is currently showing works by award winning International artists David Rankin and Judy Cassab AO CBE, two extraordinary painters of our age

Genius and Ambition – A Show Worth the Road Trip to Bendigo

Genius and Ambition – A Show Worth the Road Trip to Bendigo

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Genius and Ambition: The Royal Academy of Arts London 1768-1918 illustrates the influence of British art on Australian art is well worth a road trip to Bendigo

Quiver – Artist Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox’s April Exhibition

Quiver – Artist Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox’s April Exhibition

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An exploration of nature, especially the transcultural symbol ‘the tree of life’ motif, is an objective of the latest exhibition to go on show of the much acclaimed artist Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox. It will be held in the Graydon Gallery at New Farm in Brisbane commencing on April 17th 2012. The…