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Linen Tea Towel featuring artwork by Archibald prize winning artist, Del Kathryn Barton. A beautiful functional product for the kitchen, or to be hung as wall art. Specifications x Weight: Material composition: Linen Care i Del Kathryn Barton, Psychedelic Drawings, Melbourne Art, Principles Of Art, Red Art, Albrecht Durer, Renaissance Art, Art Oil, Contemporary Artists

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The 39 finalists (selected from a total of 860 entries) for the 2013 Archibald Prize. The Art Gallery of NSW awarded the Archibald 2013 prize to Del Kathryn Barton for her portrait of Hugo Weaving, it was Barton's second Archibald win. Hugo Weaving, Australian Painting, Australian Artists, Art And Illustration, Del Kathryn Barton, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Figurative Kunst, Aboriginal Art

Archibald Prize Archibald 2013 finalist: hugo by Del Kathryn Barton

One of Australia’s most acclaimed actors, Hugo Weaving’s multitudinous credits range from blockbuster films like The matrix and The Lord of the Rings trilogies to smaller Australian films such as Oranges and sunshine; from the television series Bodyline to over 20 plays for the Sydney Theatre Company including Les liaisons dangereuses, Hedda Gabler and Uncle Vanya. ‘Hugo Weaving is an Australian cultural treasure, an artist in every sense of the word,’ says artist Del Kathryn Barton.

The 39 finalists (selected from a total of 860 entries) for the 2013 Archibald Prize. The Art Gallery of NSW awarded the Archibald 2013 prize to Del Kathryn Barton for her portrait of Hugo Weaving, it was Barton's second Archibald win. Hugo Weaving, Australian Painting, Australian Artists, Art And Illustration, Del Kathryn Barton, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Figurative Kunst, Aboriginal Art

Archibald Prize Archibald 2013 finalist: hugo by Del Kathryn Barton

One of Australia’s most acclaimed actors, Hugo Weaving’s multitudinous credits range from blockbuster films like The matrix and The Lord of the Rings trilogies to smaller Australian films such as Oranges and sunshine; from the television series Bodyline to over 20 plays for the Sydney Theatre Company including Les liaisons dangereuses, Hedda Gabler and Uncle Vanya. ‘Hugo Weaving is an Australian cultural treasure, an artist in every sense of the word,’ says artist Del Kathryn Barton.