Artwork by Ken Knight

Ken Knight does an amazing job of capturing that spacious sense of ocean and sea · Ship PaintingsSeascape PaintingsLandscape PaintingsAbstract .

'Footprints to the Reef" painted at Rottnest Island, Western Australia by Robyn Collier

'Footprints to the Reef" painted at Rottnest Island, Western Australia by Robyn Collier

Turn off to Dandenong- Jeffery Smart. Frank Jeffrey Edson Smart, AO (26 July 1921 – 20 June 2013) was an expatriate Australian painter known for his precisionist depictions of urban landscapes.

Turn off to Dandenong- Jeffery Smart. Frank Jeffrey Edson Smart, AO July 1921 – 20 June was an expatriate Australian painter known for his precisionist depictions of urban landscapes.

Opera House Birthday Boat by Reg Mombassa

This fine art, limited-edition reproduction is produced under the watchful eye of and hand signed by the artist.

Blackwood Wattle, 1976 by Fred Williams

Paintings - Frederick (Fred) Ronald Williams - Page 5 - Australian Art Auction Records

One of my favorite Australian artists, John Brack. Great representation of industrialized Melbourne.

John Brack 'The chase' 1959 . John Brack 'Two typists' 1955 . John Brack 'Collins St, 5 p. John Brack 'The bar' 1954 . John Brack 'The conference' 1956 . John Brack 'The block' 1954 .

Brett Whiteley (Australian, 1939-1992), Kurrajong, 1981. Oil, gouache, collage and branch on board, 183 x 120 cm.

BRETT WHITELEY Kurrajong 1981 oil, gouache, collage and branch on board x cm signed lower centre: brett whiteley dated and inscribed lower right: Kurrajong

Joanna Lamb Flatland (Figure A) 2006 acrylic on canvas 4 panels, 120 x 148cm each State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia Purchased with funds from the Contemporary Art Group Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation, 2006

Joanna Lamb Flatland (Figure A) 2006 acrylic on canvas 4 panels, 120 x each State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia Purchased with funds from the Contemporary Art Group Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation, 2006

ART and ARCHITECTURE, mainly: Grace Cossington Smith: her early career

Grace Cossington Smith The bridge in-curve ‘Grace Cossington Smith was one of many artists who closely observed and recorded the construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge, which was considered one of the world's great engineering feats’ (NGV touchscreen

Pinterest
Search