With a career spanning six decades, Robert Klippel was one of Australia's leading sculptors. His work investigates the realtionship between the organic and the mechanical; a duality that he saw as central to life and culture in the twentieth century. He took night-courses in arc-welding, silver soldering and panel-beating to acquire new skills.
|Metal Construction 202 (1966) - Robert Klippel|
The sharp cliffs and rugged rocks hide billabongs and creeks where they find fish and birds. She says, 'we had to find our own tucker and we knew where to go hunting.' The spectacular landscape formations and shadows in these paintings are barren, bleak and beautiful with the sky forming only a tiny fraction of the canvas - the remainder is comprised of reds, oragnse, purples and distant greens. There is clearly life, if you know where to look.
|Untitled (2008) - Angelina George|
|Margaret Olley (2011) - Ben Quilty|
|The Red Shawl (1913) - George W. Lambert|
|Miss Helen Beauclerk (1914) - George W. Lambert|
|Important People (1914-21) - George W Lambert|
|Abstract- the kitchen stove (1943) - Eric Wilson|
|Going round (1954) - Weaver Hawkins|
|Dance of the football field (1947) - Weaver Hawkins|