Ray Crooke

B. 1922


Ray Crooke is an Australian artist born in Victoria. His subjects include the Australian landscape though he is most widely recognised for his paintings of the people and luscious environments and seascapes of the Pacific and Fijian islands. Much of this work is reminiscent of the work of post-impressionist artist Paul Gauguin.

Crooke's work is in collections at the National Gallery of Australia, all Australian state and regional galleries and many international collections including The Vatican Collection in Rome.

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