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Gail English is inspired by the palette of nature: the pale ochres of paddocks, grey slicks of sky, pink hilltops, orange dust and burnt stubble. She started painting professionally in her fifties, before leaving Sydney for a barn on the mid-north coast of New South Wales. The sea-change felt right – a return to English’s childhood spent on a property near Young. In 2008, she won the Country Energy Prize for landscape.
‘Blue Gum’ is a testament to English's understanding of colour. In it, she captures trees, streaking down the page, silver, blue, red and white. Looking upon it conjures the scent of eucalyptus.
For collectors of landscape art and admirers of nature, widen your horizon with English.Gail ENGLISH (1939 - )'Blue Gum' 1989Screenprint on paperEdition of 75Image Size: 97 x 66 cm Dimensions: 100 x 70 cm Signed: Numbered, titled, signed Gail English and dated in marginComes with Letter of Provenance Condition: Very Good: Describes a work of art's image as Excellent, but may show some small signs of surrounding wear to paper or frame. There are no tears to paper margin or disruption to the paint surface. © The Artist or Assignee
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