Australian Art 1930-1960

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Art

 

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James A

 

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June 7, 2017

 

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With an inland theme imagery had come to represent for Australians the fundamental uniqueness of our land and people. In its place, in a work of art that exposed a promising individual manner, and signalled the upcoming meaning of the body to his interpretation of Australia, Drysdale affianced in an evocation of outlandish human endurance amidst the remoteness and destitution of the interior...
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Sunday evening, with other paintings of 1941 on similar themes, indicated Drysdale’s future function in determining a different national identity based on the uniqueness of Australian inland life. This was without a doubt one of the works that helped change the way Australians viewed themselves and their country...
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