An image of South East Queensland - Red soils

Joe Furlonger

(Australia 1952 – )

South East Queensland - Red soils

Location
Not on display
Further information

Joe Furlonger studied in Queensland and Sydney between 1973 and 78 and has lived and worked in Queensland since then. He was awarded the second Moet & Chandon Fellowship in 1988-89, and has exhibited in Australia and abroad since the mid 1980s. He is best known as an expressive painter and draughtsman.

Furlonger made a number of prints this year while in Europe, firstly at the Atelier Franck Bordas in Paris (www.aterlierbordas.com) where he produced a series of lithographs of the subject of the circus, and then in Berlin, where he worked with Lutz Nessing. Furlonger and Nessing, a third generation letterpress master printer, collaborated to produce 200 unique woodblock prints, each coloured and printed differently, on South East Queensland landscapes, inspired by drawings in Furlonger's sketchbook.

© Australian Art Department, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2004

Year
2004
Media
Print
Medium
colour woodcut on cream wove paper
Dimensions
54.5 x 89.8 cm blockmark; 57.5 x 92.8 cm sheet
Signature & date

Signed and dated l.r., pencil "JF 04".

Credit
Thea Proctor Memorial Fund 2004
Accession number
206.2004
Copyright
© Joe Furlonger