Hans Heysen - The Three Trees My parents had a large print of this painting hanging in our house when I was growing up. I really love Heysen's lighting and his portrayal of the Australian landscape, especially the gum trees.
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Hans Heysen 1877 – 1968 was a German-born Australian artist. He became a household name for his watercolours of monumental Australian gum trees. Heysen also produced images of men & animals toiling in the Australian bush, as well as groundbreaking depictions of arid landscapes in the Flinders Ranges
Summer, 1909 by Hans Heysen
'Summer' is one of the most popular works in the collection, a virtuoso performance in watercolour. The searing heat of summertime almost obliterates the hills in the distance and penetrates through the tall gum trees that offer the sheep below ...
Hans Heysen - The South Coast, Tubby the Tuba, John Donne - A Lame Beggar
Another lovely landscape painting by Hans Heysen. I love the blues and turquoise in the water and the contrasting lights and darks in the sharp rocks in the foreground of this painting titled, "The South Coast". This scene appears to be viewed from a lofty height because of the size of the animals grazing on the nearest plateau. The painting is 69.7 x 90 cm which is just over 27x35 inches or about 2 feet by 3 feet. I'd love to see the original! There are so many details I want to look at…