Wimmera landscape
Wimmera landscape

Arthur Boyd

1920 - 1999 Wimmera landscape 1950
  • oil and tempera on composition
90 cm x 60 cm

Arthur Boyd was a painter, potter and printmaker from a family of artists. Boyd aimed to convey an inner emotional vision through his work, rather than describing the external world. He painted lyrical and emotive allegories on universal themes of love, loss and shame, often located in the Australian bush. These artworks draw on a wealth of literary and mythological sources as well as intensely personal and often ambiguous symbolism. Boyd had a strong social conscience and his paintings engage deeply with humanitarian issues.

Source: Art Gallery of New South Wales

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