B. 1918 - 2010
Vic O’Connor is a renowned Australian social realist painter, printmaker and drawer. His work engages social commentary to explore Australian life and landscapes. Particularly interested in post-war Melbourne and history, O'Connor shines a stark, dramatic light on class stratification and the urban experience.
A distinct voice in Australian art, O’Connor’s work is represented in numerous public institutions including at the National Gallery of Australia and National Gallery of Victoria.
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