(Scotland, Australia 29 Sep 1891 – 20 May 1974)
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"Well, my real working used to be to carry around a small sketchbook and make studies from various things I saw, but in time I got interested only in a few subjects and I didn't want to go around looking for any more subjects. The problem was to do the one subject, and so it practically boiled down to that. By one subject I mean ... people."
- Ian Fairweather 1965
As Ian Fairweather's work developed it grew more summary and monumental, giving way to symbolic abstraction. Style and subject became unified, his final works increasingly painterly and meditative, with a profound influence on younger abstract artists in Sydney in particular.
Australian Art Department, AGNSW, 2000
- (circa 1970-circa 1971)
- synthetic polymer paint on paperboard on hardboard
- 106.1 x 75.2 cm board; 122.6 x 91.5 x 6.5 cm frame
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- Not signed. Not dated.
- Purchased 1975
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- © Ian Fairweather/DACS. Licensed by Viscopy, Sydney