Archibald Prize Archibald 2011 finalist: Mother (a portrait of Cate) by Del Kathryn Barton

Archibald Prize Archibald 2011 finalist: Mother (a portrait of Cate) by Del Kathryn Barton

Del Kathryn Barton: hugo :: Archibald Prize 2013 :: Art Gallery NSW

Del Kathryn Barton: hugo :: Archibald Prize 2013 :: Art Gallery NSW

left a work by Gustav Klimt, 1918 - right Archibald Prize 2008 winning painting by Del Kathryn Barton AGNSW - my comparison

left a work by Gustav Klimt, 1918 - right Archibald Prize 2008 winning painting by Del Kathryn Barton AGNSW - my comparison

to say lessinto that river

to say lessinto that river


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After visiting the Heide Museum of Modern Art over Easter, I saw and loved the work of Del Kathryn Barton. Twice an Archibald prize winner, her work is captivating, female and powerful. I love how expressive this article is explaining the visual power of Del Kathryn Barton’s work. From ArtGuide by Tracy Clements: Before she won …

After visiting the Heide Museum of Modern Art over Easter, I saw and loved the work of Del Kathryn Barton. Twice an Archibald prize winner, her work is captivating, female and powerful. I love how expressive this article is explaining the visual power of Del Kathryn Barton’s work. From ArtGuide by Tracy Clements: Before she won …

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