Arthur and Yvonne Boyd

German Expressionism was the single most important influence on avant-garde artists who came together in Melbourne during the Second World War . . . Expressive colour and primitivist forms and the concentration on capturing the emotional essence of a subject were used by artists such as Albert Tucker, Joy Hester, John Perceval and Arthur Boyd. - Jacqueline Strecker
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Arthur Boyd | Landscape with Grazing Sheep / 1937 / oil on canvas mounted on…

Arthur Boyd | Landscape with Grazing Sheep / 1937 / oil on canvas mounted on…

An image of Reflecting rocks by Arthur Boyd

An image of Reflecting rocks by Arthur Boyd

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